- Graph paper / Millimeterpapier
- Light Tracing Paper
- Colored pencils or colored pigment liners/tratto pens 0.1/0.3. One or the other, depending on personal preference.
- Toned sketching paper/kraft paper/ recycled paper bags
Last summer accomplished multi media artist, drawing instructor and scuba diver Klara Hobza led the Drawing Water Workshop. Equal parts drawing workshop and immersive experience, the meditative nature of this class led to some stunning work made by the participants. This summer we are offering a second edition of this workshop. So if these images…
Mixed Media/Watercolor Sketchbook, min A5 size, paper min 200 gsm Colors: either watercolors, pencils, inks, gouache, acrylics… whatever you already have and are comfortable using. Permanent black ink, can be bottle and brush or brush pen Old naturalistic/animal/national geographic magazines or random animal/landscape/flowers images printed for the web. Scissors Glue Pigment liners/pens for contour lines/markers.
Below you will find a list of the materials we will use during the workshop. Since we will be working on location, we suggest also to bring some snacks and drinks for the break, a folding chair/blanket to sit on the ground and a windbreaker/k-way jacket (Berlin weather is unpredictable). Sketchbook: watercolor paper, min 200gsm,…
Each student can use whatever set of colours they prefer or already have, between acrylics, gouache or oil paints. Color set for Intro Painting Workshop (either acrylics, oil or gouache): primary colors+black and white. Extra useful colors for Portrait Painting Workshop: yellow ochre, sap green, payne’s grey, burnt umber. Canvas paper block for color testing…
A testimonial from a reluctant online student: The class hours flew by so quickly and the experience gave me the momentum to dig out my desk making it usable again and not merely the repository for every random paper that enters my apartment. In short, the class is giving me motivation to rejoin the world outside my kitchen!