Charcoal drawing can express a wide range of emotions and expressions. Here is an explanation of charcoal, its composition and properties, emotional dimension, how to use it, tips and techniques of charcoal drawing.
Here is an explanation of registration aids; Types of erasers, sharpeners, charcoal diffuser, fixative, composition frame, division square, drawing board, and tips for working and keeping the drawings.
Explanation of drawing paper; Properties and characteristics of different types of paper and for which means of drawing or colors each paper is suitable. For example, Bristol, wood-free paper and more.
Soft pastel with a smooth texture and easily spread. Here is an explanation of soft pastel colors; Composition and features, how to use, emotional dimension, tips and painting techniques in soft pastel.
Here are rules in the proportions of the human body, which help to understand the anatomy of the body according to age and gender, as a basis for drawing, painting and even sculpting the human body in different poses.
Here is an explanation of the proportions of the human head, a head scheme suitable for 95% of the population. Knowledge of anatomy and proportions is the basis for drawing, painting and sculpting the human head.
Here is a practice in the proportions of the human head, accompanied by an instructional video, a video that demonstrates adjusting the scheme of universal internal proportions for different people and a downloadable head schema.
An explanation of the effect of our angle of view on the changes in human head proportions, which contributes to a more accurate drawing and drawing of tilted head proportions, along with practice on the subject.
Here are exercises in light and shadow in drawing, accompanied by an instructional video. In addition, an explanation of the problem of our perception of shades due to the influence of various factors.
Exercise to create a composition to learn the meaning of the term "composition". Here is a list of the materials needed for the exercise and detailed step-by-step instructions with pictures for illustration.
Here is a still life drawing exercise on the subject of composition, the next to examine how the changes in the relationship between the format, the object and the background affect the expression of the composition.