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Expert artist Liberace puts this video together to show the aspiring pencil artist just how important it is to take in all the features you see on the human body. Here he is drawing a male life model pulling on a rope and his aim using a combination of cross hatch shading and blending with a brush shows how the muscles and motion in the figure can be accentuated. He explains how you will never fully achieve perfection but it is important to note everything which is going on in what you are studying. Great artwork which does truly show motion and action within the human form.
Have you ever wanted to know how artists draw their models with accuracy and maintaining all the correct proportions? Well in this drawing tutorial you will find out how to draw the front of a live nude using the Reilly technique. The artist is very confident and concise with the way he applies the pencil and as a result you have a beautiful drawing a a female nude.
Carles Gomila seeks to paint works that are tender and yet disturbing, evocative full bodied and elegant. He loves painting the human figure based on the real human anatomy plus his own imagination and feels free to represent the human figure and redeem the values of classical art from a contemporary perspective.
This video has been cleverly produced to demonstrate the artist at work whilst at times using metamorphoses to take the viewer through to the finished piece, as well as creating a sinister feel throughout. Powder paint and charcoal mediums can be seen within the video, using paint brushes and palette knives to compliment.
This is a fantastic example of the art promoted by Fine Grime Publishing, Bath, UK, who’s growing reputation is an accolade to their style. Further works can be found through their website www.finegrime.co.uk
This is short video where you will learn the very basic techniques needed to gather your proportions whilst you draw a life model. The medium charcoal has been selected because it is versatile and manipulative. You can be very bold with it but at the same time you must be quick. There is an underlying tone of humour in this video so it makes the experience less intense. So grab your charcoals and just have fun!
Here artist Marci Grogan demonstrates how to draw a lady posing. It has been sped up due to the fact it carries a lot of detail. It is a good example of a like for like drawing and should be viewed carefully. It is probably a good idea to see which areas carry the most detail and to consider which areas Marci tackles sequentially.
A charming and commendable drawing of a female nude in charcoal by Cindy Gray. The first hand camera approach of filming coupled with her drawing from her lap approach makes for a nice raw video for the viewer to appreciate. It shows that art is readily available wherever you are an in the right frame of mind cracking results can be achieved.
In this how to draw art tutorial, pencil artist Matthew Archambault draws the basic anatomical make up of the male form to encourage aspiring artists to understand the muscular building blocks of the human form.
When studying the muscles on the body they all have their own unique purpose and position within their areas so with this in mind they will all have a different shape and size. So Archambault teaches through a few drawing techniques how you can notice the muscles properly and transfer them to your pencil drawing. Using contour lines he creates good depth and form within the pencil sketch and it isn’t too long before the major areas of the male model’s torso becomes apparent.
Like nearly all pencil drawings there will be dark lines and faint lines used so this tutorial also makes it clear when these two different types of line should be applied to produce different effects within your drawing. This is an ideal video for beginners and intermediate artists as it offers some very valuable drawing methods to help you establish a more consistent life drawing.
This artist has woken up in the morning to have a one hour session on his easel to draw in charcoal a female nude. The video has been sped up obviously, but it is nice to see his interpretation with the use of block shading and heavily applied lines to emphasise the models external and internal curves. It really just shows that there is always time for a spot of art!
Only a few words needed to sum up this video montage. Beautiful, professional and quite simply inspiring. A must watch especially with its calming classical backing track.