Gettin’ Sketchy: Season 7
About Gettin’ Sketchy – Season 7…
Gettin’ Sketchy Live is an original live broadcast. The goal is produce a sketch within 45 minutes while providing art instruction and entertainment. This season features drawings of landscapes, portraiture, animals, cars and vehicles, and still life. Mediums include gouache, colored pencils, graphite, charcoal, pastels, charcoal and inks.
Episode 1: Jellyfish Drawing
In this episode, we create a mixed-media drawing of a jellyfish on colored Mi-Teintes paper using gouache and pastels.
Episode 2: Pencil Landscape
In this episode, we draw a landscape with graphite pencils on white drawing paper.
Episode 3: Pastel Landscape
In this episode, we draw a landscape of a setting sun overlooking sand dunes with pastels on toned paper.
Episode 4: Car Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a classic car (BMW) with an interesting composition using colored pencils.
Episode 5: Lime Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a a lime slice with colored pencils, markers and gouache on yellow-green paper.
Episode 6: Portrait Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a portrait with colored pencils from a black and white photo reference.
Episode 7: Lightbulb Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a light bulb with markers, white inks, and ink pens on gray toned paper.
Episode 8: Snail Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a snail with pen and ink on white drawing paper.
Episode 9: Motorcycle Drawing
In this live episode, we draw a motorcycle and rider with white charcoal on black drawing paper.
Episode 10: Architecture Drawing
In this live episode, we draw architecture – and architectural landscape with charcoal on white drawing paper.
Episode 11: Season 7 Review and Critique
In this live episode, we look back on the drawings we created during Season 7 and quickly critique each piece. We also choose our favorites and encourage you to choose your favorites as well.
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