Here’s a wonderful Old Master copy created by one of the students here at the studio. It’s a copy of a drawing by 18th century French artist Jean-Baptiste Greuze. Creating copies of works by great artists is an excellent way to learn.
Month: November 2019
The above drawing done here at the studio is a wonderful example of a well drawn face created by a talented aspiring artist. I always tell my students that in learning portraiture, the primary goal of the novice should be to make their picture look plausibly human, which of course hinges on getting proportions correct.
The above is a work completed by a student here at the studio. Done from observation, it is an excellent example of linear precision and careful consideration of proportions, alignment, and tonal mapping. This sculpture is one of the most challenging works to draw here at the studio since there are so many complicated facets …