Awsome starting to become quite a crowd ))
Aaaye! Awsome! lots of peeps . i think !
Just to sum everything up:
Upcomming Friday - 24th of June - we meet at Blijdorp Rotterdam , at the big gate entrance at the aquarium. ( the new part of Blijdorp, which has a huge parking lot and a big entrance. )
We meet at 11:00 till.. who knows!
If you cant make it , or you are going to be late. Call or text me @ 06-23448669 - Rogier
See you peepers there!
There is also another Dutch Sketch Meet planned for the 26th - in Leiden this time.
I hope I can make it this time.
Looks like you've been nice and productive, Erik . Man I definitely want to take my sketchbook to a zoo some time. I did once before but I lost the sketchbook I brought with me (and gave a few sketches away to kids who really really wanted the tiger scribbles, lol). It helps to have people around you who are equally serious about studying (although fun must be had, of course).
Hey I'm new here and I'm probably going to ask a dumb question. But how can I join a group like this? It's really nice to see that the dutch artist group is so popular/populated btw. I would love to get in contact with more dutch artists. I'm a beginner but I'm really motivated to try and improve my skills
Ms.Happygirl: No need to join whenever someone feels like arranging a new sketchmeet everyone is free to join! we're not that organised and anyone can cal out a time & location!
Ok, thanks. I'll keep checking back at this topic then. Can't wait to go to a sketchmeet
Hey guys 'n gals,
I recently started posting on CA and would like to meet up. Anyone up for sketching in Amsterdam in the weekend of 27th - 28th of august?
Also, does anyone here know if the courses at Wackers academie are any good? I'm thinking about doing this one (saturday afternoon version). Do they emphasize both construction and observation of the figure?
Last edited by Kapri; July 21st, 2011 at 11:18 AM.
Ms.Happygirl: there's also a Facebook group you can follow.
Kapri: Where were you thinking of going sketching? I want to visit the Rijksmuseum again sometime next month. Maybe we can go together. (Or anyone else?)
I've never been to Wackers. Look at the student and instructor work before you sign up...
Last edited by Norkagar; July 22nd, 2011 at 08:40 PM.
Hmm i Lost this book ....
holy crap.. missed out so much fun.. ill try to be there next time.. or when school starts.. when my life is more orginized again . harhar.
I'm thinking about going to the Rubens, van Dyck and Jordaens exposition in the Hermitage at Amsterdam on tuesday 22 november to do some pencil studies (taking a day off for it).
Anybody interested in joining? The date can be changed, but weekends are not an option for me.
Last edited by Kapri; November 1st, 2011 at 07:12 AM.
Last call to arms: tomorrow at 11:00 we are meeting at the hermitage in Amsterdam to study Rubens.
Edit: my results of sketch trip to Rubens here. Had a great time. Who's up for another one? Maybe get together in a cafe or another museum?
Last edited by Kapri; November 25th, 2011 at 09:04 AM.
Wackers is giving some workshops at realisme 12 this friday to sunday.
Tickets to the event Are €12,-. I'll be attending the following ones:
>> Vrijdag 20 januari tussen 11.00 en 19.00 uur:
>> 15.00 tot 16.30 uur portret tekenen door Maarten Welbergen
>> 17.00 tot 18.30 uur model tekenen door Peter Smit
>> Zaterdag 21 januari tussen 11.00 en 19.00 uur:
>> 17.00 tot 18.30 uur model tekenen op tonaliteit door Sam Drukker
Anyone care to meet up?
sounds like fun! hmm. I usually work fri/ saturday. and might be a bit late to take days off on short notice. still, really looking for something like this. maybe I can join next time!
Many of the workshops appear to be fully booked. They're going with a "one person per workshop" policy allowing for more people to participate.
Managed to get a spot on Sunday (15.00 to 16.30 PM, model drawing with Cor Vrolijk).
Bit last minute, but managed to get a spot fot the 15:00 a clock sunday too. Yaa! Life drawing class! Ill be the woman with red short hair if ya wanna meet, anthis!
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