VIRTUAL WORKSHOP Intro to Botanic Illustration in Colored Pencil: 4-week series
Intro to Botanic Illustration in Colored Pencil | 4-week series
11:00 AM -1:00 PM PST | February 27, March 6, March 13, and March 20
This is an introductory course in the drawing of subjects from nature including flowers, plants, and all things organic. In this class, participants will learn how to “draw what you see” by studying form, color, size, and unique attributes of our natural world. In each class, the students will first learn how to use graphite to transform four organic shapes into three-dimensional forms. Next, we will apply our knowledge using colored pencil to layer, blend, and add texture--that's where the fun really begins. This is a great class for beginners or if you want to freshen up your drawing skills!
When: 11:00am-1:00pm PST on February 27, March 6, March 13, and March 20
Where: Zoom Meeting. You will receive login instructions a few days before the workshop.
Small Class Size: Enrollment is limited to 10 students at most per session, so register while there's still room!
No experience is required.
This class is suitable for beginners. Recommended for ages 16+
Choose from two booking options:
1. Purchase a deluxe illustration kit from us that includes:
- Staedler Lumograph 2H pencil
- Set of 12 Prismacolor colored pencils
- Fine tip click eraser
- Kneaded eraser
- Colorless blender
- Strathmore brand Bristol Vellum 300 Series, 100lb
- Pencil sharpener
2. Supply your own materials. See list above. You can use any kind of colored pencils, though we really like the soft waxy texture of Prismacolor.
The last day for registration is February 20th to ensure timely shipping.
Book with a friend and save $10 each! At checkout, include your friend's name in the notes. You and your pal will get a $10 refund as soon as we confirm both registrations.
About the instructor:
Jennifer Linderman is a local artist, instructor, and nature enthusiast. Jennifer's work focuses on bringing together elements of botany and nature, namely animals and plants! She also loves using bright, bold, and saturated colors for her own current work: a series of portraits.