Monthly Archives: October 2013

Exercise Three drawings

Aim of the exercise: Using different drawing tools to do three drawings, one of the model standing, one sitting and one laying down. Spend between half and an hour on each pose. Make general observations in sketchbook of centre of … Continue reading

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Protected: Research point – Looking at anatomy

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Tutor report – Assignment 3

Tutor report – Assignment 3  14/10/13 Overall Comments Well done Chris, you have clearly worked very hard on this assignment and your sketchbooks show how well you have responded to each exercise. Your work is neat and well presented. Your … Continue reading

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Check and log – Project Gesture

How well have you managed to capture the poses? What could be improved? I think that I captured the poses reasonably well. Though these were quick poses and I was trying to capture the stance/energy/movement quickly over the two exercises … Continue reading

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Exercise Energy

Aim of the exercise: To ask our model to adopt a dynamic pose and to hold it for about 5 minutes. We were then to quickly sketch the figure trying to convey the sense of energy each pose creates. We … Continue reading

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First experiments with gesture drawing

The next exercise involves gesture drawing where we need to be able to show the sense of energy and movement in a pose. Gesture drawing seems to be quite differently interpreted by different artists, all still showing gesture but by … Continue reading

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Exercise Stance

Aim of the exercise: We were to move around the model before we began to draw to get a sense of where the figure was in its allotted space and to indentify its centre of gravity and gesture. We were … Continue reading

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