Month: December 2020

Week Starting 14th December – Basic Perspective

This week we will be looking at several types of linear perspective. The basic requirements for creating a perspective drawing are: A horizon line Vanishing Points Lines that go to the vanishing points Other lines that connect between the lines mentioned above. One Point Perspective Here is a basic example of 1 point perspective, drawing …

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Using Basic Shapes

Week Starting 7th December – Breaking down a drawing into shapes – Part 1

This week we will look at breaking objects down into basic shapes. We can construct a drawing by using these basic shapes to create a structure. Creating a structure for your drawing from basic shapes will help you concentrate on the scale and proportions of the object. It helps ensure that your object fits on …

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Power of Positivity

Webinar – Positive Psychology or The Power of Positive Thinking – 12th December

While it feels very important to develop a positive mindset , various researched work  has also shown that having a positive outlook can give you more confidence, improve your mood, and even reduce the likelihood of developing conditions such as hypertension, and other stress-related disorders. Why not join us for the next webinar where we discuss what …

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short summer walks

Short Walks group

Updated 22nd July 2021 The group meets up outside St. Mary’s, at 10:45am each Monday morning for an 11 o’clock start. The walk takes approximately 90 mintes. Please remember to follow any guidelines given by volunteers, dress for the weather and bring a drink of water with you. If you would like to join the …

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