These are the required traditional materials to purchase for the Summer Concept Art Trek. They should total to about $110. Most items except for the book, can be purchased at www.DickBlick.com.
Clicking the link above takes you directly to the publisher’s website, Design Studio Press. If you buy from them, you support this awesome independent publisher!
These are the pencils and markers are required. We will be rendering with these tools using Will Weston’s techniques. Please search for these materials at www.DickBlick.com
Mi Teintes Dark Gray 19” x 25” is 2.63 each. Buy 4 of them. Total approx. $10.50
Uni-Ball Signo Broad Point Gel Impact Pen White (Set of 5 cheaper on Amazon than Blick)
Sakura Koi Watercolor set: Approx $20
Sketchbook or Loose sheets of paper (any size 6×9 inches or above)
*Note on sketchbooks: Loose copy paper or newsprint can take the place of a skecthbook. The less valuable the paper is, the more you will draw. Students are often reluctant to just draw in a sketchbook, because they want their finished sketch to look presentable. When you’re learning, you can’t waste your time worrying about those trivial things. So more important than a sketchbook is regular, inexpensive copy paper.
Digital Books that can be accessed freely & legally online (search the titles on Google or try www.archive.org) :
“Figure Drawing for All its Worth” by Andrew Loomis
“Constructive Anatomy” by George Bridgman
Prices for the following will vary considerably. Contact us if you would like help. Any of these digital tools+software combinations are fine:
Galaxy Tab S3/Galaxy Tab S4 using MediBang Paint software, Ipad +Apple Pencil using ProCreate software, or you can also bring in a laptop with a drawing tablet and pressure sensitive pen (Huoin, Wacom drawing tablets for example. You can even get a great Huoin tablet for $70) Recommended software for laptops is Clip Studio Paint Pro which is a one-time charge of $50. You can also use Photoshop if you don’t mind the monthly charges.