Drawing Face, Hands & Feet

Lesson 2 Reference Pictures

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From Drawing to Painting the figure

Lesson 2

In our second lesson we will look more closely at the face, we will create a portrait in charcoal together. We will move onto hands and feet.   I will explain, what you can see, and how you can understand how everything works. We will construct, getting the mystery out of hands and feet. With everything we’ve learned, we are able to manipulate, to later use within our work.

  • Sketch the face, hands and feet

  • Show joints and make them work in our drawings

  • Understand what you are seeing and drawing

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LESSON 2 MATERIALS

Any drawing/charcoal paper, white and colored (I’m using

Strathmore 500 Series and Strathmore 400 Series, Pastel paper)

 

  • HB pencil

  • Vine Charcoal

  • A piece of fat charcoal

  • A Kneadable and a regular white eraser

  • 1 white sock

  • 2 tennis balls

  • An art chamois or soft cotton rag

  • sharpener and medium sand paper

  • White soft pastel stick

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You'll be able to watch the individual workshop lessons right here on my site with lifetime access,

but in addition you can download the lessons onto your computer/drive, then you can watch it without WIFI!

Lesson 2 Part 1

Lesson 2 Part 2

Lesson 2 Part 3

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