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FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING II
with Rebecca Kimmel
Faithful and elegant depiction of the human form has been a goal of artists for centuries. Even today the beautiful, ancient, figurative studies of the old masters are still admired by artists and regarded as artistic benchmarks.
In this new course Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form.
Rebecca will help artists improve their understanding of the human form with a series of lectures and demonstrations. The skills learnt will be put to good use during the exciting 2 minute, 5 minute and 15 minute sketch challenges and formal assignments, which occur weekly. This course is a must for any 2D artists wanting to gain the necessary skills to illustrate accurate human figures. However the technical study of the human body will also provide an excellent grounding for 3d modelers and texturers who enjoy drawing/painting and who intend to model accurate depictions of the human form.
" Rebecca. Thank you ---Thank you--- Thank you! You are a talented teacher and have a lot to offer."
- Paul Campagnoli,Student, Figuratively Speaking I
" Rebecca, your shining enthusiasm contributed more than anything to my motivation in this course . This workshop's convivial and supportive atmosphere made learning and applying the various concepts a real blast, and for that I thank you all greatly! "
- Malek Ouahes, Student, Figuratively Speaking I
Begins: 14 August 2006
Ends: 15 October 2006
Active weeks: 9
Fees: USD $399.00
Maximum Students: 25
Instructor Location and time zone: United States, Washington DC GMT -4
Registration - Now Open:
24 July 2006 - 11 August 2006
Please feel free to contact me by pm if you have any questions!
Please note that this is an ONLINE Workshop in a private Forum environment.
Last edited by Rebeccak; July 25th, 2006 at 04:10 PM.