Structure of the Face, Critique by Sherrie McGrawBright Light Fine Art
In this blog, Sherrie gives Stacy a critique on an oil painting portrait in progress. Sherrie shows how the structure of the head depends on getting a more accurate read of the hairline as it describes the skull, or in some cases, where a scarf or hat meets the skull. You will see Sherrie’s corrections of Stacy’s painting via an online meeting where Sherrie corrects the drawing onscreen. Sherrie also addresses the planes and how to capture them in paint. You will then see an image of Stacy’s finished painting. This blog will help you understand the structure and planes of the human head and the importance of developing good drawing skills.