FUNdamental Drawing for Middle Schoolers (Ages 10-14)
Middle Schoolers will learn how to make objects appear three-dimensional on the paper by using specific pencil stroke techniques. Improve knowledge of values, graphite pencils, lighting, composition, foreground, and background. Learn how or improve ability to draw elements of the human face and body, with a focus on drawing human hands and eyes. A lesson and project about stippling/pointillism will be included. Learn how to draw objects you never considered drawing before and zoom in to show all of the fine details and highlights.
Lori Cropper | Mondays l Nov 1- 22 | 5:00 - 7:00 pm | 4 weeks | Ages 10 - 14 | Maximum number of students 12, Minimum 4 | Member Price $128 | Non-Member Price $160
Supplies not included. PLEASE SEE SUPPLY LIST BELOW.
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1. Graphite pencils: 2h, 2b, hb, 6h, 6b
2. 9X12 Drawing pad, 50 sheets, 70 lb
3. Fine Tip Black Sharpie Marker
4. Ultra Fine Tip Black Sharpie Marker
5. Black or blue ball point pens - 2 per student
6. Prismacolor Premier Colored pencils, set of 24 - 1 set per student (can be purchased at Walmart, Target, Amazon)
8. Pencil sharpener
9. Two sheets - Canson Mi-teintes drawing paper, 19"x25"- any colors except white
10. Illustration pens: 005, 05, 01, 08 point sizes, any brand
11. Paper blending sticks - a pack of different sizes
The Art Center does not provide cash refunds for classes or workshops unless the class or workshop is cancelled by The Art Center. To request a withdrawal from a purchased class or workshop, students must contact The Art Center a minimum of 7 days before the first day of class. Students who request a withdrawal will receive a refund of 90% of the tuition paid for the class. Students who withdraw fewer than 7 days before the first day of class are not eligible for a refund and will receive a class credit.
Please note: The Art Center is unable to provide class credit, make-up opportunities, or refunds, or prorate classes for students who miss class due to illness or personal scheduling conflicts.