1st – 31st July 2019
Mondays and Wednesdays
19:30 – 21:30h
All programs will be in English.
All materials used during the course will be provided.
**IMPORTANT** Please register with the student’s name and current email address where we can reach you! (You will be directed to PayPal after registration, where you can use any PayPal account to transfer the fee.)
And finally its summer. Summer means lots of sun, wind, open air, music, friends, park, BBQ, picnic, etc. Summer is very vibrant, colourful and bright. It is a perfect time to brush up your hobby, going around in the city and try to catch the city life through your beautiful sketches. Let us catch our wonderful memory in a unique way.
In this course, we will learn how to sketch a moving figure with a city vibe. Its all about trying to extract a beautiful composition from our surroundings. We will learn to watch human proportion, how they sit, talk eat and doing general activities. Or what about drawing your friends, while having an evening with them.
In this course, you will largely learn about how to compose figure and objects and relate them in the same frame. you will learn about interior & exterior perspective, line, shades, shadow, object, volume, quick rendering, depth of shading & depth of the object.
1st week: Perspective, framing, proportion, figure, object
2nd week: Distance, shading value, volume, the value of the shape, depth of the line
3rd week: Rendering
4th week: Combination of rendering & line depth
Last one day: Art-Fun-event (feedback about the course, a bit of portrait drawing and character drawing)
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
KOU/ Kaustav is a Berlin-based Indian Artist/ Architect/ Designer. He used to teach Art and Illustration in HTW Berlin. His art became well known to Berliner through the event ‘Night of 1000 drawings’. Kou’s art has a poetic & urban narrative. It is a gradual scenography of deep observation. Kaustav always supports the use of recycled and reused material. His live/ urban sketching with Indian Postcards are a great example of ‘connecting culture’.