Leader: Kim Wenger Hall
Most of us didn’t learn how to portray perspective in our artwork – partially because it looked intimidating. Well, anyone can do it with the right tools and tricks. We’ll learn how to create more 3-dimensional drawings with a faithful representation of shape, distance, and point of view. Once you tackle the basics of perspective, learning some simple shading techniques will help you draw what you see and what you imagine much more easily.
Supplies you’ll need:
- Sketch paper
- Pencil & Eraser
- Pens (thick and thin black Sharpies are great)
- Paper: Large heavyweight drawing paper, watercolor paper, or poster board
- Coloring supplies: crayons, watercolors, pastels, markers, colored paper
This program meets three Mondays 6/6, 6/13 and 6/20 from 10 am to noon. When you register for the first date (6/6), you are enrolling in the full program.
You will receive a zoom link for this class 60 minutes before the class starts. The zoom link will be sent directly to the email you registered with.