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Charcoal Drawing Course

The very essence of mastering art through Drawing lies in acquiring the skills and techniques required in Charcoal Drawing. Among all the dry mediums used for Drawing, Charcoal Drawing is the necessary basis for the entire scope of Art Fundamentals. Learning to draw with Charcoal enables you to amass the essential and broadest field of Art applications both in Basic and Advanced Art Fundamentals which requires using intuitive sensitivity towards Tonal Ranging, Sizing and Visual Depth Sensibilities. Art Is Art lessons in Charcoal Drawing helps actualize and epitomise every aspect of this course of Art study.

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All face-to-face lessons are paused for the moment. Contact us if you are interested in online zoom courses.


$180 for 4 classes
(Excluding materials)


Progressive and customised
to each individual's pace.

Commencement Dates

Every Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun

Time Slots

Wed: 2 - 5pm, 6/7pm - 10pm
Thu: 3.30pm - 6.30pm, 7pm - 10pm
Fri: 11am - 2pm, 2pm - 5pm
Sat, Sun: 2.30pm - 5.30pm, 5.30pm - 8.30pm

Slots are subject to availability.

* Lessons are exclusively by appointment only. We do not take walk-in enquiries.

Applicable to all courses

Safe Management Measures

Wear mask at all times
Temperature screening before entry
Scan QR code to enter studio
1m safe distancing
Disinfecting before and after class
Ventilated studio


Anyone with an interest in developing fundamental skills in drawing and painting. No background is required.

Course Materials

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Course Curriculum

Drawing essentials that you will learn:

  • Traditional Thinking
  • Modern Methods
  • Realism Rationale
  • Improve Intuition
  • Direct Depiction
  • Sight Sizing
  • Relative Ratio
  • Proportion Perception
  • Tonal Techniques
  • Texture and Tone
  • Blend and Blendability
  • Depth in Details
  • Reductive Representations
  • Material Manipulation
  • Overlapping Observation
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