You’ll Love This Portrait Drawing DVD If:
- You love drawing portraits & want to learn more about drawing heads
- You want to create more realistic portraits
- You want to learn through the detailed instruction of Dan Thompson
Dan Thompson shares his top tips for drawing portraits that are expressive and convincing. Learn how to create realistic expressions, lifelike faces and heads that are true to life with these great portrait drawing techniques. With a detailed discussion of the anatomy of the skull as well as tricks for identifying critical landmarks in the skull, you'll learn how to draw a head that accurately distributes weight.
Learn how underlying structures can help you identify proportion, weight distribution and orientation. With the 5-step sequence to tonal development, Dan Thompson will help simplify your approach to drawing a portrait. These essential portrait drawing lessons will show you how to draw realistic portraits in just a few hours or instruction.
In the Figure Drawing I: Anatomy of the Head with Dan Thompson DVD You’ll Learn:
- How to capture the exact positioning of your model using Dan’s "Great Pyramid of the Head"
- Tips & techniques for how to draw a human skull, and other anatomical elements
- How to create dimension and form by working in trapezoidal planes
About the Author: Dan Thompson
Dan Thompson is the co-founder of the Janus Collaborative School of Art as well as the Grand Central Academy of Art. He is a faculty member of the Art Students League of New York, the New York Academy of Art and Studio Incamminati. He is also a faculty member of the Parsons the New School for Design. He teaches and leads popular demonstrations around the country and internationally as well.
What Drawing Magazine's Managing Editor, Brian Riley, has to say:
Dan Thompson’s pedigree as an instructor is beyond reproach (he’s the co-founder of the Janus Collaborative School of Art and the Grand Central Academy of Art), so it should be no surprise that a DVD featuring him as the instructor is so chock-full of useful material. Artists interested in portraiture and anatomy will be hard-pressed to find a more valuable tool for developing the groundwork needed to achieve lifelike portraits.