Cross Hatch Shading in Pencil and Ink
ages 18+ | limit 8 students | 1day
- Starts Oct 28Starts Oct 28
- 70 US dollars$70
- 200 East Saint John Street
Crosshatching is a technique that utilizes parallel or random intersecting lines to shade an illustration. The denser the line spacing, the darker your object will appear. Hatching can create subtle as well as bold shading. We’ll start with the basics, progress to a simple still life then spend most of the class developing a portrait of your choice. SUPPLIES: Students can purchase a SAM Supply Kit for this workshop or purchase the following materials on their own. If you would like to order a Supply Kit, please email Charlotte Hutson at firstname.lastname@example.org materials: 1. Black Permanent Marker (Suggest Staedtler Pemanent Liner 0.3) 2. 2B Drawing Pencil 3. Beinfang Graphics 360 Pad, 14x17 (1 pad for whole class)
If we do not meet minimum registration, class will be cancelled and students will be given a full refund. If registration occurred through our website, refunds will be issued through PayPal/Square minus a small PayPal/Square administration fee. Otherwise, a check will be mailed to you in approximately two weeks. If a student has to withdraw from a class five or more working days before the class is scheduled to begin, a refund will be issued minus a SAM $20 administrative fee. If a student withdraws from a class five working days or less before a class is scheduled to begin, the class fee will not be refunded.
Spartanburg Art Museum, 200 East Saint John Street, Spartanburg, SC, USA