• Introduction-Intermediate
  • Drawing

Investigate a centuries-old and graphically exciting medium. This workshop will focus on the use of India ink for drawing. India ink permits a huge range of possible textures and appearances, from ultra-crisp and graphically bold black and white images through to ultra-soft layers and veils of washes. Over the course of the workshop students will test out a variety of approaches to working with ink, both full-strength and using diluted washes. Techniques we will explore include: line drawing with different tools, methods of shading- hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, dry-brush drawing, using found materials, ink wash studies. As well as drawing demonstrations, students will have plenty of hands-on time to explore different techniques through still life and reference imagery of their choosing, and the last afternoon will include working with a model.

3-Day Workshop: Wed. May 6 - Fri. May 8: 10am - 5pm (one hour for lunch 1pm-2pm)

Spring 2020: Base Tuition: $305 + Materials Fee: $25 = Total: $330

Upcoming Sections

CodeInstructorDates & TimeDaysLengthRegister
242Thomas HendryMay 6, 2020 to May 8, 2020
TERM - Spring 2020
Wednesday - Friday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
3-day workshops$330.00

Materials to Bring

  • 1 pad 18” x 24” cartridge paper (40 sheets)
  • One pad of medium-heavy paper suitable for mixed media/water media (18” x 24” or  Canson Watercolour paper, 140 lb. - 15” x 20” or 18” x 24” is good)
  • Canson XL Series Mixed Media 98 lb would do, but will buckle with washes. )
  • Small bottle of  India Ink (Speedball Super Black or similar)
  • Speedball Sketching pen set or equivalent
  • Small synthetic brush for water media (No. 2 or No. 3)
  • Feel free to bring along any other brushes or tools for water media that you have on hand.