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Drawing what you really see

drawing class 2 2008, originally uploaded by losmedanosart.

Rosalie Cassell's drawing class works on drawing what they see rather than what they think by observing a scene through a container of liquid.

Roaslie says the lessons they've worked on in value, texture, perspective are starting to come together as they start on landscapes. 

She'd say more, but she has to sprint to the Nature Preserve and help drawing students there.


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