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The Big Draw 2017: Living Lines Character Design with Greg Stobbs
21st October 2017 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
This year, The Big Draw’s theme is ‘Living Lines’ and on Saturday 21 October, illustrator & street artist Greg Stobbs will be helping you to use pen and pencil lines to create amazing art!
Fresh from his graffiti workshop during our Start Up Slam summer school, Greg returns to No.34 for The Big Draw 2017.
Between 11am to 2pm, Greg will be using a series of drawing exercises and games to encourage your freedom and expression in line drawing.
You can make your own custom character – maybe a superhero version of yourself, or maybe you’ll create your own ‘power animal’ (or ‘patronus’ for all you Harry Potter fans!)
You’ll even be able to make your own custom sticker that you can take away with you.
Everyone is welcome to join in, whether you’re a seasoned artist, or even if you think you can’t draw a thing – let Greg help you unleash your inner illustrator!
About The Big Draw 2017
Since 2000, The Big Draw, an annual, international celebration of drawing, has been bringing people together under the banner ‘drawing is a universal language’.
It regularly takes place in over 25 countries, involves over 1000 events and has encouraged over 4 million people back to the drawing board.
The Big Draw 2017 runs throughout October, and this year’s theme is “Living Lines”.
About Greg Stobbs
Greg Stobbs – aka Squirlart – is based in Kent, but works far and wide.
He has a standout style that remains a familiar constant while moving between hand drawn, painted, mixed media and digital illustrations.
With noticeable influences from comics, cartoons, street art and child art, there is always a story for people to explore in their own way.
Previous clients include a variety of community engagement and education companies, numerous Festivals, the BBC, Urban Outfitters, and Adidas.