Are you looking for a unique and fun way to learn colored pencils?
Does your ideal class include personal attention from an established colored pencil artist?
Do you want a short class? Something you can do in a month?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, my new one-month colored pencil email drawing classes are for you.
For the last year, you’ve had the option to improve your skills by taking an email drawing class. But for a lot of you, the length of the class (about nine weeks) and the cost are prohibitive.
Some of you asked for another way to get lessons. Something short-term and less expensive.
In response, I’m planning a series of short classes titled “I’ve Always Wanted to Draw….” Each class focuses on a different topic, and will last no more than 30 days. Most classes cover subjects (like clouds, kittens, or landscapes,) some cover different drawing methods, and some focus on using different pencils or papers.
What the Classes Include
These classes include many of the perks of the longer-term classes.
Feedback from me
Lots of tips
The opportunity to vote on future class projects
What Makes These Classes Unique from My Other Email Drawing Classes
Each class will be offered only once. Once a particular topic is covered in a particular way, it will not be revisited.
Limited in length. The longest class will last only five weeks. Most will be four weeks or less.
Low cost. Only $20 per class.
No limit on the number of students who can join class. That’s why the tuition is so low.
After the conclusion of each class, I’ll compile lessons into an ebook, which students receive for free. Ebooks will be added to my growing collection of art books and will be available for general sale.
When Does All this Start?
I hope to have the first class ready to go by August 1. The tentative subject is drawing clouds, but other details are yet to be determined.
Reader Suggestions for Future I’ve Always Wanted to Draw Classes
The following topics have been suggested for future classes. If you have a favorite topic, let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
If you’re interested in one of the following topics, let me know that, too. Future classes will be determined by reader popularity. Vote in the comments below.
Suggested Class Topics
Colorful river rocks viewed under water
Glass, such as old, colored bottles