We are pleased to share our latest free art remote class. We are 40 weeks into our free art camp.
This week, we are teaching kids how to draw themselves as a super hero using a simpler style of drawing (Chibi style). In addition to this, we are teaching our students how to draw Focus the autistic super hero with friends in Beaverton. In this class you will learn about the importance of composition, pencil drawing and character design. You will create a pencil sketch of yourself as super hero. You will also learn how to draw Focus the autistic super hero, his elk, Beaver friend in Beaverton. Beaverton is a city with a lot of beautiful landscapes, trees and wildlife. This is a fun class that will leave you feeling empowered and connected with nature.
Many thanks to Yvonne Wan, for leading and filming the class this week.
What you will need for this class: Paper, pencil & eraser.
Class duration: 40 minutes to 60 minutes depending on the child’s abilities.
Here are a few pictures of todays classes on zoom:
Many thanks to the City of Beaverton Art Council for commissioning this Special Beaverton class for the betterment of community, art culture and child welfare. Next week: You will learn how to ink and color this piece.