Wrong-handed-drawing

On the final morning of the Drawing & Painting (Sketchbook Style) Course, we started with a bit of warm-up drawing using our non-dominant hand.

This is a great exercise to help get into the ‘right brain’ mode, and fun as well.

Switching to the ‘usual’ hand, everyone then produced a few more drawings, trying out a variety of different water-soluble pens, crayons and pencils.

Today was a ‘pen only’ day – the safety-net of the pencil was banished – which can be a bit scary.

Here’s some of their homework for the week – drawings that allowed the practice of ‘sighting’ or use of ‘informal perspective’. 

Lots of great work here and a lot of hard work and concentration also. Very Well done everyone – sorry to see you go…..keep up the sketching.

Couldn’t resist posting this photo – the smallest and cutest paint box I have ever seen!

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