Rendering in Colored Pencils (8) Session
One of the most critical aspects of jewelry design is to render your image in such a way that its structure, shading and texturing appear to be fully realistic. This concept of photo-realism is vital to a designer’s success, as the surface properties of jewels and their settings all create various interplay with light, shadow, and the surrounding environment.
From a competitive standpoint, the more efficient those designers can be in rendering a photo realistic representation of their designs, the more opportunities they create for success and customer satisfaction. This course introduces students to the most advanced technologies for rapid rendering, as well as the classic methods that have served and inspired designers for centuries.
In this class you will learn how to:
Draw and render faceted gemstones and cabochons.
Illustrate surfaces, shapes and textures in white and yellow metal.
Make realistic renderings by understanding the behavior of light and shade.
Students will leave with renderings for their portfolio.
Classes are held Monday & Wednesday – (8) sessions
Jan 9, 2017 – February 8, 2017 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm
NOTE: No class held on Monday, January 30 & Wednesday, February 1, 2017
About the Instructor: Jenine Lepera Izzi studied art and design in New York City and Florence, Italy for many years. She has developed her own techniques in rendering jewelry designs. Her unique style of design is a culmination of training as an interior designer as well as a bench jeweler. Her work synthesizes her lifelong interest in design, a fascination with color and attention to detail that she brings into the classroom.