Drawing II: Principals of Design
This class is for students who have some previous drawing experience. Learn how and when to control balance, focus, contrast, scale, gradation, unity, variation, and movement. Together we will examine the process of generating, preparing and developing ideas. Using the language of design, we will learn how to select components to influence and how to get the most out of pen, pencil, and pastel.
Supplies Needed: Compressed Charcoal (darkest/softest possible), Vine Charcoal, Dry Pastels (Optional: Conte) Kneaded Eraser, Rubber Eraser, Basic (at least) 8×11 Sketchbook (preferably with a bit of texture/tooth, acid free, and not too thin), 2-3 Pieces of (Large/Poster Size) Charcoal Paper (recommend ones with organic texture over grid), 2 (or more) Black Pens (Jelly Roll are good), and Pencils. Please contact the instructor through the Arts Centre if there are any questions about materials.
Wednesdays, September 19 to October 24 5:30pm to 8:30pm (6 classes)
Members $160 Non Members $175
Call 250-542-6243 or drop by the Arts Centre to register today!
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