Drawing Club - Happy Vibes Social Art Class (Ages 8-13)
In this semester - long ongoing course learners will draw different Kawaii (Cute) characters each week and chat with peers.
BriAnn Ongesel, BS TESOL
66 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
50 minutes per class
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In this ongoing semester class students will learn to draw different Kawaii-style characters (and facial expressions) and socialize in a safe and cheerful environment. (Kawaii means CUTE in Japanese) We will draw in real time and learn the steps for drawing four or more (depending on complexity) different characters with each weekly theme. Some characters are based on holiday themes during the week preceding a holiday. Drawing skills that we will practice include: pencil sketching,...
Students will improve drawing skills such as proportion, sketching, finalizing shapes, and color gradient. Students will also practice conversation skills and enjoy a relaxing activity. Week of January 2: Kawaii Puppies Week of January 9: Kawaii Dinosaurs Week of January 16: Kawaii Chinese New Year Week of January 23: Kawaii Sweet Foods Week of January 30: Kawaii Arctic Animals Week of February 6: Kawaii Jungle Animals Week of February 13: Kawaii Valentines Week of February 20: Kawaii Wizarding World! Week of February 27: Kawaii Veggies Week of March 6: Kawaii Dragons Week of March 13: Kawaii St. Patrick's Day Week of March 20: Kawaii Woodland Animals Week of March 27: Kawaii Mythical Creatures Week of April 3: Kawaii Ocean Animals Week of April 10: Kawaii Easter Week of April 17: Kawaii Pirates and Mermaids Week of April 24: Kawaii Earth Characters (clouds, mushrooms) Week of May 1: Kawaii Cinco De Mayo Week of May 8: Kawaii Fruit Week of May 15: Kawaii Kittens **Weekly drawing subject to change based on students' preference.
Some coloring may need to be done outside of class if not finished in class.
Pencils, eraser, white paper, crayons or colored pencils, and a black pen (preferably gel-pen or fine-tip black marker).
50 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
BriAnn Ongesel, BS TESOL
Art Teacher BS in Art/Graphic Design, ESL Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
66 total reviews
80 completed classes
Hello! I am BriAnn Ongesel. I have taught online classes for nearly 5 years and over 1 year here on Outschool. I teach art and design classes. I also have lots of experience in teaching ESL classes either one-on-one, or in small groups. I...