Boucher Drawing Master Copy: Livestream

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Saturday April 9th, 2022 Session
Sadie created a master copy of a Boucher drawing for 3 hours while livestream participants watched and asked questions in the chat. Sadie narrated her process for creating the drawing, starting with block-in, and moving into more expressive linework and shading. She answers questions and also gives feedback on several participants’ drawings.

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The livestream includes Sadie narrating her process and thoughts as she draws, as well as live critiques of participant’s submitted drawings.

Participants and site members can view the recording for free below. The recording is also available for purchase.

Sadie’s drawing created during the April 9th Livestream

Recorded Livestream: 2 hrs 57 min

Pitt Pastel pencils
In this course I use Pitt Pastel pencils on toned Stonehenge paper. See the complete Chalk and Charcoal materials list on the Materials tab at the top of this page. I also use graphite pencil on white paper for my warm-up block-in sketch.
Burnt Umber
Walnut Brown
White Medium
Tortillions (blending sticks)
Chamois cloth or paper towels
Kneaded Eraser
Stick eraser (Retractible pen-style, like a Tombow Mono or TuffStuff)
Pencil sharpener or sharpening tools: Boxcutter knife and 220 grit sandpaper

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Pitt Pastel pencils
In this course I use Pitt Pastel pencils on toned Stonehenge paper. See the complete Chalk and Charcoal materials list linked below. I also use graphite pencil on white paper for my warm-up block-in sketch.
Burnt Umber
Walnut Brown
White Medium or General's White Charcoal Pencil
Tortillions (blending sticks)
Chamois cloth or paper towels
Kneaded Eraser
Stick eraser (Retractible pen-style, like a Tombow Mono or TuffStuff)
Pencil sharpener or sharpening tools: Boxcutter knife and 220 grit sandpaper

Materials: Drawing with Charcoal and Chalk

Materials: Graphite Drawing

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