Date(s) - Sun. Dec. 03, 2017
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
In this single-session class we’ll cover the essentials of portraying the face and head in front and profile view, starting with basic proportions, facial planes, and masses. Working from imagination and reference, you’ll learn tips on rendering the features as well as using light and shade to add dimensionality. We’ll also experiment with ways to create evocative imagery that go beyond mere copying. Although creating finished art is not the goal, considerations of composition, focus, line quality, etc. will be addressed that can transform your sketches into fully realized images. All ability levels welcome. Bring black and white media (pencil, pen, Conté crayon, charcoal pencil, etc.) and a sketchpad (9” x 12” or larger), as well as photo reference if desired. To signup, click here.
About the Facilitator:
Darrell Myers is a freelance illustrator and software and web visual UI designer with over 20 years of experience. He has a BFA in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design, and is an experienced Photoshop tutor, teaching from beginner to advanced courses in non-destructive editing techniques.
Note: This course requires a minimum of 3 people to run, and tickets must be purchased in advance here. If this course does not meet the minimum requirement, it will be canceled. Tickets can be refunded, or the cost can be used for another Armory course.