The class will run Saturday and Sunday, September 16-17, 2017
Light and Color
I recommend everyone bring the following with them:
Food and Drink (we will have some short breaks for eating and stretching)
Rinse Water Cup
and whatever else you may need to be comfortable.
I will supply everyone attending class with a copy of Romero the Cat (painted by Meg in the photo) from FeR Miniatures. Each bust will be mounted to a plinth and primed for class. Part of the cost of the tuition goes to cover the cost of this premium bust.
In the class we will go over lighting and atmoshpere on models, some blending techniques in case anyone needs help, color theory and how to push contrast.
This is a class that is aimed at bettering the current level of the students. I will not be teaching you my way of painting, as everyone has their own style. Instead, I will be teaching theory you can apply to your own style and help to push everyone out of their comfort zone. I will be available for demos if needed and questions throughout class.
I utilize a PowerPoint presentation to introduce the different concepts in class. There will be breaks in between lecture topics to allow the students some time to do some color mixing exercises in order to better understand the concepts being discussed. Once the presentation is complete, students will have a chance to think about how they want to paint their model, prime them outside and come back and start working. I encourage students to discuss ideas among one another and ask as many questions of me as needed.
I would like everyone to have a finished bust by the end of class that you can take home as an example to show you what you are capable of.
The class will run for 20 hours.