Alvin Mark Tan is a full-time artist from Singapore. He is also part-timer lecturer at La Salle College of the Arts in Singapore. He was formerly trained in Graphic Design, Advertising, Documentary Making and Animation, and has been doing traditional art in the last 10 years. His commission works include wall murals, portraits and still lifes. He loves studying and capturing the planet around him using inks, watercolours and oil paints, and frequently vlogs about his art journeys.
Many of us get the jitters when trying to draw the human figure. In this workshop, participants will gain confidence in drawing people, especially when sketching them on location. A three-step systematic approach will be taught to help participants navigate through sketching a human figure. Half the session will be dedicated to understanding basic anatomy, and how to keep the figures in proportion. The rest of the time will be drawing from a live model.
Sketchbook or paper (A4 size) and drawing materials (pencil, pen, fountain pen, markers, etc)
A monitor screen so I can connect my MacBook Pro for the lecture part for all to see