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"the Art of Sketching" - Class 1
Learn some key tips and techniques to bring your simple sketches to life, giving them depth and form.
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In our sketching class, we will explore some of the more popular and effective tools that we can use to bring our sketches to life. There are different pencil and eraser tips and techniques that can take our simple lines and shapes, to forms with depth and design. Any ability level is welcome, as these skills will be basic enough for any learner, yet can be applied at whatever level a more ambitious artist may wish. I am so excited to share some simple ways to help you feel more accomplished...
This class is taught in English.
Students with learn the different types of pencils that are available to any artist. These include different graphite values and charcoal options. We will explore different erasers and paper as well to give us the best results for our intended drawings. My goal is to take some of the fear out of the sketching experience, to make it less intimidating for the learner.
There will not be a homework assignment. My hopes will only be that the learner will take their new information and apply it to their own drawings.
Learners will need any pencils accessible to them. If desired, they may purchase a small artist sketch kit, usually available from departments stores at a small price. Paper, even typical white copy paper will do. Any drawing or sketching paper or book is welcome. I would suggest a sharpener of some sort and an eraser, either on the pencil, or an extra such as a white or pink gum eraser.
No formal assessment. Hopefully the learner will experience more joy and pride, within their own experience as an artist.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Chantal DrezekMother and Educator :)
58 total reviews
65 completed classes
Hello! My name is Chantal Drezek. I graduated many years ago, from Framingham State University in Massachusetts and taught the second grade. I have also tutored many multiple age/ability levels and have had many successful and wonderful...