2 November 2022 - 23 November 202210:00 - 12:00 GMT
Member: £295 + VAT
(Early booking £265 + VAT)
Standard: £395 + VAT
(Early booking £355 + VAT)
available until one month prior
Wednesday 2 November, 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
Wednesday 9 November, 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
Wednesday 16 November, 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
Wednesday 23 November, 10:00 - 12:00 GMT
Engineers and designers, including product designers, architects and set designers, who are seeking 2D and 3D strategies to help visualise spatial concepts.
This course is suitable for all, including non-sketchers, rusty practitioners, and those who sketch frequently but want to make drawings of a higher standard, possibly for use in presentations. Participants will be sent worksheets before the course, which will enable you to practise sketching before you attend. You will leave with another set to help you keep practising.
Trevor Flynn is Director of Drawing at Work and founder of The Drawing Gym. He teaches drawing at University College London and runs the architectural and spatial drawing module of the Architectural Association foundation course. Trevor is a visiting lecturer at the School of Architecture at the University of Bath and is a drawing instructor in several architectural and engineering offices.
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