Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this weekly 35 minute drawing class, kids will have loads of fun drawing their favorite Pokemon as I teach them how to go from basic guide lines to fully drawn works of art! Each class starts out exactly the same with a brief introduction from me explaining the Pokemon we will be drawing that week, as well as how we will go about drawing it. After the brief intro, we'll move on to drawing our Pokemon. During this portion, the students will follow along as I teach them step-by-step how to...
Students will learn drawing basics by starting out with lightly sketched guidelines drawn in pencil, and how to go over those basic guidelines with a Sharpie marker to give it a beautifully finished look.
I've been passionate about drawing and sketching for as long as I can remember, but my technique truly improved when I went to an Artist Sketch Night at a comic book store with older, more experienced artists. They gave me all sorts of tips on ways to ink, color and sketch, as well as ways to improve on anatomy and proportion. I also learned a lot by watching them use various techniques to get different effects with their artwork. Ever since then, I've been able to sell prints of my original artwork at comic cons and vender events, post my original hand drawn animations on YouTube, have my original hand drawn animations featured on other YouTube channels, draw live sketches at comic cons, vendor events and Free Comic Book Day events, and been a guest artist at ImagiCon 2019.
Here is the list of everything your child will need, the supply list will be the exact same each week for ease: - An 8 1/2 x 11 inch (22 x 28 cm) piece of white paper - A second sheet of paper either the same size or bigger to prevent the project bleeding through to the table -A nicely sharpened pencil -A pencil sharpener -An eraser -A black Sharpie marker -Anything your child likes to color with, be it colored pencils, crayons, markers, etc.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
During each class, students will be using pencils and a sharpener if they need to sharpen their pencil, both of which can be very sharp. Students will also be using Sharpie markers because they dry quickly and don't easily smear or blead, however, I also know these markers are permanent and the smell can give people headaches. If you don't feel comfortable letting your children use Sharpie markers, you may let them use another type of marker. Just know that that a different type of marker might not dry as fast and smear or blead easier. **Note to the parents: This class requires lots of hand dexterity and hand eye coordination. Examples of this include drawing and erasing with light pressure, and being able to draw specific shapes and lines demonstrated on screen. Although I have designed each drawing to be done within the time frame of the class, I also know that each child learns at a different pace, works at a different speed, and has different levels of hand dexterity and hand eye coordination. I also don't know your child or the pace they work at. It is up to you as the parent to decide by looking at the thumbnail if you feel these kinds of drawings are too difficult and/or if you're not confident they can complete it in the time frame.**
Gabbi - Art-In-MotionHip Hop Dancer, Choreographer, Movement Artist, Fiber Artist, Crafter, Craft/Art Seller, Painter, Sketch Artist and Animator
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Hello, my name is Gabbi Bennetti, aka Art-In-Motion. I chose Art-In-Motion as my business name because it best describes all the different types of art I'm passionate about; dancing, crafting, drawing and animating. I'm here to instill that same...