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Banksia Beach

Embracing the Nude: Developing your Individual Vision

Join Pauline Adair for her workshop Embracing the Nude: Developing your Individual Vision Drawing the Figure in Charcoal with Pauline Saturday 17th February, 2024 9am -3.30pm

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Embracing the Nude: Developing your Individual Vision
Embracing the Nude: Developing your Individual Vision

Time & Location

17 Feb 2024, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Banksia Beach, Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, 191 Sunderland Dr, Banksia Beach QLD 4507, Australia

About The Event

Join Pauline Adair for her workshop

Embracing the Nude: Developing your Individual Vision

Drawing the Figure in Charcoal with Pauline

Saturday 17th February, 2024

9am -3.30pm

Using photo references, after some quick warmups and some hand/eye coordination exercises, we will proceed to finished charcoal drawings. You will learn to draw more accurately with my technique of ‘seeing and then delivering’ marks to the paper.

I will show you how to switch easily between left and right brain thinking.

We will look at dynamic cropping, the portrait, and easy ways with hands & feet and why we should include them more often!

I will encourage participants to follow their own vision and develop their own individual style.

(Demonstration: Ink & Wash figure, if time allows)

COST: $75pp (BICAS members) $85 non-members.

BOOK here online or ph 07 3408 9288

Materials LIST

  • 20 - 30 sheets of blank newsprint – cut      into (flat, not rolled or folded)
  • Rigid drawing board (approx.. 60 x 40 cm) –      cut your paper in half, and clip it flat to this support…. you’re ready to draw on it!
  • Some vine/willow charcoal, and some compressed charcoal in assorted sizes. (My fave compressed charcoal, if you need to      buy a stick is Faber Castell ES PITT round.)
  • Kneaded eraser – Faber Castell please
  • White chalk or white pastel
  • Three bulldog clips.
  • Tissues – small packet
  • One full sheet of cartridge paper (flat)
  • Torchons or paper stump blenders if you have  them.

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