Click here to draw Chin and Jawline: looking at Elysia’s jaw & chin
Jaw: most people don’t pay attention to the jaw or the jawline. Terry takes you through the basic structure of the jaw, using one of her skeletons as and example and takes a real-life drawing from her friend, Elysia. She works slowly to develop the drawing using willow charcoal, compressed charcoal, dry white pastel and an eraser. The basic tones of black, white and grey are transformed into a part of the face that is essential to our individual personalities.
Video length: 27 minutes
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MATERIALS: Sketch pad/paper, willow charcoal, compressed charcoal, white dry pastel, an eraser, concentration and a positive attitude because you can do it!
For any questions contact Terry@artscool.me
- Students: 1
- Duration: 27 Minutes
- Lessons: Chin and Jawline
- Language: English
- Location: Melbourne, AU
- Prerequisites: No
- Materials: Sketch pad/paper, willow charcoal, compressed charcoal, white dry pastel, an eraser, concentration and a positive attitude because you can do it!
Section 1 - Chin and Jawline
The Chin and Jawline: looking at Elysia’s jaw & chin
Terry TaylorTerry Taylor is a professional and internationally renowned fine artist who has taught children and adults for over 30 years; specialising in observational drawing and painting. Terry is engaging and entertaining as you put charcoal to paper and learn the art of drawing faces. Whether your aim is to perfect the eye, mouth or a complete portrait either front-on or as a profile, all angles are covered.