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Drawing the Human Eye | Online Studio Session

Learn how to create a realistic drawing of the human eye

In this course you will learn how to create a realistic drawing of the human eye, from the first guiding marks through to a high degree of detailed finish.

This class will enable you to understand and rely on your observations rather than your preconceived ideas of the human face and features.

Significant focus will be placed on how to use  tonal value to;

  • communicate volume,
  • create visual impact, and
  • establish and refine the form throughout the process.

The techniques and insights covered in this class will assist you in your broader drawing practice, providing guidance that will apply to any subject.

Overview of this Art Class

 The key elements that will be covered include:

  • Anatomy and characteristics of the eye
  • Observation techniques
  • Drawing planning
  • The importance of value
  • Shading techniques
  • Detailing
  • Edge characteristics

Stage 1 - Observation - Learn how to successfully observe and interpret form and value

Step 2 - Establishing an Initial Drawing - Use lines and simple shapes to define the form and tonal masses.

Step 3 - Apply Shading - Use value to communicate volume and refine the form

Step 4 - Developing and Detailing - Learn to work towards greater detail and refinement whilst unifying the drawing tonally

Studios Dates Times

StudioDayStart
Date
No of
Weeks
Start
Time
TutorPriceNotes
OnlineTBATBA11:00 PM $60

Course Information

How Does an Online Art Class Work?

An online art class at Sydney Art School is taught live by your tutor.

We use a web-conferencing system so you can see your tutor and other students in real-time.  This is to make the experience as close as possible to being in the class in one of our studio locations.

Your tutor will demonstrate step by step the key elements of the class which you will then practice.

At the end of each step you will be able to show your work back to the tutor and then get feedback on what you did well and what could be improved.

At the end of the lesson you will receive a written guide to remind you of the key points and how to apply what you have learned.

Material List

What You Will Need

Essential art Materials

  • Paper or Visual Diary
  • Pencils HB and 3B
  • Kneadable Eraser or Regular Eraser

 A regular eraser may be used but will make it more challenging in the detailing stage

Optional art Materials

  • Paper Stump
  • Coloured pencils

Essential to Participate in the Virtual Studio

  • A desktop, laptop, tablet or ios or android smartphone
  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Recommended internet bandwidth minimum 600kbps Up/Down 1.5 Mbps
  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth
  • A webcam or HD webcam - built-in or USB plug-in
  • Or, a HD cam or HD camcorder with video capture card