| How To Draw Well
Drawing is a natural inclination and once the basic skills are mastered and practised, there is no limit to your abilities to draw any subject, using any medium. Drawing can sharpen your feelings of understanding, comprehension, interpretation and representation of the subject/s. It will require a constant practice of self-evaluation, but, it can be a constant source of pride for your achievements.
Westfield Penrith on Monday
Beginning 8/2/2021 from 13:00:00 to 15:00:00
for 8 Weeks
Topics Covered include:
What is a Line? Types of line. Where to see lines. How to use lines to draw. What is Tone? What is the purpose of Tone? How can Tone be used? To recognise The combination of Line and Tone used to produce drawings. Analyse other artists' works. The use of Colour in drawing. It will be a session where all artworks will be discussed, starting from Week 1 until Week 4. Critique will be used for evaluation Besides pencil and paper, other material and methods will be introduced for the student to expand their knowledge The incorporation of new material into their art production will be further explored This session will be a "free expression" from the student.
By the end of the course, if the outlines are observed and practiced, the student will be well equipped with the necessary tools to continue on the pursuit of his/her goals.
On the first session bring
Initially, a Cartridge Visual Diary A4 and a 2B pencil. As the course advances, discussions will be held if a further need of other material is required. $20
Items to be purchased during the course
Other materials needed will depend on the student's goals and discussions will be held on that subject through the course
Special Issues To Note
NCC Code: 81DRAA121