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Applying The Animation Principles To Sketching The Human Figure

3 Hour On-site Figure Drawing Workshop with Mike Wiesmeier!

Teacher Artwork by Mike Wiesmeier

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Applying The Animation Principles To Sketching The Human Figure

This dynamic workshop bridges the gap between animation principles and figure drawing, offering students a unique approach to sketching the human form. Throughout the class, students will learn how to apply key animation principles such as squash and stretch, anticipation, and follow-through to create lively, expressive figure drawings. Through a mix of theoretical lessons, practical exercises, and real-time demonstrations, students will enhance their understanding of movement, weight, and anatomy, resulting in more dynamic and compelling sketches.  


Please note that this workshop is a live, in-person event!  This event will not be recorded so if you can't make it then you won't be able to participate.


Note: This workshop will be offered on-site Cestar Collège - Syn Studio, 3440 Ontario St E, Montreal, QC H1W 1P9

Workshop Timing: Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM, EST, Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)

Workshop Date: August 9th

Duration: 3 Hours


Event Date and Time: Friday, August 9th from 6 PM to 9 PM

Tickets are limited and are priced at $35 CAD each. The tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

Spaces are limited to a maximum of 25 people.

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