Join her and get creative for three Saturdays:
Part I: Values and perspectives (April 9th)
Part II: One-point perspective (April 16th)
Part III: Two-point perspective (April 23rd)
The perfect opportunity to unleash your creativity and master this classic art form in all its dimensions. Get your pencils ready!
Open to beginners.
*This workshop is recorded (you will receive the video link 48 to 72 hours after the workshop)
Part I (Introduction to materials, values and perspectives) and Part II (One-point perspective):
Couldn’t make it to Part I and II of the workshop? No worries! Julie presents different techniques in each part, so you can certainly complete Part III without having completed Part I and II.
Part III: Two-point perspectiveIn Part III, Julie will discuss two-point perspective. Through practice exercises, you will explore two fundamental concepts: how to add a layout around a two-point perspective and how to address viewpoint changes. Julie will also introduce three-point perspective. All of this with explanations and concrete examples!
List of materials to bring:
✓ Download & print the template
✓ Sketchbook (9 x 12 in)
✓ Staedtler graphite pencils (2H, F, HB, 2B, 5B and 8B)
✓ Kneadable eraser
✓ Tombow mini eraser
✓ Staedtler white eraser
✓ Transparent rulers (30 cm and 15 cm)
✓ Blending stomps