Hello Fun Fab Drawing Club Member!!
❤️️I'm SO glad you're here!❤️️
This week, we're continuing in the Sketchin' Expressions classroom, and will be drawing an ANGRY figure (inspired by Cameron Mark),
using my Quadrant Method!
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👉If the Quadrant Method is new to you, or if it's been a while, please feel free to try or revisit this SUPER EASY quadrant method drawing project before jumping into the angry figure.
Or simply click the button below to start the Quadrant Method Fox drawing.
Feeling confident and ready to dive into the angry figure lesson? Awesome! As always, used whatever you've got on hand, here's what I used:
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In today's lesson, I've left quite a few additional resources to help you out including my Quadrant Method cheatsheet and a reference image for today's project.
You'll also find a 7-pg excerpt from my How to Draw Art Deco Style book that thoroughly explains how the quadrant method can help with figure drawing. Click the button below, and let's get started!
👉Haven't had a chance to do the angry face lesson yet, so not ready for the angry figure? I've got you! Head over to that lesson here.
👉Because I wasn't in love with my final drawing from the above lesson, I revisited it during our very FIRST Brain Stretches & Sketches to explore how we can make our "fierce" faces look even angrier! Make sure you check that episode out here. You'll also get TONS of tips on how to choose excellent face-drawing reference images!
👉In case you missed Brain Stretches & Sketches on Friday, I showed my new Lesson Tracker to help you keep track of where you're at in the clubs a bit easier. It's kinda like a journal too because there's space to track your mood before and after your art session, along with the time of day.
Over time - you might begin to notice patterns like the time of day you prefer to art, and how just sitting down to create can affect your mood. I hope you love it!!
During this session, we also reviewed profile face drawing guidelines, angles, and how to work expressions into them - which can make things feel extra tricky!!
Click the button below to join me for the replay!
👉Not in the mood for any of the above lessons today? No problem! Take a look at the Visual Index for some other project inspiration!
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