Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Complete Part 2 - 100th Post!

Above is my very first Cast Drawing for my Classical Art Online course.  It was a major challenge working in charcoal, a completely foreign medium to me, but in the end the skills I learned during the process were worth it.  Thanks as always to my instructor Aaron for pushing me and forcing me not to take the easy road to complete this thing.  It was certainly a tough one, but I am looking forward the next.

On a side note this is my 100th blog post!  Not as many as I might like, but a milestone nonetheless and I think this cast drawing a a nice way to mark it.  A big step forward in my skill level and work process. Here's to a lot more art in the future!


sarah said...

This is beautiful, Tony. Really nice. Congrats on your 100th post too!

Rebecca said...

Hi Tony, I am thinking of enrolling in this online program and would love to get some feedback from you since you are a student with CAO.

The Bargue's are looking great. I've dabbled with the Drawing Course book on my own but would love to have some structured advice from someone who has actually studied at an Atelier( Like Jonathan or your instructor). My art studio experience in college was a far cry from Classical training and that's exactly what I've always longed for.

Tony C. said...

Thanks Sarah!I always appreciate you comments and feedback.

Rebecca- Thanks for stopping by the blog and your kind comments. I sent and email to the address on your blog with some comments about CAO. Let me know if you have any other questions! And good luck with your art as well.