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[OL] Head Drawing 1
Same as a complete college class of a semester course.
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About The Event
What's the best ways to learn head drawing?
1. Learning from a master drawing artist.
2. Learning from experienced college professor.
3. Learning from the best YouTube video tutorials.
4. Learning from the famous head drawing books.
The best way is probably combining all the strengths.
Living master artist, Zin Lim designed 'Head Drawing' course based on his 12 years of college teaching experience. He coordinated class contents with many of the most valuable
- Workshop is exclusive for attanding students. So, recording and snapshot during workshop activities by student is not permitted.
[Student Guidelines for being in an online course]
These guidelines are to ensure that every student in this workshop has a great experience. Please read through these and try to abide by them throughout this course. If you have any questions about any of the guidelines or if you think of any guidelines that should also be included, please contact email@example.com.
- Know if you need to keep microphone muted, when you are not speaking. (Depends on instructor)
- There should be limited outside distractions during our Zoom workshop sessions (i.e., there should not be other people around you, or anything too distracting on the walls – inappropriate posters, advertisements, religious/political sloguns, etc. - while in class).
- All background noise should be kept to a minimum during a Zoom session (i.e., TV sound, radios, dogs barking, etc.). Try to be in a quiet environment.
- No screen shots or pictures are to be taken during a Zoom class session.
- Be mindful of what you write and share. Messages written in the Chat window during a session are saved automatically.
- Stay off your phones, other devices, and social media to respect your instructor and other artists while in workshop.
- Know how to ask question during lecture and demonstration. (Using 'raise hand' function on chatting room or just speak? Depends on instructor)
- Dress comfortably as you are at art studio shared with other artist.
- Be respectful of your fellow artists, when in break out rooms for partner or group activities.
- If necessary, your instructor may ask you to leave the class until all distractions in your environment have been addressed.
- Disrupting a class is a violation.
- Do NOT share the Zoom workshop link with anyone who is not registered for your workshop.
- Procure a quality webcam and a microphone headset.
- Test how to play with Zoom application a few days before workshop. And you can move between Zoom windows smootly and use cool Zoom functions more at workshop time.
Before the Zoom session:
- Join the Zoom session before the start time and test your microphone and camera.
- Your instructor will share the Zoom session link with you.
- Plan to be in a quiet room without potential interference and interruptions. Silence your phone.
- Find a sitting area with a plain, non-distracting background.
- Position the webcam so that your face is bright. Avoid back-lighting, such as sitting with your back to a window with bright light.
- Practice speaking to the camera and not to the screen. (though we know it's not easy)
During the Zoom session:
- Mute your microphone when you have to make noise (opening/closing door, other family's talk, emergency call etc)
- Don't forget to turn your camera or webcam on.
- Use chat to communicate technical issues to the instructor and ask questions.
- Watch your actions on Zoom. Everyone can see that big, wide-mouth yawn!
After the Zoom session:
- Public and private messages written in the Chat window during a session are saved automatically.
- Participation reports are generated indicating who has joined the session and when are documented.
We hope you enjoy our workshop!!!