Portrait Tooling Series Pt. 2 - Noses & Mouths
About This Video
This second video in the five-part tooling series discusses how to capture someone's likeness through their mouths and noses. Although the eyes often define a face, there are significantly more variances in the nose and mouth that make a portrait look like the intended subject... or not.
Annie Libertini has won multiple blue ribbons for her leather portraits in numerous judged art competitions, predominantly because of the life-like nature of the images captured in leather.
In this video, she explains her process for developing those features, the specific details she looks for when examining a photograph, and the theory behind the decisions that she would make when creating that portrait.
This is a recording of a live, online class, so viewers benefit from both audience questions and workshop moderation.
Pattern Associated With This Class
Note: This pattern pack is free with the purchase of any of the videos in the Portrait Tooling series when purchased at the same time. Add the pattern pack to your cart and the discount will automatically be applied at checkout.
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2 hours and 6 minutes; 3.03 GB
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