An opportunity to sketch, test out new materials, techniques and loose your fear of the blank page!

The aim of 'drop in and draw' is to provide an  opportunity to practice some techniques at home which you can then use whilst sketching in 'the wild'!

 

Come and draw with me as we visit museums, collections, go on virtual city breaks,  and rummage through junk shops to find a host of interesting objects to explore...all from the comfort of our own sofa! Sketch quirky, beautiful and unique objects which all have their own tale to tell!

 

All of the drop in and draw sessions will begin with a demo of some techniques that you will find fun and useful to try out during the session which really help with getting going (something that we all of find difficult at times!).

 

We will then have a go at drawing some objects, starting with quick loose warm up exercises and then moving onto longer timed sketches.  The aim of these classes is to sketch quietly and peacefully with opportunities to chat and ask questions inbetween each of the sketches.

 

With regular drawing practice, you will grow in confidence and ability really quickly and your sketchbook will fill up in record quick time! All experience levels are welcome xx

 

This workshop is suitable for all experience levels

 

What you get when you buy:

  • A recording of the live workshop
  • Printable Materials List
  • Printable 'inspiration' references to sketch 

Drop in and Draw: The Vintage Toy Museum

£10.00Price
  • This workshop can be done with any old stuff...even the contents of that drawer in your kitchen... an old biro, crayon and highlighter pen etc! Grab what you fnd and some scrap paper and you're good to go!

    You could also use:

    • Pencil 2B or softer

    • Eraser

    • Pencil sharpener

    • A sketchbook OR....

    • Loose sheets of scrap/ cheap copier paper/ A4 cartridge paper (cheaper watercolour paper if you like using wet media)

    • Some wet media...this could be: watercolours and/or gouache and/or ink and/or felt tip/marker pens

    • Mixing palette (or china plate)

    • A few large brushes (size 8-12) or water brush pen

    • Waterpot

    • Kitchen Roll

    • Some dry media .... this could be: Coloured pencils, charcoal/graphite stick, chalk, pastels, collage paper (and glue) etc.

    • Damp cloth/wet wipes for your hands

     

    • You will receive links to download your Digital products in the 'Thank You' page of the Checkout, along with an emailed link in your order summary that will last for 30 days.

     

    • Because this is a downloadable product, we don't accept returns, exchanges or cancellations. But please contact us if you have any problems with your order. We'd be happy to help!
    • This project is for personal use only and for the purchasing recepient only. The sale of art made from this workshop, or the re-sale of the workshop is forbidden. If you are going to be making a commercial art product based on this workshop with the intention of selling it, please contact me to purchase a commercial licence.