Drawing 101 is a great course for both beginner and intermediate artists.
This class is an introductory course to drawing from observation. Students will learn to accurately and realistically draw objects and people from life. Over the course of the six-week class students will learn vocabulary, techniques, and skills based on the academic art tradition.
The class will meet once a week on Mondays 5:30-8:30.
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Week 1: Introduction.
We will be looking over the tools and materials we will be working with, as well as looking at examples of the techniques we will be learning and establishing individual goals for the remainder of the class.
Week 2: Line/Shape.
We will be learning some of the basic measuring techniques. We will implement them to create our first major drawing.
Week 3: Form/Value.
We will be continuing from Week 2, and will be adding form, or a 3-dimensional quality, to our drawings by incorporating simple value.
Week 4: Value/Edges
We will continue to work with value, drawing through the entire value scale. We will also look at incorporating differing types of edges.
Week 5+6: Final Drawing.
In our final two sessions we will work on using all of our new skills and techniques to complete a final drawing in two 3-hour sessions.