Summer Sketching Course: 30 days of drawing
- How to be diligent and draw often, but not for long!
- How to represent a drawing well by going to the essentials without being too precise
- How to develop a pencil (or ink) style
- How to learn in a structured way so that the difficulty is progressive
Through 30 guided drawing missions, the course-challenge will introduce you to several techniques and give you the rigor to practice. The challenge can be done completely screen-free with just the printable how-to guide, or by following the many video resources available.
Six major THEMES, thirty summer references:
The sea: fish, shellfish, seahorse, starfish, sea turtle
The forest: berries, mushrooms, butterflies, snails, ferns
Illustrated animals: hedgehog, squirrel and fox
Birds: a warbler, a blue bird, the cardinal, a chickadee, a macaw, an owl
Floral and vegetal: a rose, a leafy plant, anthurium, monserrat, lotus
- Urban sketch : green alley and shaded street
What does it include?
- Printable guide to the challenge - references, steps and results
- A 35-page printable notebook that guides you through each mission
- Clear visual with the references and results of each sketch
- Six intermediate steps per sketch for how to do it
- Ideal for taking outside and sketching away from the screen
- Pre-recorded videos of the sketches:
- 30 pre-recorded drawing sketch videos of 15 to 45 minutes each
- Perfect for those who like more explanation and want reassurance
- Classified by level and duration to facilitate your learning
- Downloadable videos to be used without internet
- Works on all devices
- Stored on your member area accessible for life
- Comments on your drawings:
- Participate in the Facebook group to share your drawings and see those of others
- Write to us on Messenger to send us your drawings
- Get feedback from the teacher
- Ideal for getting constructive feedback
- Ideal for connecting with other drawing enthusiasts
Technical support 7 days a week: Our team is there for you if you experience the slightest technical difficulty. Transitioning online can be a challenge for everyone and you are not left to your own devices!