Train your eye and hand to express yourself in simple but powerful ways. Use pencil, ink, charcoal and markers to create portraits of the animals native to North America. Learn techniques for shading, contouring and perspective to help create depth and proportion in your drawings. Step by step instruction, including animals in motion will be covered. From the smallest insect to a largest mammal, choose from a variety of animals and learn about the habits and habitat of each species that you draw.
Instructor Recommended Supplies
- Student grade Bristol paper (smooth) or Watercolor paper( smooth), six sheets minimum
- Paper for sketching
- Pencil (HB with white eraser recommended)
- Set of 8 watercolors (Prang recommended)
- Small and large watercolor brush
- 1 page protector
- 1 dry erase pen
- 2 water containers
Students will meet online using Zoom. A link along with any other class information will be emailed out to families prior to the class start.
We are committed to making it possible for all students to participate in classes regardless of financial circumstances. Class tuition is charged on a sliding scale based on annual household income and family size. There is no application. Click here to learn more about Tuition Assistance.
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