Bruce Bondy's Freehand Drawing & Visualization Workshop #2 will now take place on Friday, May 20th. For those who have already registered for Workshop #2 originally scheduled for April 18th, APA-CMS will contact you individually to provide a full refund and opportunity to register for the workshop on the new May 20th date. Save the date for Part 3 on June 17th [RESCHEDULED FROM JUNE 20]. Separate registration to follow.
Freehand Drawing & Visualization Workshop #2
A series of three workshops taught by an award winning Architectural Illustrator is for design professionals looking to develop fundamental drawing skills. Whether a novice at drawing or a veteran seeking to hone your chops you will learn to draw with the confidence to illustrate your ideas and communicate more effectively with clients and colleagues. The workshop is a hands-on experience with group instruction, demos, and one-on-one coaching feedback. You will come away energized and excited about drawing and with the tools to develop your visualization skills in your professional practice. Part 2 (Friday, May 20, 2016) Perspective Drawing and Introduction to Quick Sketch Techniques. Topics covered:
Introduction to perspective
Understanding how we see in perspective
Skills using perspective fundamentals: horizon line, vanishing points, 1-2-3 point perspective
How to create form using shade and shadow
Reflectivity and transparency
How to design in perspective using photos or sketchup massing models as your base
Introduction to quick sketch and abbreviated drawing techniques
WHEN: Friday, May 20, 2016 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM WHERE: CMAP, 233 S Wacker Dr #800, Chicago, IL 60606 COST: $65 per session to be paid online prior to workshop to guarantee registration. Payments will be accepted at the door as space permits (cash or check written out to APA-CMS). REGISTER: www.cms-illustration-wkshp2.eventbrite.com QUESTIONS: For program questions, please contact the CMS Board at firstname.lastname@example.org CM CREDITS: Four (4.00) AICP CM credits pending for each session MATERIALS: Favorite pens, pencils and a straightedge for finding vanishing points on an 11 x 17 sheet.