Design Drawing for Makers
Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 4:00 PM - Sunday, August 18, 2013 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
Somerville, United States
Drawing is the foundation of many design principles -- it can help you to simplify complex spatial problems by putting them to paper, or iterate a better form factor for a new product. In this four-week course we will demystify drawing and break it down into its essential components to give students the skills to clearly communicate their 3D concepts in a 2D format.
Students will develop the following skills and understand the following concepts:
- Thumbnail Sketching
- Line Drawing
- Color and Composition
- Moleskine Sketchbook
- Black Pen
- Black Marker
- White Pen
- White Pencil 2B
- Drawing Pencil 2B
- Mechanical Pencil 2B Lead
- Light Gray Marker
- Dark Gray Marker
- Blue Pen
What to Bring:
Students should bring any drawing materials they particularly like to use.
Andrew Edman received his BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts. He has worked as a fabricator and project manager, frequently using drawing as a tool of communication. He currently runs a design and fabrication shop with his business partner.
Session 1: Sunday, July 28, 4PM - 6PM
Session 2: Sunday, August 4, 4PM - 6PM
Session 3: Sunday, August 11, 4PM - 6PM
Session 4: Sunday, August 18, 4PM - 6PM
REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than three days in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form.
CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.
When & Where
Artisan's Asylum, Inc.
Artisan's Asylum is a community fabrication and makerspace near Union Square, Somerville MA, that is dedicated to making creativity a way of life. It does this by maintaining a community workshop, training its members in the use of all of its professional-grade equipment, and hosting events promoting the learning and practicing of craft and creative expression.