If you're a beginner, you have nothing to worry about. This is the place for you. I used to not be able to draw either. And I have done hundreds of bad drawings. And you know what happened to me? Nothing. I'm here. I had a lot of fun drawing on. I got a lot of practice because art and drawing is just like any other exercise. In order to build muscle, you have to do it over and over again and practice. And the good thing is, you're not running laps, your drawing, and it's really fun. So this class is full of techniques to practice and take home. We're going to start out with a good, solid foundation of art school basics, and then we're going to move on to a technique that I really like to dio. I use it all the time as a professional illustrator, but it's also really great for beginners. We're gonna take your mobile device so it could be a tablet. It could be a cell phone if you want to draw really small, which I often dio, and we're gonna use the glass on the top of the surface as a lig...
ht box so you can get any image in there you want. And then we're gonna put a piece of tracing paper on the top of it and trace that and transfer that drawing to a nice piece of drawing paper. So you're using all the hands on techniques where you get your hands dirty. Really? Craft something, a lot of texture to it, But you're also using the best of the new technology. Then, after we transfer that, we're gonna create a nice finish piece of art that you could take home. You can say, Hey, I didn't I didn't These are today. As we go through all these drawing techniques, I want you to, like, take a whole bunch of notes in the margins and scribble doodle anything on your drawings. Because when you take these home, that's when you're going to really learn after the class is over, when you're practicing on your own and maybe you're drawing your own subject matter or you using a technique that you already do and you're just adding in my new information, you're gonna be like, Ah, that's the ah ha moment. Now I really feel like I'm I have a handle on this new material