Class Dates:

SATURDAY 3/18 10:00 a.m -1:00 p.m.

Class Instructor: Jan Halvorsen

Instructor Email: mimikoyangi@gmail.com 

Instagram: janhalvi

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Price: $65.00

    Availability: Sold Out

    Why, despite everyday life in a 3D world, do we find it challenging to create the illusion of depth in our art? Creating the illusion of depth can often be done with value, hue saturation, and spatial relationships. Add another tool! This workshop will present the history and theory of perspective and some simple and useful techniques to strengthen the illusion of depth in your drawing. The goal is to keep your free enjoyment of drawing, and also have the resources and awarenesses key to fulfilling your image goals. “Problem solving” is a creative act! Maximum of 8 students. One 3 hour session

    This class has filled. If you would like to be put on the waiting list please contact us at 541-683-2787 ext 1.

    *To reserve your place in any class, payment must be received at the time of registration.

    *For a refund on any of our classes, we will need to be notified at least 48 hours in advance of the first class.

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    Required Materials:

    (Email the instructor if you have any questions!)

    • ● Mechanical Pencil, 0.7 or 0.9. Strongly recommended: replace lead with 2B or 3B (ask at the store counter).

    • ● Graphite stick or soft graphite pencil: 4B or softer

    • ● Erasers: White vinyl, especially useful are the “clic” erasers that allow more precise

      erasing.Kneaded eraser, highly recommended is the super tacky Faber Castell eraser.

    • ● Triangle: 10” or 12” 30/60 triangle will be most versatile. Make sure it is translucent or

      clear acrylic. You can use a metal straight edge, but a triangle is best.

    • ● Paper: Any basic paper is fine. Avoid textured paper. Sketch weight, bond weight both

      work. Decent quality photocopy paper works great too.

    • ● Tracing paper: Very useful for testing ideas!

    • ● Useful: Drawing board. This can be a clipboard or medium sized board (I use 3⁄8”

      plywood or masonite).