Byzantine Iconography Series 4: Drawing the Full Figure (P1)
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Byzantine Iconography Series 4: Drawing the Full Figure (P1)

Laying the Foundations for Byzantine Iconography
4.7 (8 ratings)
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91 students enrolled
Created by Bridget Hayes
Last updated 4/2019
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 5 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will start by learning the basic structure of the full figure and how to draw feet and then how to draw the garments of several different saints (Christ and Apostles, Women saints, Monastic Saints)
Requirements
  • Pencil and paper
  • It is recommended that students have completed the three previous series on Drawing the Face, Drawing the Half Figure and Garment basics as this course builds on the foundation laid by these courses.
Description

In this course (Part 1 of Series 4) we will be laying the foundation for drawing full figure Saints and their garments, by putting into practice what was learned in the previous series on Garment Basics.

This course presupposes that students have followed the previous three series on Drawing the Face, Drawing the Half Figure and Garment Basics.

In Section 1 we will study the basic structure of the full figure and it's measurements as well as how to draw it on a curved and S-axis.

In Section 2 we will learn how to draw feet in various stances.

In Section 3 we will study the garments worn by Christ, the Apostles and Prophets.

In Section 4 will draw the garment worn by Women Martyrs and the Theotokos.

We will finish of this first part of the series in Section 5 studying the garments worn by Monastics.


Who this course is for:
  • Beginner-Intermediate
Course content
Expand all 28 lectures 02:28:23
+ Basic Structure
4 lectures 23:35
1.2 Drawing the Basic Structure
07:37
1.3 Drawing the Figure on a Curved Axis
07:33
1.4 Drawing the Figure on an S-shaped Axis
07:11
+ Drawing Feet
7 lectures 28:55
2.1 Drawing Feet: Introduction
01:56
2.2 Drawing Toes
03:48
2.3 Drawing the foot in a diagonal movement
06:22
2.5 Outer View of the Foot
03:41
2.6 Two feet in 3/4 Stance
05:15
2.7 The Feet of the Infant Christ
05:12
+ Drawing Christ (Apostles & Prophets)
4 lectures 26:11
3.1 Drawing Christ: Introduction
05:42
3.3 Drawing Christ: Garments
08:36
3.4 Drawing Christ: Hands, Feet and Face
07:30
+ Drawing Women Saints (Theotokos and Martyrs)
8 lectures 48:31
4.1 Women Saints: Introduction
01:42
4.2 Woman Martyr: Basic Structure
04:16
4.3 Woman Martyr: Garments
08:10
4.4 Woman Martyr: Hands and Face
03:56
4.5 Theotokos: Basic Structure
04:30
4.6 Theotokos: Mamphorion
17:17
4.8 Theotokos : Face and Hands
03:30
+ Monastic Saints
5 lectures 21:11
5.1 Monastics : Introduction
02:20
5.2 Monastics: Basic Structure
04:22
5.3 Monastics: Koukoulion and Mandya
06:02
5.4 Monastics: Lention (Zostikon) and Polystavrion
03:44
5.6 Monastics: Hands and Face
04:43