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How to Draw

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26 September – 12 December 2022 / 6.30pm – 9.00pm
12 Mondays / No half term break

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This 12 week course will introduce you to some of the important objective and creative aspects of drawing. Artists have used drawing to explore ideas and to record imagery for thousands of years and we will be looking at and working from some key works of art.

If you have some experience of drawing this course will help you to reinforce your understanding of the principles of perspective and composition. You will also experiment with mixed media to develop your creative potential.

Projects will be based on still life and the human figure.

26 September – 12 December 2022 / 6.30pm – 9.00pm
12 Mondays / No half term break

Tutor: Tony Mott
Course #: MN01

Materials List

Please bring the following materials with you on day one:

  • Pencils 3B, 5B
  • Putty rubber and plastic eraser
  • White chalk (10p at Heatherley’s)
  • 2 Charcoal sticks (medium)
  • 1 Compressed charcoal (available from Heatherley’s)
  • 2” inexpensive decorator’s paintbrush (from a Pound Shop)

Your tutor will let you know what other materials you will need to bring during the term each week. You can buy large sheets of paper in your studio. Please bring a small amount of cash with you for this.

1 review for How to Draw

  1. jbhinteriors1 (verified owner)

    This is an excellent class for students of any levels; Tony is a first rate teacher exploring various techniques which help build an understanding of perspective, scale, composition and how to take different approaches to making a picture. Lessons are carefully explained, varied and fun. Even an experienced artist will find fresh ideas and be able to consolidate their technique. For beginners, you could not find a more patient and encouraging tutor.

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