Meet my pal Justin. He wants us to draw his face.
Sketchbook Activity, Part 1 – Proportions
Look carefully to see where features are on the face, and what they are aligned with. Start with a loose, light sketch and all the guiding lines you need, and rough in where the features go. Once you’ve got everything positioned, and your proportions look accurate, then start to build up the details. Continue reading →
A brief snapshot of hands in art from the Renaissance to today: Continue reading →
Here are two great activities to work on your observation skills, line work, and have some fun (yes they’re supposed to end up weird looking – that’s the beauty!). Continue reading →
These tutorials cover several different approaches to constructing the human figure. There are loads more online – find what works for you! Continue reading →
Here are a set of video tutorials on perspective (1-point, 2-point and 3-point). Please feel free to find your own tutorials that you prefer! If you find anything excellent, let me know and I can add it here. Continue reading →