Perspective for Comics: Drawing Crowds, Buildings and Streets's Full Profile
Backgrounds aren't scary! This class is ideal for anyone looking to develop their background drawing skills and specifically for those interested in understanding how to draw with perspective. This Class Is Project Based You'll learn how to draw with perspective by drawing a busy street scene of your own creation with buildings and crowds to share for feedback with your fellow classmates. Here's What To Expect First, you'll choose the visual setting of your project by deciding where exactly your street scene is taking place. Next, you'll lay out the street and building locations using techniques shown in step-by-step lessons. We'll then go through the steps of learning how to block in buildings and basic structures with simple, fast tricks. We'll also learn quick and easy techniques about drawing characters and whole crowds of people in perspective! As a final touch, we'll add foliage, objects and vehicles, plus other small details to make a finished scene. Class Supplies You'll Need Paper suitable for sketching, 11"x17" or larger (double-wide computer paper is fine!) and a few extra sketch sheets Mechanical pencil Ruler or straight-edge of at least 18" Tape Optional: Pens for inking Optional: Digital camera Optional: Magazine with scenes, rooms or buildings in it
Days of the Week:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
- Size: One-on-One
- Instructor: M. Alice LeGrow
- Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month
- Institution: Skillshare
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