Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Animal Class and Workshop at LAAFA

#7100 - Marshall Vandruff 3-Day Animal Anatomy Workshop
Fri-Sun, Aug. 13-15, 2010, 10am-5pm

This crash-course will teach you the classic approach to draftsmanship and animal anatomy. If you've ever wondered how drawing masters can depict a horse leaping or a bear dancing without copying photographs, these three days of intense instruction will take you through the process step-by-step. You will learn how to confidently draw animals from imagination as well as to interpret what you see when drawing from real animals. Those mysterious bumps on a lion's limbs will make sense when you know the underlying structure. Marshall will compare various types of four-legged animals with humans, always with an emphasis on how to master “form in space” so they look realistic, alive, and authoritative.

#4009 - Animal Drawing on Location
5-Week Course and 10-Week Course
Instructor: Jonathan Kuo
Starts July 17th
Saturday, 10am-1pm

Emphasizes on animal drawing by using perceptual and technical skills. Emphasis are based on four ideas: 1) Gesture - action and attitude of the pose 2) Form - synthetic volumes and geometric shapes 3) Anatomy - what is it made out of, and 4) Techniques - exploration with various mediums and different ways of handling the materials

If you are interested in taking this class or workshop, call 818.708.9232

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