The sketchbook is a tool for artists of any medium, yet a daily practice can seem daunting to maintain. In this class you'll practice compelling techniques for building a unique and personal sketchbook habit. Steven Reddy, author of Everyday Sketching and Drawing has published five artbooks compiled from hundreds of sketchbooks. This class will inspire you to fill sketchbooks with ideas and images that can birth more developed projects, or can be viewed as direct artworks on their own. Supplies: A robust sketchbook suitable for wet media and your preferred watercolors, brushes, pens, ink, etc. Reddy will demo dozens of pens, colored pencils, brushes, inks and watercolors that students may want to acquire after the first class.
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