Dynamic Gesture Drawing
Dynamic Gesture Drawing – Week 1 : Join master draftsman Glenn Vilppu to learn a drawing approach rooted in the Renaissance tradition but applicable today in the world of fine art, animation, and illustration. Using a variety of drawing media, you will learn to combine gesture, constructive forms, and anatomy to create dynamic drawings that seem to leap right off of the page. This class follows the format of Glenn’s iconic figure drawing book: Vilppu Drawing Manual.
In this highly-anticipated series, master draftsman Glenn Vilppu shares with you his approach to figure drawing. Each lesson will cover a new stage in Glenn’s process, including: Gesture, Spherical Forms, Box Forms, Cylindrical Forms, Basic Procedure, Modeling Tone, Direct Lighting, and Atmosphere. In this first lesson of the series, Glenn covers the basic foundation of figure drawing: capturing the gesture. Glenn begins with a comprehensive lecture, followed by analyses of gesture in Old Master works. Glenn will then illustrate these concepts in several demonstrations, using a variety of different tools. Next, you will get a chance to apply what you’ve learned in a timed figure drawing assignment. The lesson will conclude with Glenn’s approach to the assignment, allowing you to compare your work with his.
- CarbOthello Pencil – Burnt Sienna
- Maruzen Art Lead Holder with Charcoal Lead
- Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencil – Sanguine and Black
- Pentel Water Brush
- Winsor & Newton Watercolor (in Homemade Altoids Tin Palette)
- Namiki Falcon Fountain Pen
- Noodler Konrad Brush Pen
- Blending Stump
- Sandpaper Block
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