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07-05-2013, 04:39 PM
Observational Drawing is fundamental to learning how to see and how this impacts your drawing skills.

Perhaps you are a student that enjoys drawing varied subjects but now desire to explore deeper. Learn techniques from Betti Pettinati-Longinotti for drawing varied subject matter from observation.

Are you looking for new possibilities to strengthen and challenge your drawing ability? This online drawing course will provide skills and insights to help you create drawings, which apply working directly from life.

Designed as an intermediate course for artists who would like to build on their basic understanding of drawing.

Start Date: July 9, 2013
Tuition: $149.99
Instructor: Betti Pettinati-Longinotti
Course Length: 4 weeks

Register Now (http://www.artistsnetworkuniversity.com/courses/observational-drawing)

Course Materials (included in tuition):
How to See, How to Draw (PDF download) Retail: $29.99
Start Sketching and Drawing Now by Grant Fuller(PDF download) Retail: $22.99
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner by Mark and Mary Willenbrink (eBook) Retail: $19.99
[3] Instructional videos from Betti Pettinati-Longinotti

What You’ll Learn:
Using essential tools and materials
Tips for using and understanding drawing from observation
Learning to see as it applies to drawing varied subject matter
Varied techniques for drawing from life

Who should take this course:
Artists with a basic understanding and skill with drawing, that would like to increase their understanding and expertise in drawing from observation.
Experienced artists that would like to broaden their technique in drawing still life, landscape and portraits.

ART SUPPLIES YOU’LL NEED:
A range of drawing pencils of the B family
Color pencils, pack of a variety of colors
White plastic eraser
Kneaded eraser
Workable fixative
Hand-held pencil sharpener
Sketchbook or hardbound journal
Drawing paper- 16 x 20”, white drawing paper- Suggested, Strathmore; Canson, Rives, Bienfang or another good printmaking paper
Canson paper (for drawing with colored pencil)
Stumps, blenders, tortillions are optional
18 x 24” or larger Drawing Board

Learn More and Enroll Here (http://www.artistsnetworkuniversity.com/courses/observational-drawing)