Drawing is the backbone of my creative practice, everything else stems from this starting point.
In this first set of 4 lessons we will be covering: Continuous line drawing, Landscape, Negative space and Perspective.
Join me on this 4 week journey to enliven your creativity and find joy in observing the world around you. Each week I shall demonstrate a new drawing technique and talk you through a series of approaches.
I will offer you a collection of drawing exercises to explore throughout the week: they are ideal for beginners yet are designed to stretch those who feel more confident with paper and pencil.
"I want to let you know that I am really enjoying the drawing class. I’ve never drawn before and am loving my time doing the home work. I appreciate your style and your way of engaging with the participants, and I am impressed by your straightforward explanations which makes everything sound so easy! Thank you!"
Within 24 hours of booking you will receive an email with full joining instructions, please check your junk folder and do get in touch if necessary.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Join me live on Thursdays during June.
These classes will be an interactive classes, delivered via ZOOM
NB. recordings of these sessions will be available after the class to watch at your convenience [Videos will be available from their release until the end of June]
You will be offered homework tasks to complete during the week plus plenty of opportunities to share with/support your fellow classmates
Note there are a limited number of places for each session.
What you will need
We will be using fairly basic materials that you will be able to pull together at home: paper/sketchbook, pencils [HB, 2B, 8B if you have them available], tracing paper/baking parchment, fine line pen or biro, coloured paper &/or colouring media [ie felt tip pens, coloured pencils, any type of paints/dyes/inks, wax crayons, oil bars or pastels], scissors, glue/glue stick [the items in brackets are examples not essentials].
Remember it's not what you use, it's how you use it that's important!