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  • Date: 7-01-2015, 19:22
7-01-2015, 19:22

Drawing a Duotone Portrait with Craig Nelson - Creative Catalyst Productions

Category: Tutorials / Art, Drawing, Painting


Drawing a Duotone Portrait with Craig Nelson - Creative Catalyst Productions
Craig Nelson - Drawing a Duotone Portrait
DVDRip | English | AVI/XviD 29.970 fps 1649 Kbps | 656x496 | MP3 128 Kbps 48.0 khz | 55mn 21s | 699 MB
Genre: Video Training, Drawing, Painting

CRAIG NELSON emphasizes logical order while drawing. He compares his drawing process to focusing a photograph. He builds layers of soft lines and swatches of tone then rapidly sharpens his subject with crisp edges and bold darks.
You see Craig Nelson translate angles from his source photo to his paper, as he looks for reference points to guide him. He completes a gentle outline of his subject then dusts in a layer of tone. With tissue and fingertips, Craig diffuses blocks of color to avoid locking in detail too early in the drawing. With his value in place, Craig finishes the drawing with dark charcoal lines and deliberate strokes. He carves out the well worn character of his subject’s face and lifts out highlights with a kneaded eraser. Throughout the workshop, Craig Nelson emphasizes restraint, “under doing” each step until he finds the right moment to bring his subject into focus. As he adds last details to the nose and chin, you’ll see this logical, intuitive process come to fruition.

- How to translate angles from a source photo to your paper, looking for reference points to guide you.
- How to create a gentle outline of your subject and then dust in layers of tone, diffusing blocks of color using tissue paper to avoid locking down detail too early in your drawing.
- With values in place, you’ll learn how to finish the drawing with dark charcoal lines and deliberate strokes.
- How to lift out highlights in your drawing using a kneaded eraser.
- And more!

Craig Nelson carves out the character of his subject’s face right before your eyes. Throughout the workshop he emphasizes restraint, “under doing” each step until you find the right moment to bring your subject into focus. As you add the last details of your drawing, you’ll see this logical, intuitive approach to drawing come to fruition!

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