Week 6: The Final Project


Found this quote this week, and I love it. Keep it in mind whenever you struggle mastering a new concept or technique-or art!



Aaaaaand…it’s 1 am again!

A series of house showings and behind-the-scenes storage issues has swallowed my time.  But apparently, what I need to do is stay up late one night a week and write while listening to a good Pandora mix playing.

Here is Week 6, and I hope it helps.

As the time moves on, I’ve had some requests for things to do with the Great Artists (and I love telling stories about artists and composers, just ask my director!)  So I will start there with a couple of things from last year, and quickly moving on to this year so I don’t leave anyone high and dry!

Good luck my fellow tutors, and check back for more art projects, or stories about art!

Don’t forget to like my facebook page to get updates as I post or find things about art and how to draw.

And if you have any questions about art or techniques, just e-mail or comment here.

Good luck fellow tutors!

UPDATE: 9 am.  After a few hours of sleep, I looked over the tutorial again.  There were some really bad grammatical errors, particularly on the first page (not where you want them, if you have to have them…).  So I did some editing and cleaning.  While I’m sure my editor, Jeni Harshman, could find plenty more, at least the worst ones are removed.  Sorry about that!


2 Comments on “Week 6: The Final Project

September 29, 2016 at 11:48 PM

This was the most amazing and enlightening art series! I can’t thank you enough for posting them! I’ve been a part of CC going on 6 years and this is the first year I’ve had drawing click for me. Explaining by breaking down then building up each concept has convinced me that everyone can be creative. I’ve seen incredible drawings by students (and parents!) this year, and surprised myself with what I was able to do.

Lisa Ladwig
October 9, 2016 at 9:53 PM

This is my first year as a tutor and these helps have been such a huge blessing to me (and my students and their parents too)! Thank you so much for taking the time to explain things so well for us!


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