Sketching is a good way to learn or improve your drawing skills. This course suits all levels of students who want
to know how to draw quick and accurate sketches. Whether you want to prepare for a big project or draw the world
around us, sketching is a great way to express yourself.
On the first class, we will be talking about materials. If you are unsure about any of the items on this list we will discuss what they are, how they are used and what you should look for when buying them.
If you already have any supply for sketching/drawing/painting, please, bring them. All these supplies you can buy in Wyndham Art Supplies or in Michaels (using discount coupons). "Derwent" brand - in Staples.
Simple sketchbook for sketching/drawing, min size 5.5x 8 in. (you may find it in Chapters/Walmart/Homesense even in Dollarama)
Mixed Media Sketchbook, min size 5.5x 8 in. It should be good for light watercolor washes and markers.
This is my favorite one (because paper made from cotton and it’s very good for watercolor:
Ink Black Pens – Faber-Castell (or Pigma Micron, Stabilo). Sizes – S, F and B (brush).
Watercolor pencils “Derwent” or “Faber-Castell” -you can buy a set or separate colors (darks, medium tone and lights).
Watercolor cakes/pans/pocket sets of 12 colors or bigger. Brands - “Revees”, “Staedtler”, “Prang” or professional brands.
Simple pencil HB/eraser.
Sketch Markers “Tombow” - optional. You don’t have to buy it.