July 24, 2017

Graham Braddock – How to Draw Cartoons and Animation

 

Cartoons and Animation Part 1

How to Draw Cartoon Faces

Drawing faces and figures comes very naturally to almost all children (in many cases, prior to their learning writing skills).

They can also discover the fun of acting and creating faces that express character and emotion.

This helps children to think and draw creatively and confidently – a valuable skill that can then transfer into other subject areas.

Cartoons & Animation Part 2

How to Draw Cartoon Figures

Children are introduced to inventing cartoon characters. They also gain some understanding of how to put life and movement (animation) into the characters that they create.

Learning the art of visual story telling can add interest and a wonderful extra dimension to children’s written work.

 

Presented by well known professional artist –

Graham Braddock

Graham’s Workshops have inspired many thousands of NZ children with a simple, step by step approach to drawing. Your child will learn valuable practical skills, gain increased confidence and will create drawings to be proud of.

 

Further details on Graham’s website:  www.grahambraddock.co.nz

 

THE GRAHAM BRADDOCK DRAWING WORKSHOP

THIS FRIDAY 13TH MAY


Due to miscommunication notice of this year’s workshop has come upon us at very short notice!  We apologise for this and hope that you are still able to come to this year’s exciting workshop on ‘Cartooning’.

 

VENUE: Reformed Church, 541 Ruahine St; Palmerston North

 

DATE: Friday 13th May
TIME: 10:30 – 12:15 – first workshop on “Cartoon Faces”

12:15 – 1:00 – Lunch

1:00 – 2:45 – second workshop on “Cartoon Figures”
COST:              For both workshops:

$10 per student for DCA (MHE) members
$13 per student for non members
AGE: 7yrs up. If parents want to participate they need to pay the fee. However if you are helping a young child there is no fee.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: 6B sketching pencils, a black marker and a book or something similar (at least A4 size) to use as a drawing surface. Two sheets of white paper will be provided for each student.

Tea & Coffee will be provided for the adults but please make sure your children have their own drinks and everyone provides their own lunch.

To Register- Email Antoinette KOOL@slingshot.co.nz

 

When registering please let me know if you are a Dayspring (MHE) member or not. Payment is on the day and cheques are acceptable and should be made out to Manawatu Home Educators.

 

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