The main thing I emphasise is the need to be practical. Especially when learning something so broad and personal I don't think you can really learn without trying. I am a big advocate for learning through art and theatre. You can build such an important base from your art skills, there is no limit to creativity.
The trial lesson will include the basics of the area you would like to learn about for example, the difference of painting on fabric vs paper, learning perspective or learning muscle structure to draw animals. This includes games and short trials of what you might want to learn in future lessons.
Following on from that lessons would focus into 1 area for example from painting or drawing on fabric we might look at how to design a t-shirt or a pair of shoes. If the focus is on sketching how to use different pencils, perspective, realism and cartoons.
The aim is to tailor lessons to you and what you find interesting.
I paint and sell shoes, tops and jackets and face paint important issues as well as exploring with techniques. I also draw with pencil and charcoal. I have previously taught clay modelling and how to use a pottery wheel. Though I don't have official training I have a wealth of knowledge and experience.
£12 per lesson in person, if multiple people £10 per person
£10 per lesson online, if multiple people £8 per person
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