Theresa
Theresa
West Bend, WI
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Theresa
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The download for this demo is missing…could this be added to the download list?
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Patrick Alexander Büchi
Drew some pandas in different shapes, so that I could finally tackle my brothers tattoo wish...I´m not sure if the final product has enough character, but it sure was fun. :)
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Theresa
Nice Work Patrick! He is adorable.
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Theresa
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Learning to Sketch from Observation: After demo: 1st pic is the searching line for the hand; 2nd is the bold line after the search. It is hard not to switch to measuring so proportions are not perfect but am I executing the process properly? I have to say it was much more fun to use the tapered line search rather than the contour line I have been relying on. Nice to have more lines in my arsenal.
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Theresa
Your critiques are lessons upon lessons upon lessons! These projects and your comments revealed my reliance on observation and contour married to perfectionism. This is helping to eliminate my internal angst when drawing. Thanks for your eye opening feedback Stan😳 Here is a thank you gift for you Stan- The Dot and the Line; 1965 movie version so you don’t have to read the book😂 https://youtu.be/h0yf7IkWceI I am a blue line…you are gently training me to be a versatile line by choice! A big shout out to Marshall too!
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@dootje
These are so fun and informative to watch, even though I'm too ill right now to do the assignment I still feel like a learn a lot of just watching you work. Can't wait to try it out myself as soon as possible!
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Theresa
Get well soon!
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Devon D. Yeider
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Theresa
Love the feeling you captured of VR-Girl drawing back to handle whatever is coming!
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Theresa
Two down-one to go. I enjoyed this tapered line. More practice needed but loving the line is a great start for me.
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Theresa
Fantastic bonus lesson Stan…just clarified my ‘searching thoughts’ about the various introductions of the different line exercises. I just stopped spinning and started dancing!
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Hazel
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Theresa
These pics are intriguing—are they flying insects?
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Theresa
Sending an invitation to study with the other ‘master draftsmen’ at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Visit in person or online with video essays. See what 19th century French artists achieved when playing with their new tools! “A variety of materials became available to artists—such as commercially fabricated chalks, pastels, and specialty papers—encouraging figures ranging from Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres to Paul Cezanne to reconsider the place of drawing within their artistic practices.” How appropriate for our class! Drawings of the French artists in the current exhibition. Runs until June 11, 2023. And for your library…”A richly illustrated catalogue—the first to document this collection—accompanies the exhibition, featuring new research on each of the included works and essays by leading scholars in the field.” https://www.clevelandart.org/exhibitions/nineteenth-century-french-drawings-cleveland-museum-art
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