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Architectural Drawing: How to Sketch Like an Architect (Part 2)

2012/01/20, by , under blog, drawing, seminar, visualization

Sketching Architecture with Joel Berman

Check out this Chicago Architectural Foundation continuing education class.

Architectural Drawing: How to Sketch Like an Architect (Part 2)

Wednesdays, February 1 – March 7 (six class sessions), 6–8:15pm

Chicago arguably has the most beautiful skyline in North America, perhaps in the world. Take your basic urban drawing skills to the next level: each week we will go to an architecturally significant building downtown, learn a formulaic color or perspective technique, and draw on site. Emphasis will be placed on loose, free hand color perspective sketches in lieu of technical drawing.

CLASS MATERIALS (please purchase before start of class)
-Color: A Course in Mastering the Art of Mixing Colors by Betty Edwards
-Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards
-One set of Prismacolor Premier soft core colored pencils (36 pencils)
-One set of Prismacolor Premier water color pencils (12 pencils)
-1 black Sharpie marker
-pencils – 4h/h/hb/b/2b/4b
-pencil sharpener
-9×12” spiral sketch pad
-OPTIONAL: Prismacolor Brush tip color markers

INSTRUCTOR Joel Berman, ALA, has his own architectural practice, Joel Berman Architecture & Design, Ltd., www.bermanarchitecture.com

COST $100 for all six sessions (CAF members); $125 for all six sessions (non-members)
all classes begin at 224 S. Michigan
AIA/CES 2 CES per session