Drawing Workshop Photos
This view shows the class set up before everyone gets
there. Everyone has their own drawing lamp,
supply cup, and 3 feet of working space.
Update to the photo
Each student now has an adjustable led lamp at their
drawing station. I like these better than the big
swing arm lights above.
one shows my projection system that is attached to
my drawing board. I can enlarge my drawing so much
everyone gets an excellent view of the techniques
I'm demonstrating. The actual size I'm working on is
only about eight inches high.
I can zoom in to show
even more details in small areas. I can enlarge
it to the point that you can even see the tooth of the
Here's a recent drawing with white hair,
beard and background up on the demo screen.
view is towards the back of the class. I have some
of my artwork set up for students to look over and
This view shows the
room with the overhead lights off.
After demonstrating a
technique, I walk around the class to give each
student some personal attention and some help with
achieving the desired look we are working on.
Occasionally, we come
back to the art display so I can show specific
examples of where I have used the techniques that the
students have just learned. Everyone is encouraged to
ask questions at anytime.
Below are some photos taken in a BYOP
(Bring Your Own Project) workshop.
Here I am with Teresa and Kate. They
did a great job on their projects.
A baby kangaroo, a llama, and portrait of Kate's
Sometimes, we take some class photos
of everyone's progress.
Of course, our mascot "Farley" likes to get in on the
action when we take him to a workshop
"Farley" my dog
As you can see, we all have a great time. I hope you
will join us!
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