Monthly Archives: November 2012

Protected: Research point: skeletal structure of a horse and anatomical drawings of George Stubbs

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Exercise Fish on a plate

Aim of the exercise: To draw a fish on a decorative plate (which we could decide whether to show the decoration or not), set in a fairly neutral context using watercolour paper, watersoluble pencils or a mix of coloured pencils … Continue reading

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Exercise Grabbing the chance

Aims of the exercise:┬áTo do a series of small sketches of the animal in different poses and experiment with different media. Try to capture the essence of the animal’s poses and texture. When comfortable with the animal, make a drawing … Continue reading

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Protected: Research point: How Renaissance masters such as Leonardo and Durer depicted animals

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