Online Courses:

Structural Comparative Anatomy Part I: Cranial

Online via Zoom
Wednesday Evenings from 7-9pm, 11/2 - 12/21

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This course has begun- but we still have some live sessions left + you'll gain access to the recordings.

Looking to lend structural credibility to your figurative artwork? Want to be able to better understand and illustrate cats, dogs, and horses? Want to really develop your understanding of anatomical forms and the various shapes they can take? In this Wednesday evening online course, we'll take a good, through look at the anatomy of the human figure, and compare it with the horse, dog, and domestic house cat in depth.
Starting with the underlying forms of the skeletal system, we'll build out our understanding of the soft tissue and musculature of each of these animals, studying how the forms of the same anatomical features differ from each other to suit the needs of functionality.
We'll make use of 3D models (digital and traditional), photography, diagrams, and artwork to gain insight into these complex anatomical features. The assignments for this course involve collecting imagery, drawing structural sketches (big form, and more specific structures), and ecorche studies. Digital or traditional art welcomed- any medium is a fine fit for the material we'll be studying.