RIGHT BRAIN DRAWING
*Book required - “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” by Betty Edwards. You can find this book on Amazon for around $12. There is a workbook to this book, however, it is not necessary to purchase for the class. You will be given many handouts.
Drawing pad 9”x12” nothing smaller, or 11”X14” is fine too.
Masking tape (or painter’s blue tape)
#2 pencil or drawing pencils, preferably without an eraser a white rectangular eraser you hold mirror (Small rectangular or square, not round.) Highlighter (to highlight book) Pigma Pen (any small, soft felt tip marker will do) Sharpie Marker, normal sized small pencil sharpener Hand Sanitizer-small, travel size bottle
If you’d like to learn basic portraiture in charcoal, after I demonstrate in class, purchase these supplies.
I will explain all supplies so you will have no doubt on what to purchase, do NOT purchase the supplies below until you SEE what to use and how to use it.
2 Sheets of Canson paper, light gray colors, light flesh colors, or light blues...no white, no black, no deep colors. Foam board large enough to fit a full piece of Canson Paper OR...a large drawing board with clips.
Vine Or Willow Charcoal sticks
General’s Charcoal pencils (comes in a pack of three or four, including the white, you’ll want to get that, and usually it has a kneaded eraser too.
Face image(s) from a magazine, no children and no relatives please. There’s a reason for this! Get as close to a full page as possible or at least the size of your hand.