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Fantastical Beasts - Shared screen with speaker view
Susannah
31:18
Welcome to London Drawing online sessionThis is a pay as you feel session. We love putting on these sessions but to keep our tutors and models paid we rely on donations. You can pay either by Crowdfunding or PayPal via our website. www.londondrawing.comCrowdfundinghttps://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/london-drawing?utm_term=vyvpeyJk4PayPalhttps://www.paypal.me/LondonDrawingIf you can’t donate this time please consider spreading the word about us. We are on all social media with the handle @londondrawing So please tag us in your photos (we can only see public posts though)!We love seeing what you create so please email your images to info@londondrawing.comTag us: @londondrawing @susannahpalartist @sisettazappone
Susannah
31:36
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Susannah
31:44
@sisettazappone
Susannah
31:55
Welcome to Mythical Creatures class
Susannah
32:02
This is Sisetta Zapone
Susannah
32:03
@sisettazappone
Susannah
32:07
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Susannah
32:12
Warm up
Susannah
32:44
30 second
Susannah
33:05
Mosquito
Susannah
34:09
Intense
Susannah
34:59
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Susannah
35:01
1 minute
Susannah
35:03
SPEED
Susannah
36:25
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Susannah
36:27
2 minutes
Susannah
36:39
SORRY 1 MINUTE
Susannah
36:45
TURTLE
Susannah
38:05
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Susannah
38:08
2 Minutes
Susannah
38:14
Smooth
Susannah
40:50
2 mins- Seahorse
Susannah
44:23
Exercise 2- Think about three animals that relate to you.
Susannah
44:54
Could be related to mythology/ constellations.
Susannah
45:48
Draw an animal merging the three together
Susannah
46:06
For example: fish, insect and dog
Susannah
46:21
Perhaps the head of the fish, body of the insect and tail of the dog
Susannah
46:32
Think about the personality and how it relates to you.
Susannah
46:59
So a dog is very friendly
Susannah
47:06
Elephants are very clever
Susannah
47:16
cats are sneaky!
Susannah
48:09
lion- proud? king?
Susannah
48:21
Dolphin- enthusiastic
Susannah
48:43
bear- powerful, direct, outgoing
Susannah
48:59
Fox- curious, clever, quick
Susannah
49:14
ant- productive!!
Susannah
49:28
panda- gentle
Susannah
50:17
hare- quick
Susannah
50:30
sloth!
Susannah
50:42
magpie- likes shiny things!
Susannah
52:22
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Susannah
52:29
We will now look at some images
Susannah
53:30
Sisetta will show a range of images. If you want to research further please look at the following. Animal illustration in History of Art:Villard de Honnecourt (1250)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villard_de_HonnecourtGiovannino De Grassi (1350)Pisanello, Antonio di puccio da Cereto (1415)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PisanelloLeonardo da Vinci (1490)https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/9/7/435/htmDurer (1515)Giovanni da Udine (1520) Raphael school -Bergamo library collectionConrad Gessner "Historie Animalium"(1550)George Louis Leclerc Buffon (1730)https://principia.io/2016/09/07/georges-louis-leclerc-padre-del-pensamiento-de-la-historia-natural.IjQxMSI/Victorian era illustration (1837-1910)
Susannah
01:03:00
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Susannah
01:03:07
We will now make a flip book
Susannah
01:05:49
You will draw three animals or insects
Susannah
01:06:21
They need to be roughly same shape so they match up when you make your flip book
Susannah
01:06:35
Certain measurements need to be accurate
Susannah
01:07:14
Divide the paper by three
Susannah
01:07:18
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Susannah
01:07:24
Three even sections
Claire Stevens
01:09:40
what is the top measurement, 5cm?
Susannah
01:10:02
6cm I think
Susannah
01:10:10
6, 13, 18
Sarah's iPad
01:10:49
I’m dyslexic so cannot use a ruler so I hand cut my drawings and assembled them like a collage hope that’s okay
Susannah
01:11:09
Absolutely fine!
Susannah
01:11:14
Sounds cool Sarah!
