Just a heads up, my last session of my online class “Drawing Practice: Drawing Live Subjects in Public” closes registration on June 6.
When you register there are some open lessons with information on supplies and such. The first lesson opens on June 7 and the class runs for a month with new lessons every Sunday and Wednesday.
There is daily homework and class can be intense, but it will also help you build your daily drawing habit and silence your internal critic. And yes, because this is a pandemic students will need to be creative about where they find live subjects. (No drawing from photos in this class.) But I have several helpful suggestions about that; and there are also suggestions for a variety of still-life subjects that will give you the three dimensional challenge so essential to learning to draw from live subjects.
The registration page includes a link for a downloadable supply list. Please understand, however, that you can do the entire class with nothing more than a stack of bond copier paper and a pencil. Lack of supplies is a non-issue, or rather it’s one your internal critic would like you to buy into.