To exposing the participants to a variety of processes, dry & wet color mediums, materials, techniques, tools and technologies, which covers various subjects, which will help the participant to develop –
- the creative abilities i.e. drawing from imagination and memory without using any reference picture.
- the artistic skills i.e. replication skills using reference picture.
- to enable to draw various types of tattoos such as 3D, abstract, bio-mechanical, black-work, calligraphy, cartoon, geometric, illustrative, Japanese, minimalist, new school, portraiture, realism, surrealism, traditional old school, tribal, and watercolor
- prepare the participant for to join Tattoo training studio and academy.
- learn digital skills to create proof of concept for the clients.
Along with the course, the participants can also create their basic visual art portfolio.
Adults and professionals who are aspiring to be a Tattoo artist.
Check students’s portfolio, teaching methodology and FAQs at Art Education web page.
- Fundamentals of visual art: Elements, form, value, texture, space, perspective, principle of design, composition, free-hand drawing techniques, color theory using graphite, charcoal, pencil colors and watercolors.
- Sketching & drawing: Organic and in-organic objects such as drawing from still life, nature, portrait (such as front & side pose), fundamentals of calligraphy.
- Digital: Fundamentals of raster image software such as Photoshop or GIMP.
Approximately 44 hours of classroom time, spread across 2 months, which further depends upon the time-spent by the participant on the home assignments.
22 sessions, where each session is for 2 hour. Depending upon your schedule, a participant may consume more sessions, in less number of days. Home assignments and self practice will tentatively consume double or triple the classroom time, which is mandatory for the success of the course.
Home Assignments & Doubt Clearing Sessions
The home assignments and the related reference pictures will be shared after each classroom session. Home assignments and self-practice are critical for the success of the course and will tentatively consume triple the classroom time. Prior to next class, the participant will have submit the practice sheets.