Join our Nude Life Figure Drawing Workshops at Visual Arts Centre Studio. With professional demonstration, guidance and instruction by our instructor, this session is suitable for those with experience or the absolute beginner with an interest in life drawing!
DATE: 18 July 2019, 7.30pm-10pm
$56 nett only (no additional fees)
This workshop includes all art materials (for drawing and sketching) with the model fees covered.
What’s great is that you may choose to work on your life drawings with pencils, watercolour or charcoal. Watercolour medium is provided as an option for those with experience in Watercolour painting.
This is a rare opportunity to receive professional guidance for nude life figure drawing and sketching. Suitable for those with experience in life drawing or even for those without any experience in sketching, this session will introduce plenty of sketching skills and techniques to you! With the actual model, practise figure drawing and receive tips and guidance on your work.
For registration or any enquiries, please contact 6255 0711 ／ 67332155 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:15pm – 7:30 pm: Registration, preparation of materials (sketch paper, pencils, charcoal, erasers are provided)* Please reach by 7:30pm.
7:30pm – 10pm: Life Drawing Jam session
Through life observation of the model – capture various motions, tones, shades, shadows, skin textures and gestures of the model with your own interpretation in this life drawing jam session. For those who are new to life drawing, this session will be a great experience to test your ability to capture the subject, and to practise observational and quick sketching skills!
There will be short breaks of a few minutes each, every 15-20 minutes during the session. The model will pose for many short poses during the session.
All art materials for drawing will be provided including: sketch boards, easels, pencils (HB, 2B, 4B, 6B), charcoal, erasers. Refreshments of hot and cold water, tea bags, instant coffee and biscuits are complimentary.
When: 18 Jul 2019, 7.30pm - 10pm