Stephanie Bower


Stephanie Bower | Architectural Illustration: www.stephaniebower.com | Sketching Workshops: www.stephaniebower.com | Sketches: https://www.instagram.com/stephanieabower/ & http://www.flickr.com/photos/83075812@N07/ | Urban Sketchers Blog Correspondent www.urbansketchers.org | Signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Countdown to Monday! Free class to one person!

The countdown starts!  
This Monday, October 12, "PERSPECTIVE FOR SKETCHERS" will be available online!

One lucky person will win the class for free -- to register for the drawing, click here !
You have till Sunday night, I'll announce the winner on Monday.

On Monday, I'll post a link on this blog where you can sign up for the class at a discount, so stay tuned...



If you don't know them already, Craftsy classes are amazing.  People all over the world take their online video classes...
     you can watch from anywhere on your computer or tablet,
     you can start and stop whenever you want, 
     you can watch as many times as you want, and 
     I'll be available to answer questions online as well!  It is a really great class!

We'll cover perspective basics and a simple three-step process for sketching accurate and quick perspective on-location.  We go to three on-location sites out and about in Denver.  

You don't have to fear perspective, it's not rocket science!  It's easy when you know what to look for...





11 comments:

  1. I can't wait! I may be the first person to watch this. And I know from personal experience that this will be great.

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    1. Shari, thank you so very much!!!! I hope everyone will sign up for your class as well, it's amazing to watch you work~~

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  2. Looking forward to it. BTW, I like that little coroplast sketch board. I read about cutting a hole for the water container.

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    1. HI Kate, I have found that little system so functional for traveling and painting! I bought the plastic at Home Depot, cut it to a size that worked, and yes, also cut a hole for a prescription bottle to hold water while I paint. The rim on those bottles helps hold the container in place. Maybe I'll start a trend! Folks in Singapore really liked it... :)

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    2. I saw it somewhere on someone else's blog. I have a board cut and a hole for the same bottle! Haven't tried it yet.

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  3. I love Craftsy, and I love your work. I started following you during the Urban Sketchers Symposium. I've been terrible about not commenting, but will surely see you in class---winner or not!

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    1. Thank you so much, Karen! I hope you learn a lot in the class--be sure to let me know what you think...I've poured 25 years of teaching college drawing and sketching classes to architects and designers into this Craftsy class!

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  5. Open, open open! It's 0700 PDT and I've searched the Craftsy site. It's not there yet. I AM over eager!

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    1. Hi Pilgrim, thank you so much for taking the class, and I'm so glad you are enjoying it! Thanks also for taking the time to post this comment, it's much appreciated!

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