Online Exploring Ink

Julian Vilarrubi
£95

Julian Vilarrubi is delighted to be able to offer you an opportunity to join his class online! This course explores using ink in all it manifestations as a material for drawing and painting. You will work from still life set-ups that the tutor has prepared in his studio as well as a life model in the final session. Ink is a seemingly basic medium which can be used in a myriad of expressive ways. This course will introduce you to the ideas and methods of working which will take your ink work into new and unexplored areas.

Suitable for all levels including beginners.

The course will be delivered via Zoom, each session will begin and end via a group chat. Throughout the session members of the group will be able to post comments, ask questions and share images of their work via Zoom. Julian will also provide one to one feedback as you work on your drawings.

Once signed up, you will be added to the Zoom meeting and Julian will guide you from there.

Zoom

In order to take part in the course you will need to make sure you have the following in place:

  • Internet connection
  • A smart phone or laptop/computer with the camera enabled
  • An email address to receive the link to the Zoom group chat (you don’t need a login)

You can use a laptop or computer to access Zoom on a larger scale than a smart phone. You can find out more about this online platform here: Zoom

You will also need the following materials to take part in this course:

  • Ink – Indian and Quink (black)
  • Brushes – a minimum of 3 soft round acrylic brushes or equivalent. Preferred sizes: 4, 8, 12, 18 or as near as possible.
  • Dipping pen and a minimum of 3 detachable nibs: fine, medium and large tips
  • Container for water and a container/palette to mix washes
  • Tissue paper
  • 8 sheets of A2 or A3 standard cartridge paper, loose or in a block
  • Masking tape
  • Bleach

You will also need a quiet corner in which to work.

Julian studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, London where he won the Richard Ford Award for travel in Spain. He has made landscape paintings based on travels throughout Europe and Russia. He works en plein air as well as in the studio and drawing underpins all his work. In the last four years he has been focusing on working from the figure using an iPad and he considers this approach to be as valid as any traditional method. For him the iPad offers a whole range of exciting possibilities for the artist. He lives in Brighton where he works in his studio, undertakes commissions and teaches drawing and painting.

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Julian Vilarrubi is delighted to be able to offer you an opportunity to join his class online! This course explores using ink in all it manifestations as a material for drawing and painting. You will work from still life set-ups that the tutor has prepared in his studio as well as a life model in the final session. Ink is a seemingly basic medium which can be used in a myriad of expressive ways. This course will introduce you to the ideas and methods of working which will take your ink work into new and unexplored areas.

Suitable for all levels including beginners.

The course will be delivered via Zoom, each session will begin and end via a group chat. Throughout the session members of the group will be able to post comments, ask questions and share images of their work via Zoom. Julian will also provide one to one feedback as you work on your drawings.

Once signed up, you will be added to the Zoom meeting and Julian will guide you from there.

Zoom

In order to take part in the course you will need to make sure you have the following in place:

  • Internet connection
  • A smart phone or laptop/computer with the camera enabled
  • An email address to receive the link to the Zoom group chat (you don’t need a login)

You can use a laptop or computer to access Zoom on a larger scale than a smart phone. You can find out more about this online platform here: Zoom

You will also need the following materials to take part in this course:

  • Ink – Indian and Quink (black)
  • Brushes – a minimum of 3 soft round acrylic brushes or equivalent. Preferred sizes: 4, 8, 12, 18 or as near as possible.
  • Dipping pen and a minimum of 3 detachable nibs: fine, medium and large tips
  • Container for water and a container/palette to mix washes
  • Tissue paper
  • 8 sheets of A2 or A3 standard cartridge paper, loose or in a block
  • Masking tape
  • Bleach

You will also need a quiet corner in which to work.

Julian studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, London where he won the Richard Ford Award for travel in Spain. He has made landscape paintings based on travels throughout Europe and Russia. He works en plein air as well as in the studio and drawing underpins all his work. In the last four years he has been focusing on working from the figure using an iPad and he considers this approach to be as valid as any traditional method. For him the iPad offers a whole range of exciting possibilities for the artist. He lives in Brighton where he works in his studio, undertakes commissions and teaches drawing and painting.

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