Student's Artworks by Olivia,Joyce and Amy
Beginners find it difficult to draw three-dimensional objects. They have been painting by making lines on a plane and filling them with colors. Light is needed to make any object three-dimensional and realistic. To do that, you need to understand the concept of lump. In order to understand this mass, it is necessary to understand the contrast and shadows that change depending on the angle of light.
Of course, in the case of Cézanne, he approached with the idea that the angle of light does not determine the essence of an object, and succeeded in drawing the essence of an object as it is. However, when students first draw, they do not quite see through to the essence of the object.
So, it is good for students to go back to the basics and learn the foundation first and then create their own expressions based on them.
Personally, I think the point at which students begin to understand three-dimensional is when their drawing skills increase. Curiously, at this point, students have something they want to draw on their own. It means that you have a sense of accomplishment that you know how to handle something.
Myungja Anna Koh