Fundamentals of Drawing 4 w/ Julie Tyslicky

Fundamentals of Drawing 4 with Julie Tyslicky

April 19–July 12, 2022

Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

12 weeks

$480 members/$580 nonmembers

The final session of the Fundamentals of Drawing series. This intermediate drawing session will concentrate on honing the skills learned in previous classes by working in a series and why this is important. We will also touch on creating an artist statement, artist bio, and information on how to enter a juried show. Prerequisite to take this session is Fundamentals of Drawing 1 and 2, or show the instructor your portfolio.

Basic drawing

  1. In its most basic form is in monochrome.
  2. Most often black and white

 

Drawing paper

  1. Paper is expressed  as weight per ream  480 sheets  60LB   80LB   120LB
  2. Different papers suit different drawing media  18” x 24 
    1. Hot press pen and Ink
    2. Smooth graphite   colored pencil
    3. Cold press graphite wc
    4. Rough pastel

 

Sketch book

  1. Do not choose one to smaller then 8” x 10”  I recommend  11” x 14”
  2. Get one with a good quality paper and good binding
  3. You may have to try a couple of them before you feel comfortable

 

Drawing media

  1. Pencils
    1. Hardness
    2. 2H, HB, 2B,4B
    3. Mechanical pencils
      1. Grip pencil
      2. .03 .05 .07 .09
      3. softness
    4. Woodless
    5. Graphite sticks 
    6. Carpenters pencils
    7. White prismacolor pencil
    8. Ebony pencils
    9. Blending stump
    10. Sharpeners
    11. Erasers 
      1. Kneaded erasers
      2. Hard erasers   Pink pearl
      3. Art gum  
      4. Electric erasers
    12. Fixative

 

Pen and Ink

  1. Waterproof
  2. Water soluble
  3. Dip pens
    1. Non –calligraphic
  4. Felt pens  very fine 
  5. Technical pens
  6. Water color brushes

 

Conte crayons

 

Vine charcoal

 

Stick charcoal 

 

White charcoal

 

Xacto knife

 

Metal straightedge

 

Templates

 

Art bin

 

Red rope portfollios