Inspired by the Museum: Sketching Animals
Learn expressive, gestural and continuous line drawing techniques – useful when drawing animals from life. In the morning you’ll practise a number of sketches of the animals around the museum (or from photos if the weather is poor). Then in the afternoon we will look at how to make marks to create the texture of fur or feathers and how to improve your drawings in the style of your choice. You may also wish to introduce colour using coloured pastels, pencils or watercolour.
Kate Tugwell is a professional artist and trained tutor. She runs a range of courses, drop-in classes and one-to-one tuition at various venues in West Sussex.
Materials to bring:
- Cartridge paper sketchpad (minimum A4)
- a portable easel and/or board to rest on your lap with bulldog clips
- pencils – HB or 2B up to 9B
- pencil sharpener
- permanent ink drawing pen
- Chalk and charcoal
- coloured pastels or pencils
- a few sheets of coloured sugar paper or pastel paper
- blending sticks or silicone blending tool
- a small watercolour set with brushes and water holder
- watercolour paper pad if you wish to add a colour wash
- masking tape
- kitchen roll
- camera or i-Pad in case the weather forces us indoor Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear as we will be walking around the site.
Fee & Refreshments
£70 per person, this includes tuition, tea and coffee. Please let the Museum know in advance if you have any dietary requirements. You can bring your own packed lunch or the café will be open at lunchtimeSold out