One of the best parts of traveling is trying a different cuisine. And the fact is, when you’re traveling, you do end up spending a lot of time in restaurants.
That means that your travel sketchbook is the perfect place for drawing food and drink! It’s also a fun way to pass the time in a café.
And it’s not just for travel—drawing your drink, or drawing your dinner, is a great practice for everyday sketching.
In this class, I’m going to show you how to capture food and drink in real time, at the table.
That means we’ll be learning techniques to work quickly in pencil and watercolor.
We’ll practice basic geometrical shapes so you’ll already know how to draw a glass or a plate accurately before you even start.
We’ll learn about a few colors that are especially useful for drawing food and drink.
And we’ll learn a style of drawing in pencil that is whimsical and also personal to you.
This style is quick and informal, but it’s everything you need to know to capture memorable meals and those little everyday moments at the kitchen table.