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Online Course | Essential Anatomy

April 14, May 19, 6:00 PM, 9:00 PM, Wednesdays

250 US$


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This 6-weeks Human Anatomy overview course, is specifically directed toward the needs of the artist that wants to reach the next level when drawing the figure accurately: all the anatomical and structural aspects of the Human body studied in this course, will be directly linked to the practice of Figure Drawing.

The topics discussed will be: proportion, skeletal structure, landmarks of the body, superficial anatomy, external forms. All these topics will be integrated with drawing techniques and figure drawing sessions.

This course can be of interest to the artist that needs to have a complete but essential overview of the human anatomy or as good starting point upon which to eventually develop the study of the human anatomy with more specific courses, finally it can be of interest to the student that already has experience in anatomy but needs a refresher or just practice more Figure Anatomy.

Materials



Zoom: (I will set up a short Zoom session to discuss the materials needed and also practice connecting via Zoom).

Drawing paper: a pad of Strathmore Drawing, series 400, 12” by 18” or 11” by 14” or Strathmore Bristol vellum surface series 300, 11” by 14”; Strathmore charcoal paper toned, 12” by 18”. You can also use or experiment with any other brand and type of paper you like or have: Canson, Fabriano, etc. or buy paper by the sheet.

Compressed Charcoal in sticks and pencils. General's is a good and cheap brand. White chalk in pencils or sticks, General's again makes a very good and cheap chalk pencil. Vine charcoal in square sticks, preferably Nitram in soft and medium gradation (B and HB). Graphite pencils in HB-2B-4B gradations will suffice.

Blending stump, erasers (mars plastic, kneaded eraser, Chamois, General’s Factis mechanical eraser or Tombows Mono Zero mechanical eraser.

Red, black and white Conte crayon pastel or colored pencils. The red should be an earth red such as Venetian red or Indian red. And finally, sharpening tools and sand paper.