Mi., 21. Sept.|
"Body Art" from closer views of the Body, for Abstract and figurative Art with great model Anna (Untutored)
Time & Location
21. Sept. 2022, 19:00 – 21:30 GMT+1
About the Event
We will explore and draw/Paint many areas of the human body with male and female models. All poses are 10 mins long, for a reasonably dynamic practice and to learn all those areas in time. We always start with a Portrait bust and work from Live or from edited recordings depending on the models equipment so cannot do Free classes here apart from our regular full members who can work from the recording less than an hour after the session has ended.
Our models only allow us to record those sessions with a contract so please don't as it would be illegal.
The non-full members can still use those recordings by hiring them for up to 72 hours for £40 as some would use it with a small group or get the idea today and organize it tomorrow at work or at home. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with request.
Full members with Artworks they made using our recordings should email us low res. examples so we can exhibit them here and our future events we are preparing...
The same areas may also be captured at different angles with unusual angles and forshortening.
With Artist(s) drawing you can multipin on your Zoom window with the model.
Full members only
Please check our Prices page to find out more about how to only pay £4.66/$7 a week all incl. of recordings, cloud storage and more.
Use our Session recording for your group at home or/and at work for 24hrs, knowing that 1/2 goes back to the model. We can also come to you but at a different rate, feel free to ask. HDMI connection to a big screen is advised. If you'd like us to grow a group for you to draw a model that inspires you, we can let everyone know. Please make sure all participants sign up to our Network Website.
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