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So Far, So Good

Time to review the work completed for the first module before moving on to Module 2.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Time to review the work completed for the first module before moving on to Module 2.
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Time to review the work completed for the first module before moving on to Module 2.

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Page Edges

Page edges don’t have to be straight! Watch how Laura cuts into a sketchbook page to reveal glimpses of the image below.

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Presenter: Laura Kemshall

Page edges don't have to be straight! Watch how Laura cuts into a sketchbook page to reveal glimpses of the image below.
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Page edges don’t have to be straight! Watch how Laura cuts into a sketchbook page to reveal glimpses of the image below.

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Water-soluble Pencils

Linda demonstrates how water-soluble pencils can create drama in a simple pencil drawing.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Linda demonstrates how water-soluble pencils can create drama in a simple pencil drawing.
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Linda demonstrates how water-soluble pencils can create drama in a simple pencil drawing.

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Wire Rubbings

See how wire rubbings are such an effective technique for creating lovely linear images.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

See how wire rubbings are such an effective technique for creating lovely linear images.
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See how wire rubbings are such an effective technique for creating lovely linear images.

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Rubbing Plates

Linda demonstrates how simple card shapes can be used to make repeat pattern using a rubbing technique.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Linda demonstrates how simple card shapes can be used to make repeat pattern using a rubbing technique.
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Linda demonstrates how simple card shapes can be used to make repeat pattern using a rubbing technique.

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Adding Pages

Once you’ve made images using tracing you’ll want to insert them into your sketchbook – Laura shows you how.

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Presenter: Laura Kemshall

Once you've made images using tracing you'll want to insert them into your sketchbook - Laura shows you how.
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Once you’ve made images using tracing you’ll want to insert them into your sketchbook – Laura shows you how.

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Tracing

Laura uses tracing techniques to identify line and value in a design source photograph.

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Presenter: Laura Kemshall

Laura uses tracing techniques to identify line and value in a design source photograph.
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Laura uses tracing techniques to identify line and value in a design source photograph.

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Lifting Out

Lifting out, sometimes called reductive drawing, is a liberating technique that produces loose and atmospheric images. An ideal way to eliminate detail and focus on tonal value and form.

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Presenter: Laura Kemshall

Lifting out, sometimes called reductive drawing, is a liberating technique that produces loose and atmospheric images. An ideal way to eliminate detail and focus on tonal value and form.
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Lifting out, sometimes called reductive drawing, is a liberating technique that produces loose and atmospheric images. An ideal way to eliminate detail and focus on tonal value and form.

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Drawing

Linda demonstrates how a graphite pencil drawing can create the illusion of light and shade on the reflective surface of a spoon.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Linda demonstrates how a graphite pencil drawing can create the illusion of light and shade on the reflective surface of a spoon.
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Linda demonstrates how a graphite pencil drawing can create the illusion of light and shade on the reflective surface of a spoon.

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What Papers?

The paper you work on can affect your results quite dramatically – Linda suggests a range of different paper types you might consider to add variety to your sketchbook pages.

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Presenter: Linda Kemshall

The paper you work on can affect your results quite dramatically - Linda suggests a range of different paper types you might consider to add variety to your sketchbook pages.
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The paper you work on can affect your results quite dramatically – Linda suggests a range of different paper types you might consider to add variety to your sketchbook pages.

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Welcome

Join Linda and Laura as they welcome you to the course.

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Presenter: Linda and Laura Kemshall

Join Linda and Laura as they welcome you to the course.
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Join Linda and Laura as they welcome you to the course.

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What Pencils?

There is a confusing number of pencils in the art shop – what to buy? Laura explains the differences and why you probably need more than one.

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Presenter: Laura Kemshall

There is a confusing number of pencils in the art shop - what to buy? Laura explains the differences and why you probably need more than one.
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There is a confusing number of pencils in the art shop – what to buy? Laura explains the differences and why you probably need more than one.

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