Beginning Drawing: The Comparative Method

Tuesdays, November 11 – December 16 / 6 – 9 pm

Whether you are a beginner or a intermediate level artist this class is designed to help your improve your drawing techniques. Students will start with the very basics gaining a solid foundational working knowledge of how to draw what they see with an emphasis on tonal range, perspective and shading. Through drawing drills and take-home assignments students will gain a better understanding of tool use and drawing techniques to create successful drawings using the comparative method.

Instructor: David McCamant
Ages: 15 and up / All levels

Required Supplies:

Drawing Pencils
3 – HB
1 – each B, 2B, 4B, 6B
1 – White pastel pencil
Erasers:
1 – Kneaded
1 – White ‘soap’
Drawing Board
1 – 24”x 32” Incredible Art Board
Clips
2 – Bulldog brand clips (as large as you can find)
Paper
1 – 9” x 12” Pad Strathmore Charcoal Paper Medium Weight (white)
1 – 9” x 12” Pad Bogus Rough Sketch Paper (brown)
1 – 12” x 18” Pad Strathmore Charcoal Paper Medium Weight (white)
1 – 9” x 12” sketchbook

November 11, 2014 6 – 9 pm
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