Drawing buildings in pen and ink
Wednesday 16 May 2018
Learn the basic rules of perspective and learn to “sight-measure” with your pencil. You will produce a few sketches of some of the buildings in pencil in the morning (outside or the inside of a room if the weather is poor). Then in the afternoon you will be shown how to make various marks to suggest form, tone and texture with pen and colour with watercolour wash.
Kate Tugwell is a professional artist and trained tutor. She has a dedicated studio in Eastergate, located between Chichester and Arundel.
The day is limited to a maximum of 10 participants.
Materials to bring:
- Cartridge paper pad (minimum A4)
- a portable easel and board to rest on
- pencils – HB or 2B
- pencil sharpener
- set square
- long ruler
- fine-tipped permanent ink drawing pens (0.3-0.7) or calligraphy nibs and permanent inkpot
- a small watercolour set with brushes and water holder
- watercolour paper
- masking tape
- kitchen roll
- a camera or i-Pad in case the weather forces us indoors
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear.
Fee and refreshments
£60 per person, this includes tuition, morning coffee and afternoon tea. Please let the Museum know in advance any special dietary requirements. You can bring your own packed lunch or the café will be open at lunchtime.