Intermediate Drawing Workshop
Discover your own sketching style and learn how to visually interpret the world around you using basic lines, shapes, and forms. By the end of the first class you will be able to create a variety of reproductions of both two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects. Practice sketching techniques and learn how to add highlights and shadows to indicate dimension. Learn the basics of how to hold and use each specific sketching pencil and how to use other sketching tools to affect dimension. The second session is spent using the techniques you practice to create your own project, with coaching and assistance from the instructor. Deb Rohr is a fine art and portrait photographer and lifelong artist who enjoys helping others bring out their creative abilities. This class is for students with some drawing experience or who have taken Debra's "Basic Drawing: Drawing as Seeing" class at CFU. Students will purchase and bring their own supplies to class. Bring lunch or snacks for the afternoon.
|Dates:||February 10-17, 2019 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Two Sun., 1-5PM Begins 02/10|
|Location:||CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||Student buys and brings materials ($30+): Set of sketching pencils that include HB, B, 2B, 3B, 4B, and 6B, a white drawing pencil, willow charcoal, graphite sticks, a small pencil sharpener with a stainless steel blade, a soft white vinyl eraser, a kneaded eraser, a sanding pad or extra fine grit sanding paper, several sizes of blending stumps ranging from large medium and small, several tortillons, a piece of Chamois, kleenex and a 12 x 9 sketch pad or larger with a paper thickness of no less than 80lb. The heavier the weight of paper the better. All materials can be picked up at Michaels in the Artist's Loft Brand.|
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