introduction


I'd like to take this moment to say thank you for trusting and choosing me to be your instructor . I am grateful for the opportunity to have this moment to share what I know with you . before we get started I'd like to share my teaching style. I am very detailed oriented and hands on. I'd like to save any questions you may have for the end of each segment. timing is important and id like to stay on track by covering everything and most importantly to give you the confidence with the material.

lets begin.

art course



greyscale


understanding the greyscale (light to dark) will help you understand and create depth. learn to create realistic results and impactful artwork that stands out.

we will create our very own (3 part 12 scale) prototype


first scale : black as the darkest and white as the lightest.

second scale : we will pick a primary color and add black.

third scale : we will pick the same primary color as our second scale but instead this time add white.


color chemistry


color chemistry ( color wheel ) lets start with primary colors. they are Red, Yellow, and Blue.

they are the sorce and cannot be created with any other colors ever . they can create every color with the exception of black and white which those two are considerd shading and highlight in the art world.

secondly we have secondary colors these colors are the result of mixing two primary colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel. the secondary colors are orange green and violet .

tertiary colors are results of combination of primary and secondary colors. they are red-orange , red-violet, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green and blue-violet.



tools


tools ( brushes ) understanding how the brush/tool you use will distribute the product wether it's in a liquid ,cream or powder form will determine your results.

lets use cutlery as an example ,lets say we were making a pb&j and used a butter knife to spread the jam we'd have more even coverage and consistency vs if we used a fork. although the fork would get the job done it would lack constancy and would deposit the same due to the opening between the fork.

in art there no rules but better theres technique thats more valuable. a real artist can make anything work but lets make it easier by undemanding your tools of choice.

perspetive & Proportions


Perspective:

Perspective uses angles and points to determine how an onject appears to the viewer. persepetive also uses a vanishing point to demonstrate depth in a drawing . rulers come in handy for this practice.


Proportions:

Drawing an object smaller, it can give the illusion that it is further away and by drawing something large you make it appear closer to the viewer.

This practice makes things look more realistic when you keep in mind how objects look in their surroundings.