$104.00 / month and a $10.00 sign-up fee
This is an introduction to representational drawing geared toward the attention span and motor coordination of teens thru adults.
Students will be encouraged to ask questions in a chat forum during class. There will be polls taken to ensure the needs of the class are being taken into consideration. Is the class too slow? Is it too fast? Do you have any questions? Students will also be required to participate in the classroom when called upon. At the end of each class students will be encouraged to take a photo or scan of their drawings and send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can better assess the lesson modality and how it is translating to the individual students. This will enable us to tailor our lessons more closely to the student’s needs.
Students will learn the Elements of Shape and how to use them in creating drawings from a variety of realistic, abstract, and expressionistic styles. Lessons will introduce them to inspirations from 2-Dimensional graphic materials, 3-Dimensional objects, the human form, perspective, and proportion.
Media: Graphite Pencils, Pens, Colored Pencils, Markers, Chalk Pastels, Watercolors, Oil Pastels – see additional info below
Students in our “LIVE” class will will be encouraged to ask questions in a chat forum during class. They can additionally talk to the teacher, come online easily and share their picture for clarity (if desired) when asking questions. There will be polls taken to ensure the needs of the class are being taken into consideration. Is the class too slow? Is it too fast? What questions do you have?
Students in our “REPLAY” classes will not have the interactive feedback of a “LIVE” class, however, they can still learn quite a bit from watching. These classes are priced slightly lower to make them affordable to all. These classes will be pre-recorded earlier in the same week (so yes, they are still “new” lessons).
LIVE Mondays 4:30pm – 6:00pm PST, REPLAY Tuesdays 11:00am – 12:30pm
Below are the art supplies needed for this class. Feel free to purchase anywhere. If you are on a tight budget… purchase the first 6 items to begin the class and add supplies as you can. This means if there is an oil pastel project, you will still learn oil pastels, but you will need to adapt your drawing to color pencils until you have the appropriate supplies (which is quite doable in the short term).
Paper Mate 8432452PP Flair Felt Tip Pens, Medium Point (0.7mm), Black, 2 Count
Sharpie Permanent Markers, Fine Point, Black, 2 Ct
PILOT Razor Point Fine Line Marker Stick Pens, Ultra-Fine Point (0.3mm) Black Ink, 2 count
AmazonBasics Sketch and Drawing Art Pencil Kit – 17-Piece Set
Strathmore 300 Series Drawing Pad, Medium Surface, 9"x12", Glue Bound, 50 Sheets
Prismacolor 3596T Premier Colored Pencils, Soft Core, 12 Count
Prismacolor 24190 Premier Double-Ended Art Markers, Fine and Chisel Tip, 6-Count
Mungyo Non Toxic Square Chalk, Soft Pastel, 64 Pack, Assorted Colors (B441R078-7003A)
Pentel Arts Oil Pastels, 50 Color Set (PHN-50)
Strathmore 400 Series Pastel Pad, Assorted Colors, 9"x12" Glue Bound, 24 Sheets
Krylon K01306 Workable Fixatif Spray Clear, 11-Ounce Aerosol,Matte
Prismacolor 1759444 Premier Double-Ended Art Markers, Fine and Chisel Tip, Manga Colors, 12-Count
Watercolor Paint Set- 36 Joyful Colors in a Lightweight Metal Case – 1 Detail Paint Brush-3 Water Brush Pens-8 pcs 300G