Drawing workshops at Freestylr Tatto Studio

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Drawing workshops at Freestylr Tatto Studio

REALISM DRAWING for ADVANCED TATTOOING:

Cost: $100
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One of the most difficult skills to master as an artist is realism. When it comes to tattooing, a skilled realistic tattoo artist can apply this knowledge to virtually any subject or style, ensuring their services are kept in high demand.

The Charles Bargue method, is a method of teaching realism drawing that anyone can learn, regardless of previous art experience.

The goal in this workshop is to help students to improve their observational skills and learn to deconstruct complex visual information into large and small forms and shadows and light.

This hands-on learning is a 2.5 hour workshop thought by award-winning artist Gerry O'Donnell. Gerry studied Academic drawing and painting at the Edinburgh School of Realist Art and has studied with some of the great masters of academic drawing and painting such as Juliette Aristides.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Be introduced to the Charles Bargue Method
  • Acquire an understanding of shape, proportion, value and form using one-to-one ratio and comparative measure
  • Leave feeling inspired to draw and to continue developing your realism skills

Join us in store for this three-hour workshop with up to 8 participants. Bookings are essential and payments are non-refundable. Please note: Times and dates are subject to change.

WORKSHOP LOCATION:
Freestylr Tattoo Studio
Westfield Helensvale Shopping Centre (Near Woolworths)

Book here.

DRAWING FOR TATTOOS WORKSHOP:

Cost: $100
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Drawing for tattoos is about more than just putting ideas on paper. It's about creating something that is transferrable to skin; something that is going to look great on skin as it ages, is readable from a distance and compliments a persons body. Take the first step to creating beautiful body art.

This hands-on learning consists of 2x two hour workshops.

In Drawing for Tattoos Workshop Part 1, you will learn:

  • What makes a design 'tattooable' and how to overcome the most common challenges of skin as an art medium
  • How to recognise basic shapes within a design
  • How to structure your tattoo designs
  • The basics of sketching

In Drawing for Tattoos Workshop Part 2, you will learn:
1. Basic concepts of art theory including: contrast, values, composition and texture.
2. How these concepts integrate with, relate to and are important in tattoo designs.

Join us in store for two intimate two hour workshops with up to 8 participants. Bookings are essential and payments are non-refundable. Please note: Times and dates are subject to change.

WORKSHOP LOCATION:
Freestylr Tattoo Studio
Westfield Helensvale Shopping Centre (Near Woolworths)

Book here.

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