Lesson 17: STAND YOUR "GROUND" - Learn all about the grounds! The important concept in the drawing of background, middle ground and foreground is explored, as well as horizon line - all key to determining space! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Gray Kneaded Eraser, Few Sheets of White Paper.
Lesson 18: KEEP THINGS IN PROPORTION - Proper proportion makes for more realistic drawings. Master artist Pat teaches how to use a simple measuring tool to get the best results for keeping objects in your drawing in proportion. Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 3 sheets of White Paper, 3 Objects you'd find on a table, like an Apple, a Coffee Mug, and a Banana.
Lesson 19: SCALE - How does the artist let the viewer know what size things are? Is it a large mountain or a little hill? Focus on determining scale in your artwork, and look at some amazing American Masterpieces! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 2 sheets of Paper, A really small item like a Dice or a Game Piece.
Lesson 20: POINT OF VIEW - Pat introduces the concept of point of view: bird's-eye view (from up high) and worm's-eye view (from down low). The optional vantage points for drawing allow for greater creativity. Knowing the point of view is key to realistic drawing! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 2 sheets of White Paper, Some Shoes - any kind, Some Books.