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Drawing Ideas: Developing Your Sketchbook
9 Weeks | $295 | In-Class

Drawing in your sketchbook regularly is one of the best ways to improve your drawing skills and to exercise your creativity, as well as develop and record ideas for larger drawings and paintings. Great ideas spring from sincere observation of the world around us. Classes will meet weekly to draw in a variety of locations. Weekly assignments between classes will help maintain your momentum. One final drawing or painting will be assigned, using any element observed in your sketchbook. Instruction includes demonstrations as well as individual and group critiques.

Quarters Offered: Spring | In-Class
Course Fee: $295
Prerequisite: Drawing I: Focus on Perception (ART-40166) or equivalent experience.
Materials: First class meeting bring any drawing tools: pencils, pens, charcoal, or conte crayons. Spiral-bound sketchbook, 9x12 inches or larger.
Note: Elective for Art and the Creative Process professional certificate. 
Contact: For more information about this course, please email ahl@ucsd.edu.

Course Number: ART-40447
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Art and the Creative ProcessChildren’s Book Illustration