Drawing Skills Intermediate level

Course Overview

During this 11 week course you will develop your drawing skills further using a range of both wet and dry media, for example; ink, wax resist, chalk, charcoal, graphite. Drawing from observation will form the backbone of the course while you practice formal elements such as composition, scale, proportion, light and shade.

Course Requirements

No formal qualifications are needed but it is preferable if learners have undertaken the Intro to Drawing course or have some Art and Design experience.

Course Skills & Benefits

Basic materials are provided, but you may wish to purchase some of your own as the course progresses to enable you to continue work at home.

Course Progression

Further Intermediate drawing and painting courses, such as Acrylic Painting or Life Drawing. For those wishing to take their studies further and to gain a qualification, there is the Foundation Diploma course.

Course Assessment

There is no formal assessment however you will be asked to complete a RARPA confidence survey.
This will happen at the start and the end of the course and will record your progress in this subject.
Learners will also receive constructive verbal feedback each week and will be encouraged to keep a photographic record of their work.

Course Additional Information