Introduction to Perspective Drawing (Wednesdays, 10-1pm) T2.21
A good working knowledge of the concepts of perspective will help you draw any subject with correct dimensionality. Perspective is one of the principles of our drawing literacy. It is used in most two dimensional art because it enables us to realise great spatial effects, making it an invaluable tool to add to your skill set.
This is invaluable for informational drawing, still life, landscapes and environments with people. It can also help in your realist drawing, painting and invented subjects and environments. Perspective is a structural drawing practice that helps you draw and can help problem solve while drawing.
In this course you will learn the important tools, methods and concepts of one-point, two-point and three-point perspective. We will cover universal boxing, drawing ellipses, locating helpful lines and axis to draw real subjects and introduce methods of working that blend perspective knowledge with real drawing situations.
Wednesdays, 16, 23, 30 June & 7 July 2021, 10-1pm
Autumn - Term 2 (May - July),
Spaces left: 8
Fee: NZ $210.00