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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Lesson Breakdown Lesson One Sketching the Everyday An introduction to a range of multi-purpose sketching materials that fit easily into a pocket or satchel. Open your eyes to the drawing opportunities that surround you every day, learning to capture a moment in time within a hectic environment.
Quick tips and techniques when introducing multiple figures into your drawings, giving a sense of movement and scale. Capturing a busy crowded cafe scene using bold pen marks and watercolour marker washes. Observing nature, trees, bushes and water incorporating watercolour washes to add colour and life. Capturing street furniture in strong light, observing dramatic shadow shapes with fine line pens and markers, looking at the different thickness of pens.
Lesson Six Bringing it all together A final project of a busy street scene incorporating vertical architectural structures, street furniture, a wide tonal range, colour contrast and figures.
Looking at composition, tonal balance and adding watercolour washes to bring the sketch to life for this final piece.
How is the course delivered? Please note: you do not receive a DVD Cut by the Artist I filmed, edited, and coloured the course myself with a little help from Vanessa! Artists have different needs than editors so I wanted to cut the course like an artist, showing you exactly what I wanted to see when I was learning.
Course Requirements A broadband internet connection — the files sizes for the video lessons are quite large 3 GB in total so can take a while to initially download depending on your internet speed. Once downloaded, they are yours to keep forever, watch without buffering or take to the garden and watch away from an internet connection!
Enough free space on your Computer or iPad — You can download the files to a separate USB stick if you need more storage space. A Colour Printer — to print out the reference images or access to a Print Shop. I had a little sketching experience and had tried to paint a few times, but my eye was too sophisticated for my skill set and I was always unhappy with what I produced, even when others liked it.
I took your class and not only enjoyed it thoroughly, but found myself able to stick with it and practice for the first time. I liked that you recommended specific pens and products and found that they worked for me as well.