Wildlife Drawing workshop with David Skidmore
Sat June 5 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm| £65.00
Using graphite pencil, on hot press paper, with references supplied, we will work through initial drawing techniques, building tones to give a 3 dimensional feel, learning the importance of contrast between dark and light. Finally we will look at the details that finish off the piece.
Have fun and work at a comfortable pace, suitable for beginners to experienced artists.
Whether you want to start drawing or improve your existing skill this workshop is ideal for you. Join David Skidmore, wildlife artist at his workshop for a day where he will teach you his drawing techniques in an enjoyable atmosphere.
All materials required for the workshop supplied as listed:
Paper (for you to keep)
A set of Pencils (for use during the workshop)
Paper blending stumps (for use during the workshop)
Erasers (for use during the workshop)
Reference materials (for you to keep)
Drawing information sheets (for you to keep)
David Skidmore is a locally based artist (Bromsgrove) and a member of The Wildlife Art Society International and The Association of Animal Artists. He was also a finalist in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2019 – held at the Mall Galleries. He’s passionate about the African (and other) wildlife that he draws and a keen supported of conservation organisations who he supports through donations of work to help raise funds.
The workshop will take place in the Lifford Hall parlour room.
Limited to 8 places