WSP 289 — Drawing in the City: The Presidio
Each morning will begin with an introduction and a demonstration. Topics will include the relevance of proportion, a brief look at perspective, and some thoughts about composition and finish. Although architecture will be the main focus, the landscape of the Presidio will find its way into many of the drawings. Students will work independently, and instruction will be on an individual basis. At the end of the drawing period, we will meet to share our work and to provide supportive comments.
Bring all your materials. These include sketchbook (easily portable size), pencil(s) HB and 2B wood cased or mechanical, eraser(s) white vinyl, pen(s) Micron or similar type 005, 01 and 05, a folding stool or similar seating and sun protection. It may be chilly in San Francisco, too. You may add or substitute your own materials, if you wish, but I will concentrate on those listed.
Due to its short format, this workshop may not be taken for Credit or a Letter Grade.