Pool School, Cornwall

| September 16, 2008 | 1 Comment 

Plaster of Paris doesn’t respond very well to swimming and I’m missing it, so I really enjoyed immersing myself and diving headlong into a great few sessions at Pool School, Cornwall. 🙂

I really enjoyed the session with Year 7.

After yesterday’s detailed tutorial on drawing dynamic hands, try visiting Anticz for an easier, yet superb guide to drawing the human hand.

Artist, Guido Daniele has taken handart to new levels. Have a look at his animal hand art HERE.

WE WILL FINISH AND ADD SOME PICKIES TO THIS POST ASAP.

AT THE MOMENT THE HAND IS COMPLAINING ABOUT TYPING BUT, WATCH THIS SPACE.

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Jamie Hancock says:

    Fantastic Session today Tim (comma) it was great to see the whole class fully engaged and finding it so easy to (Heroic pose Booming voice) SUSPEND THEIR DISBELIEF so easily and emerse themselves in another world (full stop)

    Rest assured I will be plundering (comma) pilfering and downright plagerising lots of your ideas as soon as the opportunity arises (full stop)

    Thanks once again for a Fantabulous day (exclamation mark)

    Jamie

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