In this workshop, we will explore various techniques for creating beautiful drawings. We will work with natural materials such as charcoal, graphite, pencil, ink and various ancient drawing materials. We will explore the techniques and materials needed to create line, value, detail, and texture using light and dark marks. I will teach you how to draw trees, bushes, flora and fauna, and the landscape in a light and loose, free and gestural way.

This half-day online workshop is a wonderfully mindful process, as it teaches us to slow down and observe, to take notice and to wonder.

 

This half-day course includes:

  • Pre-recorded video tutorials
  • Live video tuition
  • Materials list
  • Downloadable worksheets
  • A package of special art materials in advance

Plus happiness!

 

 

 

Nature Drawing Workshop – Sunday 30th July 2020

1pm-4pm. This half-day course includes: Pre-recorded video tutorials; Live video tuition; Materials list; Downloadable worksheets. Order by 10am Tue 25/07/20 to receive a package of special art materials in advance.

£85.00

 

 

 

We both had a very enjoyable morning, thank you 🙂 I particularly enjoy that loose and gestural way of drawing and hope to pluck up courage to have a go on location! Thanks again, we learnt a lot!
– Trish & Lily

One Response to “Nature Drawing Online”

  1. C Pixley

    We loved it. Just now found the resources, which we will definitely use. Should keep us creatively occupied thru lockdown and beyond. Thanks to Pippa and the team! Carrie and Richard.

    Reply

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