Drawing the Feet: from Blocks to Realistic Rendering

The Drawing Session dedicated to the blocks figures or the stereometric rendering of the volumes of the body, have been attended by a good number of students, all very interested in this time honored and very efficient method of understanding and drawing the human body.
This 5th session is dedicated to the feet, a part of the body notoriously tricky to draw. This Drawing session will help you to understand their structure and proportions, by drawing them at first as basic volumes and gradually render them realistically. You will finally be able to say goodbye to crooked, bumpy or funny feet!

Drawing paper of decent quality, such as Strathmore Drawing, in any finish (medium, vellum or plate), you don’t need to use expensive paper but it is best if you don’t use newsprint paper.

Graphite pencils in B-2B gradations, a few of colored pencils in brown, red earth and dark blue.

Erasers and pencil sharpener. That’s it!

Availability of Courses' Recordings

As part of the services offered by the New Renaissance Atelier, you will have access to the recordings of the video sessions of all the courses you purchased for one year.
You will find the links to the videos in your Personal Video Library that has been set up specifically for you. Please keep this Video library link on your desktop or in your browser for easy access.

In case You missed a course You are interested in, You can purchase the recording of the video sessions, by clicking on the menu above

roberto osti
roberto osti
Roberto Osti teaches figure drawing and human anatomy for artists at the New York Academy of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Formally trained as a medical illustrator before becoming a fine artist, Osti has contributed his work to many science and art publications. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries in Europe and the United States. He is the author of Basic Human Anatomy (2016), an art instruction best seller and classic reference book. His latest book , Dynamic Human Anatomy has been released in March 2021.
Drawing the Feet: from Blocks to Realistic Rendering
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