Drawing for 16 to 18 Year Olds

Do you like to draw? Perhaps you need drawings for a portfolio submission. This class will take you on a hands-on, whirlwind ride through drawing techniques, exercises, styles, materials and subjects, from raw sketching to more developed studies. Different types of drawing will be examined, including drawing on location, still-life, interiors, fantasy, fashion, animals, nature, cityscapes and so on...

Taught by: Sion Ap Tomos.

Description

Do you like to draw? Perhaps you need drawings for a portfolio submission. This class will take you on a hands-on, whirlwind ride through drawing techniques, exercises, styles, materials and subjects, from raw sketching to more developed studies. Different types of drawing will be examined, including drawing on location, still-life, interiors, fantasy, fashion, animals, nature, cityscapes and so on. You will explore various drawing media and you will have the chance to further develop some of your drawings into watercolour, pastel and other media or on your computer. The course will include individual reviews, group critiques and discussions of drawings by accomplished artists, demonstrations, encouragement and lots of drawing time. The idea is to survey this vast field, learn from your fellow students and tutor, find where your interests and abilities lie and achieve some brilliant new work.

Tutor information

Hi, this is Sion Ap Tomos, I’m an illustrator and educator and I eat, drink and breathe drawing! I love talking about it, demonstrating it, sharing knowledge about it and helping people to get the most out of doing it. I don’t think it matters why you want to draw it’s just good for you - another way to communicate which is no bad thing to have in my opinion.

I studied illustration at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and have worked as a freelance illustrator for a number of years in a variety of areas including editorial illustration, poster illustration, factual and reportage illustration and Illustrating for educational reference.
I’ve been talking about and teaching drawing for 16 years including 10 years on the Central Saint Martins Illustration/Graphics BA program. I love teaching on short courses in particular with the emphasis on sharing practical knowledge and helping students to use what we pass on in a way that works for them.



Materials

Please bring an A4 or similar sized sketchbook, it doesn't have to be new as long as there is space for you to work in it. Also, if you have some graphite pencils and other basic materials (erasers, pencil sharpeners, pens etc) that you use then please bring them also. If you don't have either of these please don't feel the need to purchase any before the first day as there will be plenty of materials available for you to use.


Details for booking

DateDay of WeekTimeDurationCostStatusLocationAction
03/04/2017 - 07/04/2017Monday to Friday10:00 - 16:001 Week£545Available Richbell Place - WC1N Add to Basket