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Draw Your Own Detailed Dragon!
Miss Margie's "How to Draw Your Dragon" Summer Camp
This camp class meets twice a week for 4 consecutive weeks. It usually takes up to 4 class meetings to finish a dragon, as there is shading and detail involved. A new dragon will be started after one is finished; to complete 2 dragons!
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Twice per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Students will learn how to draw Dragons by watching me draw portions of the drawing, a little at a time. They should be able to follow along. They will be able to see my paper as it is filmed over my shoulder. The class will be structured with me drawing what can easily fit into 60 minutes. We will draw or color, one class at a time, and take three to four classes on one type of Dragon. The first one or two classes will be drawing only. The second or third class will be beginning to fill...
Students will be able to draw a simple object or parts of that object and assemble them in a pleasing composition. They will follow a line drawing, and follow the teacher's guidelines on the proper way to color the drawing. We will use pencil and paper, sharpies (sometimes), and colored pencils. I am particular with the way students complete their projects. They must be neat and complete and treat their artwork with respect. It is a fun class, but not "just for fun". The students really learn to draw.
All of us have a gift to share with others, and this is what I want to share. I started drawing when I was very young and haven't stopped. I love drawing more than anything. I'm also naturally good at teaching. I've been an art teacher for over 18 years, and I've also taught Drama, Photography, Speech and Dance. I've always been really good at explaining things. Plus, I enjoy the students. If you know your son or daughter likes art, I will help them create beautiful projects worthy of framing on the wall, not just curling up on the refrigerator! :)
None. All work will be done in class, unless I make a specific exception for the purpose of completing an assignment so we can move on.
I will provide my expertise. The Students need to purchase or bring the following materials: 1) Drawing paper. A white drawing paper tablet (found online on Amazon, or dickblick.com or Target) will work great. I prefer 80 lb. weight paper, so I think the paper at Target might be lighter weight, but it's certainly fine if that's all you can get right now. 81/2 x11" or 9x12". Strathmore has a 9x12 60-sheet spiral pad in 64lb. weight at Target for $6.49. Also - "Mellisa and Doug" Drawing pad 50 sheets heavy weight on Amazon for $2.99. Just be careful that it's not too stiff like card stock. 2) A Pencil - Bic #2 mechanical 0.7 pencils from Target are my "go-to" pencils. BIC X-TRA LIFE. A 40 count box is about $10 but you can buy single pencils. I create significant art using these and they're way cheaper than drawing pencils, but easy, since you don't have to sharpen them. If all you have available are Ticonderoga #2, that's fine. But I will not let the students use the pink eraser on the end of that type of pencil. It smears the drawing and leaves a pink streak. 3) An eraser. White Pearl is fine..Target 3-pack $1.99 4) an Ultra Fine black Sharpie. 2-ct. $1.89 or 4 ct. $3.89 All these things can be found at Target. 5) The students will also need Colored pencils, and if Prismacolor colored pencils are not in your budget, (don't worry they aren't in everyone's budgets), then Crayola is the best bet. They work fine for a class like this. Also at Target - 24 ct. $2.99. **** Additional! - gel pens* for the final decorations. *Gel pens are optional - Uniball Signo white can be found on Amazon. (highest ratings)
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Miss Margie's Art
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
299 total reviews
205 completed classes
Hello, My name is Margie Samuels. When I began teaching privately and for independent learning centers, after years of teaching in school classrooms, the students began calling me "Miss Margie", which I found very personal and endearing and I...