Drawing for Graphic Design
This workshop a useful insight to graphic design image making from our guest lecturer Lorenzo Madge.
The workshop demonstrates a method of using drawing as a design development tool and is particularly useful for
A level and first year degree students.
Graphic designers create stories or scenarios around the products and ideas that we want to sell or promote, so the images we make need to convey message and meaning. This workshop aims to get you thinking creatively about how to do that and sets a simple exercise that will increase your visual vocabulary.
Once you have completed the task and have prepared questions or observations, get in touch to arrange a 1 to 1 tutorial with Lorenzo via Zoom to discuss the work and it's development.
Materials and equipment used in this demonstration
Black fine line pens
Black Sharpie or similar
Black twin tipped marker - Promarker or similar
White paint pen - Posca or similar
A2 layout pad
£15 or £10 for Drawing Escapes Alumni
On receipt of payment you will receive the password to access the video. Contact Martyn here, tell us which video you're interested in, and we will send our payment details.