Levels: all levels
Offered: One Thursday, October 14, 2-3:30pm
Instructor: Robert Dvorak
Location: LIVE ONLINE
In this short workshop you will learn how to simplify and apply the concept of perspective to any drawing or painting. You will learn:
- when and how to use one point, two point, and three point perspective
- what to do when you have more than one of these perspective views in the same drawing or painting
- how to draw perspectives freehand
- exterior and interior perspective
If perspective drawing has had some mastery for you, or if it has given you trouble in the past, this workshop will end any confusion that you still have. You will understand and apply perspective easily and in any situation.
Robert Regis Dvorak has taught fee-hand perspective to architecture, landscape architecture, and interior architecture students at the University of Oregon, UC Berkeley, and UC Santa Cruz. He has been teaching people how to have fun drawing and painting for 35 years. He has written 5 books on drawing and painting including Drawing Without Fear, Travel Drawing and Painting, and The Pocket Drawing Book.
Pilot Precise V5 black pen
HB No. 2 pencil
Straight edge ruler
9” x 12” sketch pad or 8.5” x 11” paper on a backing board
A travel watercolor set with a jar of water, a rag, and a brush