Learn to DRAW Kids Classes

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10-week course live online with Robin
Workshops begin Saturday, January 9, 2021
Ends Saturday, March 13, 2021

WORKSHOP TIME OPTIONS (choose on next page)
Saturdays, 11am till 12pm PT (recommended for older kids)
Saturdays, 1pm till 2pm PT
(recommended for younger kids)


NOTE: Price does not include materials required for this workshop (roughly around $85).

AGE REQUIREMENT: Students should be 9 to 16 years old.

See Details and Requirements section below.

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Details and Requirements

Please read carefully.


  1. The course of workshops will be held online over Google Meet. Your child must work on a computer or tablet (not a phone) with video conferencing capability (camera and microphone), as well as a Gmail or Google account.
  2. You are responsible to acquire the required supplies and drawing materials before the first workshop.
  3. You will be emailed a link to join the weekly recurring Google Meet workshop. Please do not share this link with anyone.
  4. Workshops will begin promptly at the posted start times. Please login to the Google Meet on time or early.
  5. Each workshop, Robin walks you through fun and challenging lessons, drawing all types of subjects through various eye-opening techniques. More than half of each workshop is spent quietly drawing the assignments. And feedback is given at certain benchmarks throughout the workshop.
  6. There are sometimes homework assignments and certain materials needed for some workshops. Stay tuned to your email for info and messages.
  7. There may be make-up workshops on off-days, in the rare event Robin needs to reschedule a regularly scheduled workshop.
  8. You will be invited to access Robin’s Facebook Drawing Workshop Group. This is optional but very fun and valuable!



The student will need to have a Viewfinder for many of the workshop exercises. This tool is an essential key to learning to draw, helping to translate the 3-Dimensional world onto 2-Dimensional paper.  Made of transparent hard plastic with essential cross-hairs.
Available on DrawRight.com here.


Supplies must be purchased before the first day of workshops. The following list can be taken to your local art supply store, or purchased online. BLICK Art Materials is a great resource. We have provided the following Amazon links as a courtesy as it is generally the most economical option, but how you purchase your supplies is up to you! 

  1. Pencil sharpener 
  2. One or more thin (fine) dry erase markers 
  3. Clean rag 
  4. One 11” x 14” Drawing Pad – medium surface with at least 24 sheets
    Available on Amazon here.
  5. Variety of drawing pencils, erasers and blending stumps. I prefer charcoal rather than graphite, but feel free to come prepared with multiple options to discover your own preference! 
    Available on Amazon here.
  6. Vine Charcoal
    Available on Amazon here.
  7. Drawing fixer spray or “fixatif” 
    NOTE: Cheap strong-hold aerosol hairspray from a drug store works just as well! 
    Available on Amazon here.
  8. Mechanical erasers: various sizes
    Available on Amazon here.
  9. Allinone Plastic Ruler Flexible Ruler with inches and metric Measuring Tool 12″ and 6″ inch (2 pieces)
    Available on Amazon here.
  10. If you did not buy the pencil kit above and still need some blending stumps, here they are sold separately.
    Available on Amazon here.
  11. Color wheel
    Available on Amazon here.
Other Materials

There will be some workshops where you will be notified ahead of time to set up certain items. The following are some examples of such items; it is not a full list: 

  • A mirror large enough that your head and shoulders are clearly visible (first class!) 
  • A flower assortment 
  • Branches with leaves 
  • A favorite hand-held toy
Age Requirement

Course is appropriate for students 9 to 16 years old.

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