Monday, June 12, 2017

Get over your fear of drawing people

Our last four classes from Reporting from Portland series will focus on life in the city. We will tackle the exciting subject of visual reportage, learn to draw ordinary people going around their daily life, master sketching crowds, interactions at markets, and street performers. If you always wanted to have more "life" and characters in your sketches but feel intimidated by drawing human subjects, their reactions, their sudden movements, their proportions–these classes are for you.

Drawing people is as exciting as it gets



Here is the schedule and a brief description of each session starting with this coming Saturday:

June 17th from 11:00am to 1:30pm
A Day in the Life of Kenton Neighborhood
Drawing people in the context of their immediate environment, learning to quickly capture the essence of our subject

June 24th 11:00 to 1:30pm
Textures, Colors And Activity At PSU Farmer's Market
Unleashing the power or texture and color to tell the story of a busy urban market

July 8th 11:00 to 1:30pm
Reporting on a Street Fair: Making Sense of Chaos on your Page 
Tackling moving subjects, crowds, and using color and value to bring it all together

July 12th (Wednesday) at 4:15 to 6:45pm
Music In The City–Reporting from “Music on Main” Outdoor Concert
The exhilarating craft of drawing street performers by harnessing the power of rhythm and music to guide our hand.

I am offering a discount for those who want to register for all four classes.
Click here to register or contact me with any questions.

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