Tuesday Evenings, beginning July 12, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Semiahmoo Art Center
Instructor: Tony O’Regan
Tony will share some of the expertise he has gained as an artist, architectural designer and instructor at Universities and Art Colleges for over 25 years.
Greetings to my friends in Art!
The two-hour sessions will be on various drawing topics that I think may interest you:
- Perspective Drawing
- Village Streets
- and more!
You can enroll one evening at a time or for a set, as you may find convenient. I hope to see you there!
Refresh your Art Skills this summer!
This special summer drawing series will include Perspective Drawing, Shade-Shadow-Reflection, as well as focusing on drawing special subject areas, like Face, Figure, Boats, Horses, Village Streets, and others.
The first session will deal with an overview of Perspective Techniques and Principles. The second session will focus on Perspective Applications and case studies. From there, we will go on to Villages and Street Scenes; Drawing the Face; Drawing Figures; Boats and Coastal Scenes; then animals – Horses and Dogs. The classes are intended to be of use to people who wish to draw for its own sake or as an adjunct to painting.
Bring basic drawing materials of your choice – soft 2b or 4b pencil, 8 x 11 paper or larger, and whatever else you may wish to use.
Sessions will run from 6:30-8:30 Tuesday evenings beginning July 12 at Semiahmoo Art Center in the Visual Arts Studio (located at 14601-20 Ave, South Surrey, BC).
Cost is just $25 /session drop-in basis ($20 for Semiahmoo Arts members).
All levels welcome. Numbers are limited, so please pre-register at Semiahmoo Arts. Call the office at 604-536-8333 or use the button to register.
This is a demo I did at the Shadbolt Center at “Tony’s Art School” today. I still have to do the finishing detail touches,
I worked as a draftsman long ago. One of the techniques draftsmen learn is to apply a systematic ‘hierarchy of lineweights’ to enhance and clarify their drawings. Every draftsman learns to do this. It is important because it adds clarity and a kind of richness to drawings. You can also see it at work in comic books and skilled illustration of all kinds. There are probably several different systems for deciding on lineweights. Here is mine. I am showing it in a very simple way, but like a lot of seemingly simple things, it adds more than you would think.
CEDR 162: Perspective Drawing
This course is essential for artists, designers, illustrators and animators who wish to create convincing images of form, depth and space. Regardless of the form you work in, you will improve the impact of your work with an understanding of this powerful drawing technique. You will be guided through step-by-step exercises, moving from rough layout sketches to more carefully proportioned images of world architecture, vehicles and the human form.
These freehand sketches are typical orthographics and axonometrics one might do during design.
July 16 2016, Arch Basics In class discussion focused on the following:
1 – CONCEPT – Restate your concept and check that it has influence on the ‘plan’, not just the exterior ‘look’ or style.
2 –EXTERIOR SPACES – Identify the potential for courtyards, entry points, outdoor seating and walkways resulting from the plan form, the hard and soft landscape.
3 – CIRCULATION – Trace over your block diagram and then draw the plan to scale 1:200. Identify the circulation patterns/elements within the building.
Each person should have their plan drawn up for next class to keep the schedule. If you can also work on the section it would be valuable. We need to develop these and try to draw a 3d view in the next class.
As a Designer, you will need to understand how to draw “axonometrics” – a fairly simple way to pop a plan up into 3D – useful to get an understanding of massing/form in a project.
As a Designer, you will need to understand how to draw “orthographics”, plan-section-elevation-detail. Here is a relatively simple plan and section for discussion.