Cast drawing

The process of a cast drawing – which is the next step in classical art education after having made a couple of Bargue drawings – are quite the same as with a Bargue drawing so I won’t go into much detail here but rather let the pictures speak for themselves. A tutorial can be found …

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Eyeballing

Eyeballing is a very usefull and necessary technique to be able to spot differences between the reference and your artwork. As a child I loved to make these ‘spot the differences’ games that were printed in magazines. The more difficult the better. And so it is with your art training at home. I guess I …

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Bargue Drawing

BARGUE DRAWING TUTORIAL Learning to see in two dimensions The student in a classical atelier starts by copying two dimensional references. Since the 19th century the ateliers use the references by Charles Bargue. This exercise can easily be done at home – even in a very small room and with a regular room light. Needed …

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