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American Megafauna 1: Moose, Elk, Deer, and Bison

Zoom Meeting CA

Learn aspects of mammal anatomy that will help you draw large mammals from the side and 3/4 view. We will learn and apply the keystone method to block in the shapes of large mammals from the side and then learn the three spheres method to rotate the bodies. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop!

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Nature Journal Educator’s Forum

Zoom Meeting CA

Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching nature journaling skills. Each meeting will have a theme. Most of the conversation that day will revolve around this core idea but expect interesting side routes and trails. Click Here to Join

Free

American Megafauna 2: Bears, Wolves, and Coyote

Zoom Meeting CA

Learn aspects of mammal anatomy that will help you draw large mammals from the side and 3/4 view. We will review and apply the keystone method to block in the shapes of large mammals from the side and then use the three spheres method to rotate the bodies. Jack, have a great time in Yellowstone!

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Ask Jack

Zoom Meeting CA

Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation.

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Nature Journal Educator’s Forum

Zoom Meeting CA

Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching nature journaling skills. Each meeting will have a theme. Most of the conversation that day will revolve around this core idea but expect interesting side routes and trails. Click Here to Join

Free

Let’s Get Some Perspective

Zoom Meeting CA

Let's take a look at formal rules of perspective and how they apply to drawing in nature. When do we need to think about vanishing points and when don't we? In this class we will look at one, two, and three point perspective and explore some shortcuts we can use in the field and in

Recurring

Ask Jack

Zoom Meeting CA

Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation.

Recurring

Nature Journal Educator’s Forum

Zoom Meeting CA

Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching nature journaling skills. Each meeting will have a theme. Most of the conversation that day will revolve around this core idea but expect interesting side routes and trails. Click Here to Join

Free

Drawing the Macaw’s Head and Face

Zoom Meeting CA

The shape and structure of the Macaw's face is a great subject to study. Examining the lines will help us combine lessons from anatomy and tricks for three-dimensional visualization. These ideas can be applied in many other areas of a drawing. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop! Passcode: 187351 All ages and experience levels

Block Diagrams

Zoom Meeting CA

Color it in, suggesting the volume and contours of the landforms. This is going to be fun! Learn how to create landscape block diagrams. These are great ways to explore and visualize landscapes and ecosystems. This system will help you playfully explore and document your discoveries in nature. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop!