To that end, I am teaching two workshops here in Seattle. The May workshop promoted through Urban Sketchers is full with a short waiting list, but virtually the same workshop March 4-5-6 is wide open! So if you are interested, please let me know ASAP! A percentage of your tuition for both workshops will go to UrbanSketchers.org.
The Good Bones workshop teaches one day of perspective basics (you'll learn how to start a sketch, the first lines to put on your paper in three simple steps) and a second day of watercolor basics.
In the morning, we meet in a classroom at the famous Pike Place Market, and in the afternoon, we apply what we learned by sketching out in the Market! It seems to work really well.
The third day is technically optional, but it's a great thing to do as it's the day where the perspective linework and the watercolor come together when we sketch at the lovely King Street train station in the International District here in Seattle. Then, we can go for lunch at Uwajimaya!
Cost of the workshop is $200--and it looks like I'm buying everyone my favorite sketchbook, the Pentalic Aqua Journal...a party favor!
If you are interested in joining the workshop, please contact me asap at firstname.lastname@example.org.