Drawing Children in Motion
capture the fun & excitement of playing children
In this online class you’ll learn to draw moving and playing children in a sketchy, loose and playful style.
Drawing playing children is so much fun! Their joy and lightheartedness is just contageous and a great reminder for us adults to approach our drawing process in the same way.
In this class we’re going to create a charcoal drawing of a little girl playing and jumping in a puddle of water. I’ll show you how I work in a sketchy style, focusing on gesture and movement rather than having to draw all the minute details.
I really had a lot of fun drawing this sweet little girl and I hope it inspires you too!
The total duration of this class is 1 hour and 20 minutes. You can download all videos and course materials, to keep forever. And since this is a self-study class, you get instant access – so you can start right away or whenever you like.
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A man is getting old when he walks around a puddle instead of through it. R.C. FERGUSON
Play fuels our creativity, tickles our inner child and nurtures our soul. CLAUDIA BLACK
What will you learn?
In this class you can follow the complete drawing process from start to finish. I’ll show you how I created my drawing, the technique that I use, and how I approach this type of drawing style. That way you can use it in any type of work that you want to create in the future.
Some of the things that we’ll cover:
- Working in a loose and sketchy style, using multiple light lines
- Building up the drawing slowly
- Using gestural movements to create the motion of the subject
- Working with a charcoal pencil
- Creating highlights
- Working with a pencil eraser
- How to store and protect your charcoal drawings
What will you receive
- 1 hour and 20 minutes video lesson
- All videos & materials can be downloaded
- Get immediate access to all content
- Take the class at your own pace
- Lifetime access
Prices in Euro will be used for the actual purchase.