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Gandhi Bazaar Independence Day Sketchwalk | Plan The Unplanned

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Thu, 15 Aug 10:30AM - 1:30PM
Gandhi Bazaar , south bangalore
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Come learn to sketch, this is a fun way of exploring Bengaluru city. We will be walking around the Gandhi Bazaar Area which is in the heart of Old. This workshop is the Kickstarter to all those who think they can't draw or even the ones who have been drawing for a while and want to explore and learn further. Here we learn how to compose, draw natural surroundings, buildings and other landmarks of Bengaluru city with ease. You will learn how to create free-flowing sketches, use pen and watercolor and keep a journal. 

We will start this Independence Day Sketchwalk by a short introduction to sketching, the value of sketching and how it can help in our fast-paced day to day lives and how it can be used for documenting our travels, thoughts and more.

We will meet in front of Roti Ghar Gandhi Bazaar and sketch the market in front which is a beautiful part of old Bangalore, that still retains some of the Old Bangalore charms. The market is always bustling with people and vendors 

The sketch walk will start with the market place, first with a pencil than with a pen and then you will learn to use watercolors. We will head out into the surroundings and try and capture the many sights while ending the sketch walk with the famous Davanagere Benne Dosa and Filter Coffee and then you can head out to the Lal Bagh Botanical gardens where the flower show will be on display.

 In this Sketchwalk Workshop, you will learn the basic techniques in observation and eliminating unwanted details and concentrating on the subject. You will learn basic drawing and watercolor techniques. Your work will be reviewed and you will be given feedback and constructive help. You will also be given a basic understanding of the materials used in sketching. 

You can see and observe other drawings and also have a small Q and A session. And we will wrap up the workshop with a few more pointers to keep you sketching as often as possible.

Come join us for this fun Workshop and if interested please book asap, as this is first come first served.

The materials you will be needing are a pencil, pen, watercolor, and sketchbook. This will be provided, but please do feel free to bring your own materials that you are already comfortable with especially sketchbooks and watercolor.

 

DATE: 15th Aug 2019

LOCATION: Bangalore

MEETING POINT: Roti Ghar, Gandhi Bazaar

 

Inclusions: 

- Pencil-Pen

- Water Color Sketch Book

- Breakfast

 

Exclusions: 

- Personal Expense(snacks, mineral water, etc.)

- Any kind of insurance

- Anything not included in the inclusions above

 

About Parinitha Konanur:

 Parinitha Konanur is an artist, illustrator, and designer. She has a degree in fine arts from Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath and worked as a photographer before becoming a full-time illustrator and designer. She has been exploring the many facets of sketching and illustrations since she fell in love with watercolors, exploring new ways of sketching along with urban sketching and travel sketching. She is a nature lover and is obsessed with natural history illustrations and live sketching in nature.

She loves to travel to explore and understand the world around her, with a keen eye and thirst for finding new cultures, colors, themes to bring about in her conceptual drawings and watercolor illustrations. She strongly believes that the world is fast-paced and we tend to not observe our surroundings and that sketching is the best way to do so, that through sketching you can slow down, learn, observe, create and document your daily life, travels and more.

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