20 Minute Figure Lay-ins with Lucas Graciano and Travis Wilson

$49.00$235.00

Registration Opens June 29th, 2022 at 8am PT

Audit: Watch instructor warm up, demo and receive photo reference every week.

Full Participation: Watch instructor warm up, demo, receive photo reference AND receive instructor critique every week.

All videos will be available until two weeks after week 5 of the term.

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Description

Critiques for Full Participation Students done by Travis Wilson will be uploaded for viewing approximately one week after each class. 

This class uses demo footage from the Spring 2020 term. 

Date : Jul 13 – Aug 10

Length: 5 Weeks

Videos Uploaded: Wednesday at 12pm PST.

Level :  All Levels Welcome

Lay-ins are the first 20 minutes of a drawing. A lay-in represents the initial plan over which the rendering will be placed. Without a good lay-in a great finish is impossible. Students will concentrate on drawing 20 minute figure lay-ins as we work on concepts such as the abstraction, edge mapping and dynamics. Great fundamental class. Beneficial to all levels.

 

Materials

• Conte 1710b or Wolf’s Carbon 6B charcoal pencil

• Smooth Newsprint

• Single Edge Razor Blade

• Sanding Pad

• Kneaded Eraser

Lucas Graciano

Lucas has been attending the Watts Atelier since 2001. He has worked in the video game industry working in Visual Development. Some of his game credits include: SOCOM 2 and 3, God of War, Alien Hominid, and Twisted
Metal: HO. Lucas now freelances as an illustrator, some of his clients include: Sony Computer Entertainment, SOE, Wizards of the Coast, Magic the Gathering, Reef, Upper Deck, Blizzard, White Wolf, and Quarto Publishing. His work can be seen in “Spectrum 15: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art”, “The Art of World of Warcraft TCG” as well as “Drawing and Painting the Undead”. Lucas was also a finalist in the 2008 Cover Competition for “American Artist Drawing” magazine. For more information on Lucas’ art, visit his website:
www.lucasgraciano.com

His work can be seen in “Spectrum 15: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art”, “The Art of World of Warcraft TCG” as well as “Drawing and Painting the Undead”. Lucas was also a finalist in the 2008 Cover Competition for “American Artist Drawing” magazine.
For more information on Lucas’ art, visit his website: www.lucasgraciano.com

Travis Wilson

Travis Wilson moved to California to attend Watts Atelier at the beginning of 2018. For the past five years he has worked towards his goal of teaching and working as a professional artist. On top of being a student and now a teacher, Travis also assists in running the behind the scenes of the Atelier. Finding much interest in design and sketching, Travis seeks to help others learn about how to bridge the gap between academics and creativity.

Additional information

Class Type

Full Participation, Audit