Thursday, February 7, 2013


Ryan Williams
Last night began with a demonstration on One-Point and Two-Point Linear Perspective. Armed with some knowledge of perspective as well as "sighting" (measuring proportions), students made drawings of a chair. Chairs are a great subject because of 1. the combination of positive and negative areas 2. they are proportioned to the size of adult people and 3. there are areas of the chair that seem to contradict the laws of perspective forcing you to observe more closely.  Ryan's drawing above is well proportioned, exhibits a good sense of light as well as texture and has addressed the background.

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