Sketching Design Ideas with Richard Scott

Date/Time: 
Thursday, January 19, 2017 -
6:00am to 10:00am
Richard Scott
Richard Scott

Come hone your drawing skills and help CPPLA celebrate our past, mark our present and commemorate our history! The department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating 60 years of landscape architecture education, leadership and change in Southern California. In recognition of this milestone, CPPLA has organized a series of events across 2017, including an Sketching Design Ideas workshop on January 19, 2017 with Richard Scott, author of "Sketching - from Square One to Trafalgar Square" (an excellent supplemental book- especially for LA 251). We invite you to come celebrate with us as we continue to pursue a bravely curious future.

 

Sketching Design Ideas with Richard Scott

Richard will share his fun tips and techniques on how to quickly sketch design ideas from imagination. You’ll learn how to apply the principles of perspective to effectively sketch any idea, quickly and beautifully.

$10 per workshop; food will be included

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Space for these workshops will be limited! Each of these workshops will have space for 50 students - 21 spaces (7 per year level) for Grads and 28 spaces for undergrads (7 per year level). Reserved Year-Level ticket sales will close 1/18/17 at 12pm, at which time any remaining tickets will *increase* in price to $15 and made available to any student regardless of year. **10 Seats Now open to Alumni**

 


About
Richard E. Scott, ASLA, ASAI, is a Landscape Architect, teacher, architectural illustrator, and fine artist. He has taught in the Landscape Architecture Department at Cal Poly Pomona, the Landscape Architecture Extension Program at UCLA, and the Environmental Design Program at Art Center, Pasadena.
Richard will also do a book signing. Richard Scott's book, Square One to Trafalgar Square (at a discounted rate of $30) wil be available to purchase at workshop.

 


Recommended Materials List
Richard Scott recommends participants bring the tools listed below. 

Pens (Black)
Thick: Pentel Sign Pen, or Sharpie Fine Tip Marker
Medium: Pentel Stylo, or any medium-point pen
Fine: Pilot Razor Point, or Micron Pigma 01, or any fine-point felt-tip pen you like to use (stay away from ball-point pens)
Assorted Drawing Pencils: 2H, H, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B, Eagle Daughting, Carpenters Pencil
Kneadable Eraser
Pencil Sharpener
Skethcbook or Drawing Pad

Food: Dinner is provided at the start of the workshop. If you have any dietary restrictions please email Kris Penrose with your request.
Have questions about Observational Drawing with Richard Scott? Contact Department of Landscape Architecture

Contact: 
Kara Bolin