Making a Cover Illustration
a workshop with
J P Targete
Saturday May 19-Sunday May 20
10am-6pm both days
10am - 1pm - Sketching and concepting from the minds eye, with lecture and discussion, practicing brainstorming and sketching techniques…the key to expanding your creativity.
2pm - 6 pm - Student sketching - students should bring a sketch pad, vine charcoal, markers and 11"x14" pad, students will sketch freely, using some of the techniques learned from the lecture, there will be a class critique with key points such as how to unleash creativity, where the focus is not about technical skills, but more about getting a flow to sketching.
10am - 1pm - Starting an illustration, applying more technical aspects to a previous sketch done the day before, with a lecture on technique, color, materials, etc.
2pm - 6pm - Finishing the image, taking the image to completion - with discussion regarding what works for reproduction, more about technique, blending, keeping edges clear and distinct, reproducing the work, sending it off to the client, also with a discussion about contracts and other business aspects.
(exact times for lunch break may vary)
The fee for this 2-day workshop is $150
Originally posted by Ron Lemen:
The workshop is called Making A Book Cover with JP Targete…
For those of you who plan late, there is a paint along workshop with JP Targete this weekend at our studio, Studio2ndstreet.com. It is a 2 day event, paint along with the main man, while he demonstrates and critiques you as you go. He will cover, comping, penciling, painting, digital painting, just to name a few. It is $150 for the two days, 10 - 6 both days. We will also have his art work up a few days before hand so you can view it, a mini show for JP. Those of you in the LA area or SD area interested in attending, email us at [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]. GO to the web site to check out more on his workshop. There are a few seats left, so if you are interested, email us asap. We will return shortly with more updates. Thanks, Ron
Images from the Workshop page, by JP Targete:
[left]Ron and Vanessa are fantastic artists, and their studio is very cool (in Encinitas, CA). Hope some people can check this out!