Q. Who is The Sketchbook Series workshops for?
A. The Sketchbook Series was initially designed for creative professionals in the events industry, but has been embraced by interior designers, students, and so many others wanting to learn this useful tool! If you're an event designer, planner, florist, baker, designer, or just love being creative and want to learn how to sketch, this class is for you! The Sketchbook Series was designed to offer students the ability to communicate their unique ideas through sketching and to leave inspired! If there is content that you'd like to see, don't hesitate to let us know!
Q. I have little to no experience drawing, is this class for me?
A. Yes, Absolutely! Our instructors take you step by step through each lesson. We aim for our workshops to feel comfortable, inviting, and promote a space filled with no judgments (especially from ourselves.) We understand that learning a new skill or trade can be intimidating sometimes but sketching for us is all about being creative and having fun! Many students in class start off as beginners, but by the end – everyone is sure to feel energized and confident in their ability to sketch! The workshops highly encourages group collaboration so everyone is very friendly, helpful, and supportive.
Q. Why do you have 1 and 2 day options?
A. After touring and offering our 1 day (level 1A) workshops, we received an overwhelming response to offer 2 days (level 1A+1B). We thought it was a great way for those wanting to learn more to offer both days and for those that have already taken last year’s session to have an option to take level 1B. Ultimately, we wanted our attendees both past and present to get the most out of their time with The Sketchbook Series.
Q. I have a lot of experience sketching, is this class for me?
A. While we would love for everyone to take our class, our class is designed for introductory level attendees and anyone who is interested in the creative process.
Q. What will I take away from taking the class?
- Fundamentals of sketching as it relates to the events industry world
- Quick tips on creating different textures
- Pencil pressure & line weights
- Scale, proportion, depth perception
- 2D vs. 3D objects
- Perspective drawing Use of blending with suggested brand markers
- Leave feeling inspired
- Connect with other creative professionals
- Supportive & collaborative environment
Q. Will class materials be provided?
A. You will not need to purchase any materials prior to class—a sketch-kit will be provided for each attendee to keep. We will be sharing a class set of markers for students to share but you are more than welcome to purchase your own set of recommended brand markers to use for the class. We highly encourage, if you plan on developing your skills outside of the workshop, to invest in your own set of markers and art supplies. Upon signing up for the class, if you have questions on what recommended markers we suggest, please feel free to inquire via email@example.com.
Q. What is your cancellation/transfer policy?
A. Once you have enrolled in class, there are no refunds under any circumstances. We know that things come up, so if you cannot attend you are allowed to transfer your ticket, but you will need to find your replacement and email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you are able.
If you need to make a city switch, there is $75 switch fee and must be taken in the same calendar year.
If the instructor has to cancel, we do everything in our power to send in a replacement instructor. But if class must be cancelled, you will receive your refund within 14 days of cancellation. There are no refunds on loss of flight, accommodations, or anything outside of the class fee. We will notify all attendees with as much notice as possible.
Do you still have a question that hasn't been answered? Contact us directly at email@example.com