Learn to draw a selection of seabirds such as Gannets, Terns, Puffins, Gulls and Shearwaters. Take a look at anatomy and wing shapes, making gesture drawings, capturing character and telling a story in your drawings through use of environment, interactions and movement. You will work from both still and moving images. This will be a fun weekly class exploring pencil, pen, charcoal and watercolour/water-soluble coloured pencil drawing techniques for seabirds with demonstrations and tuition from artist and tutor Bethany Milam. At the end of each session there will be an optional extra 15mins for one-to-one feedback to be given. Suitable for beginners and intermediates. Work from reference photos and videos provided by the tutor or use your own references.
These Live lessons will be held on zoom. You will receive emails each week with reference photos and materials lists, you will also have access to an online file containing lesson notes, reference images, materials lists and extra topic information. Feedback can be given during lesson time. You will have access to a closed Facebook group to interact with other students.
Book online here:
Alternatively contact Bethany Y Milam to Book.
HOW TO JOIN THE ONLINE CLASS:
Use the contact form to email me and book your place. Specify your full name and which course(s) you are booking for.
Payment is through PayPal invoice, from which you can pay by card, you do not need a PayPal account if you don't have one.
Once your payment is confirmed I will send you another email subject title: "Order Confirmation for...". At the end of this email, under the header "Class Information", you'll see;
a) The link to the meeting
b) The meeting password which is required to join the meeting.
c) The class onedrive file link
Log onto zoom.us (please log in promptly to avoid disruption.)
a) You will be prompted to download & install the Zoom app. You can do this beforehand by going here: https://zoom.us/download
b) Click join meeting and enter the meeting ID. This is sent to you in the confirmation email.
c) You will be prompted to key in the password. This code is sent to you in the confirmation email.
d) You will be placed in a 'waiting room' before being admitted. Once entered into the meeting, your microphone may be automatically muted. I will normally unmute everyone to say hello at the start of the session and individually to give feedback at certain points and at the end of the session. During demonstration times, I will mute everyone's microphones to cut background noise. You can unmute your microphone to ask questions at any point. You can also talk to other participants at any time using the group chat (or the 1:1 chat) function.