Drink and Draw
Where and When?
The Pear Tree
1st Tuesday of every month from 8PM - 10PM. Come early to get a good seat and a drink.
Come and join us for the next Drink and Draw in March! with the theme "All things Celtic!"
Enjoy a warm up…
A few rounds of Pictionary to start you off!
Followed by exploring some Celtic Pattern designing! Learn to draw Celtic Knots and other Celtic symbol's in a casual environment. Develop the Celtic pattern further by turning any subject matter into a Celtic one.
Other things to expect at this Drink and Draw is a chance to win "a free drink at the bar" or "Rachel's Special Prize!"
Drink and Draw
The 1st Tuesday of every month, Rachel's Drink and Draw sessions are a fantastic, relaxing and friendly atmosphere to try your hands at drawing along with a cheeky drink or two!
Each month, you and your friends can enjoy a humorous experience of drawing the chosen theme along with being led by Rachel. Heck you can even have a chance to win a prize!
A little nervous? Don't be!
No drawing experience is required, just a desire to have fun!
Bring your supplies along and enjoy this guided class in a very relaxed environment.
What do we draw?
Here's some past themes we've done...
February - 'All Things Love' - drawing a basic rose, extending to shading, creating depth and tone.
March - 'All things Welsh'- exploring the human figure (Rugby players- from stick men to real rugby men)
April - 'Spring Animals' - learning scale techniques for accuracy when referencing a picture. Learning how to draw fur and other animal features.
May - 'In Your Face!' - how to draw a convincing portrait learning anatomy of the face.
June - 'Reverse Drawing' - why not bring dark paper, white chalk / pencil and even add other colours from pencils to pastels.
July - 'Summer Vibes' - exploring how to draw things found at the beach.
August - 'Watercolour Sea Animals' - getting messy with watercolour paints, we will be using straws, bubble wrap, and other things to create sea animals.
September - 'Cityscape Doodles' - draw your favourite city with basic techniques of how to draw with perspective / using fine-liner pens and pasels.
Join us for only £5! Make your way to a seat and pay before the Drink and Draw session starts. You will receive a stamp on receipt. (note it's Cash only on arrival)
If you'd like to reserve a table, click the button below.
Materials You Will Need
Start your new skill by investing in a sketch book (a decent one!) mid range is fine, it doesn't need to be an expensive one but go with one you feel drawn too!
Rachel recommends a multi purpose sketch book where you can use other mediums like pastels, watercolour pencils, pen and charcoal.
Alternatively you can just bring plain paper and 'have a go'.
A variety of sketching pencils are great to explore with. Ranging from
(Please Note: these refer to how soft or dense the lead is and will create different outcomes within your drawing.)
You can pick up a basic sketching set that contains a variety of pencils pretty much anywhere where there is stationary or art supplies.
Others recommend fancy none sharpening ones like these.
Remember to have a pencil eraser, and sharpener if needed or again a fancy eraser people use are here.
- Colouring pencils
- Watercolour pencils
- Blendable watercolour markers
- Soft pastels
- Oil pastels
- Sketching pens
- Chalk and Charcoal