TAILIEUCHUNG - Study of the Head of an Infant

Tài liệu tham khảo chuyên nghành hội hoạ, mỹ thuật, giúp các bạn có những kiến thức từ có bản đến chuyên sâu - Study of the Head of an Infant | Study of the IfeSldl Q Medieval Crosshatching Techniques Brenda Hoddinott Z-05 ADVANCED DRAWING ON THE MASTERS This article is modified from a small section of an academic documentation for a drawing I recently entered in an Arts and Science Competition for The Society for Creative Anachronism Inc. This drawing represents my first attempt at using contemporary counterparts of medieval drawing tools and while I am very critical of numerous technical problems I am very happy with all that I have learned. Other excerpts from this research paper are included in Z-02 Advanced Examining Styles and Techniques. This article is divided into the following three sections INTRODUCTION Even though the masters drawings are far superior to mine and their subjects are specific to medieval times the fundamental techniques of crosshatching and chiaroscuro are the same. PLANNING AN ORIGINAL MEDIEVAL DRAWING I introduce my drawing subject discuss anticipated challenges and provide a description of media and tools. GOALS POTENTIAL OBSTACLES AND MEDIA My primary project goal is to get a feel for working with pen and ink while incorporating the hatching and crosshatching styles of Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer. ILLUSTRATED DISCUSSION OF PROCESS Readers are invited to either follow along with a visual presentation of my drawing process or render their own version of my subject by incorporating their own drawing styles. Suggested drawing supplies include 100 cotton paper nibs and holders black and burnt sienna inks white gouache paintbrush and containers to hold water and ink. This lesson is recommended for artists with strong drawing skills as well as home schooling academic and recreational fine art educators of advanced students. 12 PAGES - 24 ILLUSTRATIONS Published by Hoddinott Fine Art Publishers Halifax NS Canada - 2006 2 Introduction The Society for Creative Anachronism commonly called the SCA an international organization with over 30 000 members residing in countries .

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