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TIME2 hours 2 hrs
PRICE$70 $70 pp
In this class you will learn how to correctly draw faces and features starting from individual facial features and working all the way up to drawing a face. I will run you through the do’s and dont’s of drawing people and show you little cheats to achieve a realistic portrait. If you have always wanted to learn to draw people but don’t know where or how to start, or perhaps you’d like a different approach to your drawings, this is the class for you!
None, beginners welcome, as well as anyone wanting to brush up on their drawing skills
A3 sized drawing pad, a set of 3 sketch pencils, and a red pencil for blocking.
Just yourself, materials will be provided
Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.
Working artist and production designer with over 10 years of experience
I am a production designer and illustrator based in Sydney. I studied fine arts in Melbourne which brought me into the world of storyboards and concept art for films. From there I was inspired to pursue a career in film work. I currently produce illustrations and storyboards for both film and advertising. Coming from a traditional art background, I value the importance of learning traditional techniques before experimenting with your own style. I specialize in portraiture and still life.
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