Learn How to Draw Two Point Perspective With Simple Shapes
Make Simple Shapes Three Dimensional With Two Point Perspective
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Learners have fun with Rozine's curriculum which includes seasonal pop art, cartooning, and graphic design. During each session, students learn to turn simple symbols into three-dimensional shapes using two-point perspective. Rozine guides students step-by-step, drawing cubes with pencil. She shows students the basics to pulling each edge towards the two perspective points. She then demonstrates how to shorten the perspective lines to create three dimensional shapes. After learning the...
Drawing and coloring develops many talents, such as: • fine motor skills • spatial reasoning • objectivity • visualization • self-discipline • creative problem-solving
Since 2005, Rozine taught cartooning classes to elementary-aged, inner-city children in Chicago and Los Angeles. She is the illustrator, author, and publisher of several all-age coloring activity books. She creates a relaxing atmosphere, encouraging connection amongst others, as well as confident self-expression.
Students are encouraged to color their shapes after class. As an additional challenge, students can create three dimensional objects inside the cubes (cars, furniture, etc).
Students will need either a sketchpad, or a few sheets of drawing or printer paper. Pencils, erasers, and a ruler are a must. Coloring utensils can be crayons, colored pencils, and/or markers. A Sharpie marker is optional. Students can frame their artwork by stapling or taping it to a larger sheet of colored construction paper (also optional).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students are encouraged to share their work with Rozine and other learners, by holding their artwork up to the camera. Praise and recognition is awarded, regardless of skill level. Rozine stresses the importance of each artist liking their own work—and if they see something they don't like, she motivates them to find the solution to fix the problem. Suggested fixes are offered if the student struggles.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Building Self-Esteem Through Expressive Arts
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2210 total reviews
1886 completed classes
Like the title of her first book, "Live Life For A Living," Rozine is living her dream of being a transformational author and artist. She has written, illustrated, and published nine activity workbooks focused on developing self-awareness and a...