Casual Perspective Workshop | Oct 26

Casual Perspective Workshop | Oct 26


One Day Intensive Workshop
10am-6pm (lunch break 1pm-2pm)

Upcoming dates:

  • Saturday, October 26

$195 tuition, students will be asked to bring some supplies.



Do you struggle with perspective in your drawing and painting? This one-day workshop is for artists who find technical perspective intimidating, confusing, constricting, difficult, or boring. It’s also good for beginning sketchers who don’t know where to start with perspective.

We’ll put in a solid day’s work, but keep it casual by relying on what we can actually see, rather than stressing out about theoretical concepts like vanishing points, grids, or geometry. 

Any style can benefit from stronger presentation of perspective. Artists of all backgrounds can effectively convey perspective using the intuitive “what you see” techniques in this workshop.

This workshop is a good complement to "Urban Sketching Daylong Intensive”.

Bring your sketchbook or some drawing paper, and anything you like to draw with. (Basic pencil and paper will also be available at the workshop.)

Instructor Jason Das

Jason Das works in and teaches many mediums, with an underlying interest in how art can express story and emotion. He has taught at Shoestring since 2016, and has also taught for Urban Sketchers, Sketchbook Skool, Moleskine, Future of Storytelling, 92Y, and Abrons Art Center. He believes that everybody can and should make things themselves (art or otherwise) and it’s even better if we can make and learn things together. He is the former President of Urban Sketchers.