Ms. Davidson announced that we were going to hit the ground running and she was not kidding. With only seven classes left there is so much to do already, but this is what I signed up for. She said that the purpose of the class was to prepare people for the fashion design world, meaning if you are curious about what the grueling fashion industry is like, this class will give you that fast paced taste. The class actually is part of the Fast Track continuing education courses for Broward College. And so it is exactly that fast.
When Ms. Davidson spoke about students cutting themselves, I blurted out, "What does it mean when the teacher mentions blood on the first class?!" Then she kept saying, not to panic.... And something about having the need to call her at 3 am! I was thinking WHAT?! So I asked her, "why would I be calling you at 3 am?" Because I am thinking, there is no way I am going to ever be up at 3 am working on homework...then I remembered I used to do homework at 3am in university over 20 plus years ago. Am I there again? Oh no, I signed up for this!
So our first assignment was to draw the proportion of the head and to draw a static croquis figure. I have practiced this before but not the way she taught it, so I was like ok here we go.... For homework 20 head drawings and three croquis figures two of which are action with figure analysis. I will be posting that once I do it.
So I realized that Saturday to Saturday is 7 days and Wednesday to Wednesday seems like two days with all that stuff I have to do in between. This is going to be a busy summer and I plan on blogging the whole experience.
Here is the class kit and book
|regular price $80, this term it was free.|
|I love this book. This is actually my second copy.|
|Sample from my practicing heads homework.|