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Drawing Boot Camp II

This class consists of exercises and activities that build on the skills learned in Drawing Boot Camp: Basic Training.

We explore new materials and techniques to expand the drawing repertoire. There is an introduction to color and the different ways it can be used to further round out drawings. Investigations of abstraction will bring new dimensions and variety to the work. We move beyond the purely visual to make drawings that express concepts and ideas.

Completion of the first Drawing Boot Camp class is not required, but a working knowledge of basic drawing skills will make Special Ops a more rewarding experience for the student.

Required Materials for Class:

·        Selection of drawing pencils, including B, 2B, H, 2H

·        2 charcoal pencils

·        black, white, medium grey conte’ sticks (Prismacolor Nupastel may be substituted)

·        pencil sharpener

·        kneaded eraser

·        standard eraser

·        blending stump

·        vine charcoal

·        sketch book, minimum 11”x14”

·        newsprint, minimum 11”x 14”

Suggested but not required items include larger sketchbook, drawing board, graphite sticks, soft pastels.  Some materials may be added as class progresses if students express an interest in exploring other drawing media.

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Additional Info

  • When: Next Session to be Announced
  • Where: The Center @ 1301 N Palm Canyon Dr. 3rd Floor. Palms Springs, CA
  • Cost: To Be Announced
  • Contact: Place call 760-416-7790 for info
  • The LGBT Community Center of The Desert

    The McDonald/Wright Building

    1301 North Palm Canyon Dr, 3rd Floor
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    760.416.7790 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

    The Center is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) public charity
    EIN # 33-0937301

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