This video shows a brief look at my thought process as a I draw a short, 30 minute figure study. The reference is from a New Masters Academy timed figure drawing session.
If you want to read a more in-depth text version, I wrote a full breakdown for this drawing and a head drawing in this month’s Private School Newsletter. Subscribers also got access to a high res handouts to download and study.
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Last week I had the privilege of giving a seminar on the fundamentals of Shape and Value, which are two core principles in my drawing philosophy. The seminar was held in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The purpose of the seminar was to introduce the principles and concepts of Illustrative Realism which is what I call the art style that I was trained in and used as a professional concept designer and movie poster in Los Angeles, USA. The knowledge and information I learned while studying and working in L.A. has brought so much value to my life and I want to share that knowledge to the next generation of artists and students.
The attendees of the workshop got a free handout that served as a visual reference for the information presented in the seminar. See below for sample images.
If you’re interested in reading more about the workshop, the full article is available on my new website www.drawwithchris.com. If you’re interested in the information presented in the workshop, the handout is available for download in both English and Thai language versions.
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This article is about color and how to use a limited palette to paint a portrait. The palette I used was primarily 2 colors: Phthalo Blue (cool) and Quinacridone Magenta (warm). Hansa Yellow is also used sparingly as an accent for the lights and highlights.
Painting Demonstration Part 1 (of 2)
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