10×10 Step by Step

Step by Step is the seventh class in the year-long Urban Sketchers 10×10 Lisbon.

Together with instructor Pedro Loureiro, you will master a few basic composition tools, to start your sketches fearlessly. A sketch is a simplification of the visual reality, and it is, by definition, simple – provided we approach it with the right mindset. Sketching an urban landscape can seem overwhelming at first, so why not approach it step by step, and have some fun with it?

Step by Step will take place at the Escadinhas do Duque, on the hill right behind Rossio train station, in Lisbon.

Fees:
Single class – 30 eur, students 20 eur
Two classes – 50 eur, students 30 eur
Three classes – 75 eur, students 45 eur
Four classes – 100 eur, students 60 eur
Entire course – 220 eur, students 140 eur

For registering, please contact:
education@urbansketchers.org

Check out the full program in the link.

Step by Step é a sétima aula do curso anual de Urban Sketchers 10×10 Lisbon.

Com o formador Pedro Loureiro, iremos domar algumas ferramentas mentais de composição, para arrancarmos um desenho sem medo. Um desenho é uma simplificação da realidade visual, e é, por definição, simples – desde que abordado com o estado mental apropriado. Desenhar uma paisagem urbana pode ser avassalador a princípio, então porque não abordá-la passo a passo, e divertirmo-nos com o processo?

A oficina Step by Step irá ter lugar nas Escadinhas do Duque, na colina atrás da Estação do Rossio, em Lisboa.

Inscrição:
Aula avulso – 30 eur, estudantes 20 eur
Duas aulas – 50 eur, estudantes 30 eur
Três aulas – 75 eur, estudantes 45 eur
Quatro aulas – 100 eur, estudantes 60 eur
Curso inteiro – 220 eur, estudantes 140 eur

Contacto para inscrições:
education@urbansketchers.org

Consulta aqui o programa.

Author: Pedro Loureiro

I was born on the southwestern-most tip of Europe, in Lagos, Portugal. A childhood of legos and sandcastles led me to architecture school, but an adolescence of doodling drove me to sketching and later to illustration. I like to sketch, to travel and to chop vegetables into tiny manageable bits. I also like maps. The older the better!

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