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  1. My hope is to work one-on-one and focus on your...

    My hope is to work one-on-one and focus on your individual challenges and problems in drawing and using color. The painting techniques I use are easy to adapt to watercolor, acrylic, gouache,...
  2. William Whitaker teaching in Bruges, Belgium this June

    I'm teaching a small intense class of figure painting and drawing June 1-30, 2012 at the Flemish Classical Atelier in Bruges, Belgium. http://www.flemishclassicalatelier.com

    Instruction will be...
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    SketchBook: I put this presentation together for a friend.

    I put this presentation together for a friend.
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    SketchBook: Marian, twenty-five. Very nice. Marian dear,...

    Marian, twenty-five. Very nice. Marian dear, have I ever told you that you are one of my favorite people?
    Loathsome, you are wrong. Before you were born, the world was in black-and-white and I...
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    SketchBook: Cranberry, you have a wonderful Flemish name! I...

    Cranberry, you have a wonderful Flemish name! I understand almost everybody in Belgium is named Cranberry.

    Is your language French or Dutch/Flemish?

    Write me privately at...
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    SketchBook: prsnsweeney, no LA workshop. I don't sleep well...

    prsnsweeney, no LA workshop. I don't sleep well away from home and I have to watch my health. I'm a rather fragile twenty-nine-year-old. :) The Bruges thing next June will probably kill me....
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    SketchBook: Opps! I forgot to add the link to the workshop...

    Opps! I forgot to add the link to the workshop site. Here it is: http://www.flemishclassicalatelier.com/william-whitaker-course

    Mat, drawing is just about everything. I was told this years...
  8. Here is a direct link to the workshop site: ...

    Here is a direct link to the workshop site: http://www.flemishclassicalatelier.com/william-whitaker-course
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    SketchBook: berniebakari, thank you for your gracious...

    berniebakari, thank you for your gracious comment. I was helped by many good artists and I hope I can now share some of the stuff I know.

    prsnsweeney, by not losing that painting on the car roof...
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    SketchBook: I'm scheduled to teach a workshop in Bruges,...

    I'm scheduled to teach a workshop in Bruges, Belgium during the month of June, 2012. If anyone is even remotely interested, ask me questions here or find my new post here:...
  11. William Whitaker Classical Painting Workshop

    I'm scheduled to teach a workshop in Bruges, Belgium during the month of June, 2012. If anyone is even remotely interested, ask me questions here.

    Students can either work on life drawing, or...
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    SketchBook: Sidharth Chaturvedi, you are right about the...

    Sidharth Chaturvedi, you are right about the simplification in the end. At the very end I put away all reference and continue to make adjustments based entirely on how I feel it should look (as...
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    SketchBook: Thank you sony. Congratulations Mawh. I'm sure...

    Thank you sony.
    Congratulations Mawh. I'm sure you're learning how wonderfully accurate your eyes are. We do fear stretching ourselves. Patience and tolerance for your own weaknesses are...
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    SketchBook: Egoartist, I look forward to my June 2012...

    Egoartist,
    I look forward to my June 2012 teaching in gorgeous wonderful Brugge (Bruges), the home of my number one painting hero, Jan Van Eyck. I'll teach every technique featured on my sketchbook...
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    SketchBook: Here again Iím showing the last session compared...

    Here again Iím showing the last session compared to the second-to-last. I hope you can see the refinement in the face.

    I have more fun than I have any right to have. Iím thankful I have very...
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    SketchBook: The next two photos compare the last session to...

    The next two photos compare the last session to the second-to-last session. I think I started by repainting the rifle barrel. Then I went about diddling and dabbing everything else while I listened...
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    SketchBook: Final session. Now I take delight in carefully...

    Final session. Now I take delight in carefully going over everything with my eyes, fixing and adjusting colors, shapes and values that need it. I deem this pleasant work. It is easier to do this...
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    SketchBook: Now Iíve filled in all the blanks Ė all the...

    Now Iíve filled in all the blanks Ė all the ďpaint-by-numbersĒ. I added the rear sight (not the original military one). I glazed the hands and face then worked back into the glaze. I have to keep...
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    SketchBook: I thought Iíd throw in a close-up for future...

    I thought Iíd throw in a close-up for future reference. The young lady is actually wearing a real 1860ís period corset under her rough shirt. It changes her shape just a little, but itís hardly...
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    SketchBook: Some of the sessions are short or I just dab and...

    Some of the sessions are short or I just dab and dawdle. Iím getting on with the boots and I worked hard on the holstered Colt, holding in my lap as I painted. However the Spencer is still missing...
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    SketchBook: Today was Spencer Carbine day. When I paint...

    Today was Spencer Carbine day. When I paint people, I can take all kinds of liberties in likeness and proportions. If my drawing strays from my original intentions, yet as a result becomes stronger...
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    SketchBook: I tend to work from the top down, or from the...

    I tend to work from the top down, or from the most important parts to the least important parts. I refined everything, starting with easy parts to warm up, and once I got into it and lost my...
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    SketchBook: I work on four or five paintings at once, so...

    I work on four or five paintings at once, so several days pass between sessions. It allows the paint to dry and my eye to rest.

    The second session I mostly concentrated on the pants, the hands...
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    SketchBook: Itís been a long time since I posted. Iíve been...

    Itís been a long time since I posted. Iíve been painting rather than writing. I took photos as I went along, all under natural light in my studio. I have not done a very good job color correcting...
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    ticklemycatastrophe, If some of the joints are...

    ticklemycatastrophe,
    If some of the joints are too loose and you can't get it to hold a pose easily, buy some modeling clay and pack around the joint once it's in position. One of my three has...
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