Medium: Black and White Chalk on Brown Paper
Lets face it, drawing a portrait is not easy! Have you ever wondered how to capture the likeness with style in your art? If so, this is the workshop to help you with your goals!
In this workshop you will learn how to distinguish the key physical characteristics that create a likeness. We will dive into the fundamentals by building on the Miano Method approach of abstract-realism. You will learn the importance of mass drawing and light effect through an in-depth study of the model and morphology.
This workshop is packed with helpful tips, demos, tutorials and critiques. Above all though, it is LIVE, which means you will interact directly with Charles Miano and receive his guidance and attention.
Join this class and you will be able to associate with many like-minded artists from the comfort of your own home studio.
Supplies – Brown Paper (butcher paper, or paper bag), charcoal (grey scale to black), white chalk (could be school board chalk), black to white pastel set (suggested but not required).
Once you register, the supply list, optional source material as well as the Zoom link will be forthcoming.