andrew loomis - drawing the figure

Download Andrew Loomis - Drawing the Figure

Post on 20-Dec-2015

256 views

Category:

Documents

17 download

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

book about art

TRANSCRIPT

  • Approach To Figure DrawingObserve Your SurroundingsThe Nude as a basisWhat is Line ?Beginners WorkIdeal Proportion MaleIdeal Proportion FemaleVarious Standards of ProportionProportions at Various AgesThe Flat DiagramQuick Setup ProportionsProportions By Arcs and Head UnitsProportion in Relation to the HorizoneThe John and Mary ProblemsFinding Proportion at any SpotHanging Figures on the HorizonBegin to draw the mannikin frameMovement in the Mannekin FrameDetails of the mannikin frameExperiment with the mannikin frameOutlines in relation to solid form

    The Mannikin FigureCombining Arcs Of Movement With The BoxAdding Bulk To The FrameAdding Perspective To The Solid MannikinArcs Of Movement in PerspectivePlacing the Mannikin at Any Spot or LevelDrawing The Mannikin From any viewpoointCombining Arcs of Movement With The BoxLandmarks You Should KnowLandmarks You should know cont.Sketching Action From ImaginationThe Female MannikinMale and Female Skeletons

    The Bones and MusclesRequirements Of Succesful Figure DrawingImportant BonesMuscles On The Front Of The FigureMuscles On The Back Of The FigureMuscles Of The Arm, Front ViewMuscles Of The Arm, Varied ViewsMuscles Of The Leg, Front ViewMuscles Of The Leg, Back and side viewPlay With What You Have LearnedTry Building Figures without Model Or Copy

    Block Forms, Planes, Foreshortening, and LightingForeshortening and LightingBlock Forms Help Sense of BulkUsing Wooden MannikinForeshorteningPlanesLightingSimple Lighting On The FigureTrue Modeling of Rounded Form

    Drawing The Live Figure Methods of ProcedureGrouping Shadow MassesMain Values StatedFast Statement Of ValuesProcedureThe Visual Survey ProcedureDrawing From The Model

    The Standing FigureVariety In The Standing PoseThe Weight On One FootDistributed WeightThere Are Many Ways Of StandingShadow Defines FormThe Nearly Front LightingBuilding From The SkeletonAccenting The FormAnatomy TestA Typical Problem

    The Figure In Action: Turning and TwistingTurning and TwistingA Typical Problem

    Forward Movement: The Tipped Line Of BalanceThe Mechanics Of MovemenetSnapshots Of Walking PosesSnapshots Of Running PosesThe Tipped Line Of BalanceSpringlike MovementAction Too Fast For The EyeTwisted Forward MovementMovement Head To ToeFast MovementPush Of The Back LegA Typical Problem

    Balance, Rythm, RenderingBalanceTwo Methods of ApproachDefining Form With Just Tone and AccentStressing ConstructionTwo Minute StudiesRythmCrossing Lines Of RythmSweepRelating One Contour To AnotherDefining By Edges and Shadow Without OutlineA Typical Problem

    The Kneeling, Crouching, Sitting FigureCrouchingThe Incomplet Statement May Be InterestingPoint TechniquePlanning A Pen DrawingKneeling and SittingKneeling and Twisting or BendingGetting Full Value Range With Ink And PencilInk and Pencil In CombinationPen DrawingA Looser TreatmentFine Point Brush DrawingA Typical Problem

    The Reclining FigureSketches Of Reclining PosesA Typical Problem

    The Head Hands and FeetHead BuildingBlocks and PlanesBones and Muscles Of The HeadMuscles in Light and ShadowFeaturesSetting The Features Into The HeadStudiesProportions of The Baby HeadHands The FootA Typical Problem

    The Complet Figure In CostumeDraw Figure Then CostumeClothing Studied From LifeRendering DraperyDraw The Halftones and ShadowsElimination and SubordinationStudy From LifeA Typical Problem

    Closing Chat