• Intermediate
  • Drawing

This course is designed to further develop the student’s observational drawing skill set. Through in class projects students will work toward completed drawings with various types of dry media on various surfaces. Topics will include dry media and surface exploration, 2-point and 3-point perspective, rendering surfaces through still life, and long pose format life drawing. With a blend of traditional and contemporary observational drawing techniques an emphasis will be placed on exploring the expressive potential of shape and line treatment and its relationship to value and light.

Tuition $475 | Model fee $95 | Total $570

Notes: This course is intended for students who have some experience with drawing, it is recommended that students have taken a course in Introduction to Drawing, or have basic drawing skills. A nude model will be used. WINTER TERM: No class held Monday, February 18, 2019 for Family Day.
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What you will learn

  • This course is a continuation of Paul Turner's Introduction to Drawing class
  • Four skill-building classes focused on composition, proportion, and three point perspective and volume.
  • Eight project based classes, one still life, 7 long pose format life drawing (three and six hour poses)
  • Flexible and functional method of approach for long format observational drawing is provided
  • Various techniques covered using charcoal on paper