Ever wanted to have a go at life drawing but worried about classes being a bit serious and stuffy? Read on, arty Cheapos.
Neon Naked is pretty much what it says on the tin: naked professional life models are decorated with vibrant neon paint that reacts under UV light and you get to sit in a darkened room and draw them. The emphasis is on creativity, not a technically accurate portrait, so grab those neon pens or psychedelic pastels and let loose. Beginners are very welcome, all materials are provided and the class tutor will guide you through some warm-up drawing exercises and then be available for any questions.
The classes are held at different times and venues across London, so check online for details; drinks are available to buy on-site (and some venues do food too). Tickets are available on Eventbrite, Design My Night and Obby, or get in touch to book your place and pay cash on the door.
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