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IGNITION - You Are On Your way


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Here are all the details you need to know and the course timetable, in case you missed it before.


The course is currently scheduled for Monday evenings, beginning October 5 and continuing until October 26 (inclusive), from 7-9 pm online, using Zoom. You should have received an email with the zoom link, however in case you didn't, please find it below.

Topic: Re-Ignite Your creativity!
Time: Oct 5, 2020 07:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Meeting ID: 925 351 6533

The link will be the same each week - if I've got it right LOL!

Here is a brief rundown of what we will be doing each week. Each session is 2 hours with a brief 5-10 minute break in the middle.


a.    Warming Up

b.    The Tools,

c.    Historical examples

d.    Clockface Tool

e.    Eye-Hand Coordination

f.     Contour Drawing


a.    Warming Up

b.    Working with Line To tell A Story

c.    Abstract Portraits

d.    A guided meditation with drawing and music


a.    Simple line drawings - Flower & Geometric shapes

b.    Drawing ellipses

c.    How to draw a cylinder

d.    Values – Creating 3D objects


a.    Experimenting with different textural effects to create a completed drawing.


Pencils - F, 2B, 3B, 5B, 8 or 9B

Erasers - 1 kneadable eraser - looks like bluetack except you want a grey one and I will explain on the first night other types of erasers you might wish to get.

Drawing Paper -  My favourite drawing paper is the Moleskine Art Collection Japanese Album. Now I don't suggest you rush out and buy one of these as they are expensive. The paper in it is

 165 g/m. This is a very smooth paper and means you can get fine detail in your drawings.  However, as you get more skilled you might like to treat yourself to one of these.

In the meantime, get yourself a Reeves Artist sketch pad, A3 or A4. These are 9gsm  and a nice smooth paper. We wont be doing large drawings so the A4 would be plenty big enough.

Tortillion, Stump or Blending Pencil. - these are different names for the same thing, a rolled stick that is pointed at both ends and made of compressed or rolled paper. They come in varying sizes.  A fine and a medium one will be sufficient.

I look forward to seeing you on the 5th of October.  If you have any questions, please email me at: 

Putting a New Spark Into Your Drawing

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