52 Things To Draw

Drawing regularly really is THE best way to improve your drawing skills

But – what to draw? 

Knowing what to draw can be one of the hardest things about drawing regularly.  This drawing course will provide you with no less than 52 different drawing ideas! That is enough for 1 drawing a week for a year, or almost 2 solid months of daily drawing ideas.

You don’t have to be brilliant at drawing to do this course – it is about exercising your creative muscle and enjoying developing your drawing.

You can choose to be as creative as you like with the course – from using my suggested examples and photos, to coming up with your own options and variations!  There is no right or wrong with what you produce.

By the end of this drawing course you will have a full sketchbook to look back on to see the evidence of the progress you have made with your drawing.

AND you will feel much more confident about your drawing ability!

“I am really enjoying this course because it enables me to find time for me to draw on those days where I lack inspiration. Jane provides such incredible ways to tap into ideas.  The exercises are really quirky and original and you never quite know whats coming next.   There are great examples given and I just love the accessibility and ease of pace.   There is no pressure and they give you the confidence, whatever you think of yourself as an artist, to have a go” Polly Hodgson

Find out what people are saying about this course and see some examples of work produced HERE

Practical details

How long is the drawing course and how does it work?

The course has 52 exercises, and you have access to the course for 1 year. And within this you can do the drawings completely at your own pace – all the drawing exercises are listed online so you could do one drawing a week, or three every day, or anything inbetween depending on how often you want to draw.

The exercises range from drawing from observation and from your imagination.  Not always the most obvious subject matter, the drawings are all doable with things around the house and access to the Internet!

Each drawing exercise can be completed in as little as 5-10 minutes, although you can choose to spend more time on these if you would like to.

What support is available?

This course has a Facebook group for all students, where you can share your drawings if you would like feedback and support from me. (Not on Facebook – no problem – you can also share your drawings by email if you would like feedback and support).

What materials will I need?

This course can be done using any drawing materials you like – from pencils, pens, charcoal, pastels and crayons – anything goes, and you might like to try out a few different things.  As a minimum I would recommend getting a good sketchbook, a drawing pencil and fineline pen, and some watercolour pencils.  You can see my recommendations for materials here.

What does it cost and when can I start?

Course cost:  £75

You can start this course whenever you like. Simply click the link below to purchase the course and get started!