Learn the inner workings of Light and Color in digital painting medium.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
To understand the relationship of Light and Color, we must take a in-depth look at the effects of lighting. We will start by studying the theory of color and light, then put it into practice by painting directly from life. In this class we will gain a new level of proficiency by in-class guided studies. We shall explore still-life, plein-air, and color study from various sources to build up a practical and precise understanding of how to pick the right colors to add life to your painting.
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to confidently paint with color with a new understanding of color balance and harmony.
Students will need their own laptop + digital tablet to fully benefit from these live classes.
YOU WILL LEARN:
– Lighting and form rendering
– How to study color from life
– How to develop and follow a painting process
– How to study color from paintings and photographs
– How to add life to your color selection
Start Date: June 23, 2018
Time: Saturdays @ 5:30 - 8:30PM
Duration: 10 Weeks
Seats: 10 Seats per Class
Frank graduated from Sheridan College in 2011 with a BA Degree in (Animation). Before becoming an independent artist for film, Frank worked as a concept artist in the video game industry for 3 years. During his time in the video game industry, Frank developed a keen eye for concept art and visual development – a skill that contributed to his success in the motion pictures industry. Since entering the film industry, Frank has worked on many feature titles such as: Pacific Rim, Godzilla, RoboCop, Skull Island, and much more.
Frank often wishes to share his knowledge and experience of the entertainment industry to many aspiring students and is recognized for his many years of tutoring and mentoring aspiring artists. Frank has contributed and has experience teaching at many local art schools and colleges: he was a peer-tutor during his time in Sheridan, has instructed Matte-Painting at Centennial College and taught Environment Visualisation in Max-the-Mutt Animation School.
You can find more of Frank’s work here: