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Develop your drawing ability through practical exercises using a wide range of subjects including the life model, objects, landscape and a visit to a museum or gallery. For people with some experience of drawing, this course will help you develop a personal style by taking you through different aspects of drawing such as composition, structure, perspective and expression.
The course focusses on drawing from direct observation and from photographs, using a variety of materials and techniques. During class time, you will meet your tutor and fellow students for group tuition, 1:1 tutorials, group discussion and feedback. In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular and detailed feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.
There are no formal entry requirements but students should have some experience of drawing, e.g. have already taken a beginners’ class such as Drawing for Beginners.
You will need your own materials. These should include: cartridge paper (e.g. a sketchbook), soft pencils, eraser, sharpener, willow charcoal, soft pastel, ink (either a pen, such as a Tombow brush pen, or a bottle of Indian ink).
Further courses at Morley include Life Drawing and Painting, Experimental Painting and Drawing or courses in Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics, etc.