Learn to Draw

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Interested in drawing but don't know where to start?

Or have you started drawing but not don't know how to develop?

"Learn how to draw" is suitable for beginners or anyone looking for a foundation or refresher course.  It  is ideal  for those wanting a good knowledge and understanding on how to draw.

You can either learn by attending: 

- online zoom class of 4x 1 hour sessions or

- in person at a 2x half-day workshop 

ONLINE Learn how to draw (£45  - 4x 1hour zoom session)

In Session 1-2:  you will learn how to look to build structure and form using lines and shapes.

In Session 3: you will learn how to draw texture and see light to create form

In Session 4: you will explore, interpret and express with colour

After each session you will be asked to take photos of your work to share at the following week's session for further learning.

Materials needed for this course are:

 - Pencil (2b or 4b or 6b)

 - Rubber (standard)

 - Putty rubber (I recommend the Faber Castell kneadable eraser)

 - Sharpener with a small container to keep shavings

 - Paper (ideally smooth)

 - Colour pencil crayons (with at least 2 different blues, 2 different reds, 2 different yellows)

Upcoming Workshop Dates:

  • Thursday 21 October - 11 November 2021 (1 slot currently available)

Please let me know if you are interested in participating in future dates as workshops will require a minimum of 3 students (maximum of 4)  to go ahead. 

IN PERSON - Learn how to draw (£90  - 2x half day workshop)

Location:  Nutley War Memorial Hall, Nutley, TN22 3NE  (Free parking available)

 

On Day 1 you will learn how to look, and build structure and form using lines and shapes.

On Day 2 you will learn to see light by understanding tone and explore colour.

Materials (graphite and coloured pencils) will be provided on the day.

Upcoming Workshop Dates: TBC

Please let me know if you are interested in participating in future dates as workshops will require a minimum of 4 students (maximum of 6)  to go ahead.