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How to Draw Realistic Bees (Ages 6-10) Nature Drawing Course

Students will be taught simple tools for drawing realistic bees with more accuracy and character. We will draw simple, but realistic bees from photos as practice for longer drawings, or for drawing from life for nature journaling.
Jessalyn Claire Beasley
170 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 7 learners
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60 minutes
per class
Meets once
6-10
year olds
3-12
learners per class
per learner

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Learn simple tricks of observation to improve the accuracy of their drawings
Learn artistic techniques to improve the character of their drawings
Basic knowledge of parts of a bee
Learn to draw from reference photos as practice for more in depth drawings, or for documenting from life for nature journaling
There is no homework for this class, but students are encouraged to send me images of the birds they draw with their new skills for feedback after the course is finished. 
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Scrap paper for practice drawing Printed color references (can be black and white) Paper for bee drawings- I recommend something heavier than printer paper so that final drawings will not be flimsy, and no larger than 5x7 or 8x10. Students have more success in practice when forced to draw within a more manageable area. If student is really proud of work it might be disappointing to have done it on printer paper, but anything without lines is acceptable. If students already have an art or nature journal they are welcome to use it. Pencil- this can be a drawing pencil, or a regular pencil. Mechanical pencils are fine, but they can be difficult to erase because they indent the paper. Sharpener Eraser Optional: something for adding color such as colored pencil, watercolor or even crayon (if time allows, otherwise it can be done after class) clip board
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Teacher

Jessalyn Claire Beasley
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Lives in the United States
170 total reviews
140 completed classes

About Me

Hello! My name is Jessalyn Claire and I am so thankful for Outschool. 

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