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Graphics Teacher Workshops

All past, present, and future participants of Richard Scotts graphics teacher workshops to congregate and discuss graphic concepts, ideas, techniques, tricks, tips, etc.....learned at these workshops.......

Members: 179
Latest Activity: Nov 7, 2016

Landscape Architecture Discussion Forum

What makes a graphic GREAT? 6 Replies

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Dan Rieden Aug 22, 2012.

The Creative Process 2 Replies

Started by Andrew Spiering. Last reply by Hristo Angelov Nov 24, 2008.

Perspective Sketching 7 Replies

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Leo Gonzales Oct 14, 2008.

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Comment by STEPHANIE Landregan FASLA LEED on November 7, 2016 at 10:52am

Live in Southern California? Come join Richard Scott as he teaches Sketching on Location at UCLA Extension.

November 19, 2016 Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

December 2 and 10 Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Still a few seats left!

Sign up here:

Comment by Richard E. Scott on December 15, 2010 at 8:04am

I wanted to explain the comment below about me no longer teaching graphics workshops after 2011 (from good friend Brandon Reed).  From mid-year 2011 forward, I'll be teaching fine art workshops (drawing, watercolor, and oil painting).  I have no plans on teaching Color Mastery or Freehand Perspective Sketching (workshops aimed at Landscape Architects and designers) after 2011.  But, I will keep open the possibility of offering those workshops on a rare occasion if enough people request them.  The final 2011 schedule is posted at www.graphicsteacher.com.  Thanks!

Comment by Jared Chase on December 14, 2010 at 1:22pm

I just signed up for the Color Mastery Class in February.  If anybody is interested in splitting the cost of a hotel room, feel free to send me a message.

Comment by Brandon Reed on December 13, 2010 at 11:34am

Just a quick note for all of you who were ever considering taking a Color Mastery or Perspective Sketching Class from Richard Scott....He has just informed me that this year will be his last year that he will EVER BE TEACHING these classes! So if you were ever thinking of taking one...Please go to www.graphicsteacher.com and sign up today! I can promise you that you won't ever regret taking his class.  He has had a significant impact on my graphic rendering style! I know he will impact yours as well! Go and sign up today before its too late!

Comment by Emily T on November 25, 2010 at 3:11pm
would anyone be interested in selling their used workbooks from the workshops to me? I live in Australia and in the near future, not able to travel to the States to attend the graphic workshops.
Comment by Jonathan J. Bob on May 20, 2009 at 6:55pm
This past weekend I took Richard Scott's Sketching on Location Workshop in Central Park. Great class. Twelve "students" from high school junior to college students to middle-aged designers. Richard is a great teacher, clear, supportive and scary good at drawing and water color. I plan on continuing freehand sketching and water coloring (?) for fun and to enhance my work. Take this class if you can
Comment by Katie Cool on February 20, 2009 at 8:20pm
A year plus ago I attended Richard Scott's Accurate Freehand Persepective Drawing class in San Francisco and found him to be one of the clearest art teachers I've ever had. It was not an easy class, but he was so calm and insightful. He gave very specific instruction with steps to follow. What stands out the most is how much he enjoys what he does.
Comment by Daniel Miller on February 19, 2009 at 8:33pm
I was fortunate enough to take Richard Scott's rendering classes in school at Cal Poly Pomona and a water coloring class with him in Florence.

The man is brilliant. He completely understands the art and the science of color, perspective and technique and knows how to utilize them very well. I would more than recommend taking any courses you can that Richard Scott offers.
Comment by Jonathan J. Bob on February 19, 2009 at 6:44pm
Mark,
I'm taking Richard Scott's Graphic Workshop this weekend in Philly. While I'm happy with my graphics I think its important to explore new options. I'll let you know what I think after this weekend.
Comment by Gabriel Hydrick on December 8, 2008 at 11:15am
By the way, for the January workshop 2009, if you know of someone who may need this loose and good hand skills, this may be a good time for them to join me, so please encourage them to take this opportunity for the life changing experience. Currently, I am offering $400 off the tuition to help out someone who may need this big discount to offset their expenses during this bad recession. This offer is only good for the January session and will not apply to those who has registered nor with any other offers. Please ask them to put "400off-Jan2009-3715808" on the on line registration form under the special discount box, this is very big discount I rare to offer. You are also very welcome to return in order to refresh and polish your skills you may have lost since you took the workshop, so you will become more marketable in the future job searching or to increase your office productivity.

I wish you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and thanks in advance for your assistance.

Sincerely yours.

Mike Lin
 

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Landscape Architecture Discussion Forum

What makes a graphic GREAT? 6 Replies

What makes a graphic great? What are those things that we subconsciously recognize in amazing graphics that make them awesome?

Tags: techniques, teacher, graphics

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Dan Rieden Aug 22, 2012.

The Creative Process 2 Replies

This is an interesting tidbit I found on Chip Sullivan's website...http://www.gonzogardens.com/workshops/images/creative_process.pdfI like his last point - Just get it…Continue

Tags: Process, Design, The

Started by Andrew Spiering. Last reply by Hristo Angelov Nov 24, 2008.

Perspective Sketching 7 Replies

Please share any techniques you have found useful for perspective sketching....

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Leo Gonzales Oct 14, 2008.

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