Course 2072: Drawing in Pen, Brush and Ink
- Co-sponsored by the University of Washington’s Experimental College
- When: Saturday March 15 only, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (1-day workshop)
- Where: University of Washington campus (Seattle branch)
- Tuition: $99 for general public; $95 for UW students (plus $10 registration fee)
- Driving directions will be emailed. Sign up now using the Take Class link below.
Ink drawings can be striking and beautiful. In this class you’ll learn to use brush pens, inking brushes, felt tip pens and nib pens to create striking high-contrast images. You’ll learn how to do feathering, hatching, cross-hatching, and more.
You’ll also learn how to use a synthetic watercolor brush that produces clean, beautiful fluid lines just like those of a sable brush (but costs twenty times less).
In this class you’ll learn to use brush pens, inking brushes, felt tip pens and nib pens to create striking high-contrast images. You’ll learn how to do feathering, hatching, cross-hatching, and more.
Important: A materials kit will be available for this class at the University Bookstore in Seattle. Ask for the “Cartooning/Inking class kit.” (It’s the same kit for both classes.) For driving directions to the bookstore, CLICK HERE.
Nils Osmar has made his living in the arts since the 1980s, and has taught both accredited and non-accredited classes in Seattle for over twenty years, through the University of Washington’s ASUW Experimental College, Antioch University’s Heritage Institute, Shoreline Community College, and Classesandworkshops.com. His visual art classes and workshops include art classes, drawing classes, painting classes and more. More information
He has worked as a fine and commercial artist, and done book and magazine illustration, design, book covers and interiors. His artwork has been internationally published.
For a more Seattle drawing classes, see the Art Classes in Seattle page.
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
This class is sponsored by the ASUW Experimental College and Classesandworkshops.com. It’s open to everyone; you don’t have to be a U.W. student to sign up. (If an enrollee is under 18, please contact us first to make sure the class is a good “fit” for the student)
WHERE TO BUY THE MATERIALS (AND WHAT TO BUY)
The materials for this class are available at the University Bookstore (a few blocks from where the class is held) A materials list will be sent out when you enroll. Just ask for the “cartooning/inking class kit.” (We use the same kit for both classes.) The kit costs around $21, for those who would like to purchase one. (Buying the materials separately would cost a few dollars more.) If you already have pens, brushes, brushpens and ink, and paper designed to hold ink, feel free to bring what you have.
Great class, well organized. I wish you offered it more often… I’d actually take it again. – Jerry B., Seattle
Mr. Osmar was well organized, and he is an amazing artist. I came into the class brand new at working in ink. I won’t say I’m a polished artist now but I learned some things that I know will help me improve as I practice them. I will be signing up for his other classes in winter quarter. – Jean G., Kent
This is my fourth class…. they’re really fun. I love ink drawing and I loved that we had most of the day to draw. The information about materials and types of surfaces to ink on was very helpful. Thanks! – M.J. (Seattle)
The instructor’s artwork is incredible. And I can see a big improvement in my own inking after just one day. The class is solid and helpful. – Mel R., Seattle
Good times Nils, great class! – Dave I., Seattle