Summer Newsletter Featuring Artist Justin Maas
DRAWING THE FULL BODY PORTRAIT
By Justin Maas
The Summer Edition of our Artist Newsletter is here! Our featured artist Justin Maas is known for his stunning portraits. Justin uses grayscale on Toned paper to employ value, show form and make drawings with incredible depth.
In this issue, Justin reveals his methods for creating full-body portraits. Using the power of body language, a full body portrait can infer more than just the face. Follow along as he demonstrates his step-by-step process.
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