About the Course
This engaging and dynamic workshop will lead you through a range of approaches to drawing the nude figure from life.
Over the two days Peter will demonstrate and guide you through his approach to creating a figure drawing with emphasis on achieving correct proportions and expressive mark making. Working from two different professional models over the 2 days (male and female), this workshop will give you plenty of one-to-one instruction from Peter, as well as informal group critiques and discussions helping to further your knowledge and enjoyment of life-drawing.
During this workshop you can expect to complete numerous drawings in charcoal, ideal for those wishing to extend an art portfolio.
This workshop is suitable for all abilities.
All materials are provided for this workshop with a £5 material fee to cover the range of papers and drawing tools. This is payable in cash to the tutor at the start of the course.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Tea, coffee and biscuits are included and available throughout the day. Lunch is not provided although The Phoenix Tea Rooms, just next door, provide an array of meals, light lunches and snacks. Alternatively, there is a fridge and microwave in the studio kitchen for you to use if you prefer to bring your own lunch.
“My comments are one sided because I believe Peter is a born teacher and a naturally inspiring artist. Anyone be it beginner or experience stand to gain a lot from exposure to Peter's approach to art.”
Bill - - #18904
An inspiring and very useful course. Peter made a complicated and daunting subject easy to understand and fun to put into practice. He is an inspiring teacher.
Ann - - #18544
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