Sarah's iPad
01:12:09
thanks
Susannah
01:12:24
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Susannah
01:12:48
If you are finding it difficult to do the matching, I suggest drawing the first animal roughly.
Susannah
01:13:01
Then you can use this to draw your second animal.
Lorella
01:14:05
I think it's a fab idea :)
Susannah
01:14:32
If you are finding drawing animals tricky, follow the links I posted above and copy them.
Susannah
01:20:20
The vertical lines are where you cut. So you can lift up the flap.
Lorella
01:24:16
I love patterns and textures
Susannah
01:24:38
Me too!
Susannah
01:24:57
Those links I posted will take you to an amazing selection!!
Susannah
01:25:15
If you want to research further please look at the following. Animal illustration in History of Art:
Villard de Honnecourt (1250)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villard_de_Honnecourt 
Giovannino De Grassi (1350)
Pisanello, Antonio di puccio da Cereto (1415)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisanello 
Leonardo da Vinci (1490)
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/9/7/435/htm 
Durer (1515)
Giovanni da Udine (1520) Raphael school -Bergamo library collection
Conrad Gessner "Historie Animalium"(1550)
George Louis Leclerc Buffon (1730)
https://principia.io/2016/09/07/georges-louis-leclerc-padre-del-pensamiento-de-la-historia-natural.IjQxMSI/
Victorian era illustration (1837-1910)
Lorella
01:26:23
Amazing!
Lorella
01:26:28
Thanks Susi
Rachel K
01:29:44
I have to go but thank you!!!!!
Susannah
01:31:21
Welcome to London Drawing online sessionThis is a pay as you feel session. We love putting on these sessions but to keep our tutors and models paid we rely on donations. You can pay either by Crowdfunding or PayPal via our website. www.londondrawing.comCrowdfundinghttps://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/london-drawing?utm_term=vyvpeyJk4PayPalhttps://www.paypal.me/LondonDrawingIf you can’t donate this time please consider spreading the word about us. We are on all social media with the handle @londondrawing So please tag us in your photos (we can only see public posts though)!We love seeing what you create so please email your images to info@londondrawing.comTag us: @londondrawing @susannahpalartist @sisettazappone
Kate Percival
01:31:29
Thanks! 😁😻
Gwendolyn Ball
01:31:45
Amazing. Loved it. Thank you so much
iPhone
01:32:29
Many thanks!
Jo's iPad
01:33:03
Thanks
Maria Golovanova
01:33:09
Many thanks! Have to go
Katja
01:33:36
katjarosenberg@hotmail.com - garden exhibition? See previous onewww.artcatcher.co.uk
Lorena MS
01:34:58
Thank you so much!!!! I really liked it!!!! Muaaa Sisettaaaaa
Kevin Warner of Colchester
01:35:17
Nice one Noah
Susannah
01:35:32
WELL DONE NOAH!
NOAH
01:35:37
thank u
Sarah's iPad
01:36:10
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Sarah's iPad
01:36:30
all the animals are so imaginative
Sarah's iPad
01:37:36
love the ant
NOAH
01:37:43
my creature is called goblcatopuskey
Susannah
01:37:50
haha
Claire Stevens
01:38:23
Fun session, I need to leave now, thanks very much and see you at another session!
NOAH
01:39:00
because thereis a cat a goblin a monkey octopus
NOAH
01:39:26
= goblcatopuskey
Sarah's iPad
01:39:31
they look great as flip books
Susannah
01:41:24
If you want to research further please look at the following. Animal illustration in History of Art:
Villard de Honnecourt (1250)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villard_de_Honnecourt 
Giovannino De Grassi (1350)
Pisanello, Antonio di puccio da Cereto (1415)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisanello 
Leonardo da Vinci (1490)
https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/9/7/435/htm 
Durer (1515)
Giovanni da Udine (1520) Raphael school -Bergamo library collection
Conrad Gessner "Historie Animalium"(1550)
George Louis Leclerc Buffon (1730)
https://principia.io/2016/09/07/georges-louis-leclerc-padre-del-pensamiento-de-la-historia-natural.IjQxMSI/
Victorian era illustration (1837-1910)
Kevin Warner of Colchester
01:41:57
Bye bye