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New Extreme Realism Drawing Notes from New Lectures - April 2012 George Roland Wills

New Extreme Realism Drawing Notes from New Lectures - April 2012

George Roland Wills

Published April 10th 2012
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15 pages
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Also Available:Extreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part One (LeAnn Rimes on the cover) - B005RT6IZUExtreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part Two ( The Pursuit of Sundown - Sharon Stone and Alicia Silverstone - on the cover) - B005WIYEPMExtreme RealismMoreAlso Available:Extreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part One (LeAnn Rimes on the cover) - B005RT6IZUExtreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part Two ( The Pursuit of Sundown - Sharon Stone and Alicia Silverstone - on the cover) - B005WIYEPMExtreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part Three ( Batgirl on the cover) - B006CB6EH4The Complete Set of All Three Extreme Realism Drawing Lectures Part One, Part Two, and Part Three - in one volume - (Robert E. Lee on the cover - B007OBHAROThe Complete Gallery513 School of Art & Portraiture (Contains all three sets of Lecture Notes (B007OBHARO) as well as this volume of All New Notes (with Donna DErrico on the cover - B007T7TIYG) and has everything in one volume (with Sharon Stone from TOTAL RECALL on the cover) - B0082JA3CGSome new notes from Extreme Realism Drawing that I used for teaching this form of art in the area high schools and middle schools.This month I went back on the lecture circuit at the area high schools and middle schools, and I had to come up with a series of lectures that defined the actual process for drawing in terms of the portraits, themselves. When I had done so, I realized that these lectures were now also a part of the Lecture Notes, and as such, should be thus offered to the Kindle public, as well... seeing the great response I have gotten from the first three sets of lecture notes from years before, and also for the Complete Set of those originals which I had just released (with the drawing of General Robert E. Lee as thecover art).In these high school and middle school classes, I realized that I had an hour with some of the students (middle Schools) and ninety minutes in some of the other classes (the high schools) and neither time was enough for an allowance for an actual demonstration of the full process that my original two hour classes (one hour lecture, one hour lab) used to entail. So, I had to write a whole new series of notes to teach the method visually, through the lecture, itself.The results have been most gratifying. The students caught on to the idea very quickly, and many of them could take it from there, without an actual time-consuming demonstration on my part. It was so great to watch this that I just had to share this with my Kindle readers.