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New Justine Class in Visual Techniques, April 4 – May 9



A new class for anyone wanting to improve their visual skills!

We have a great plan for this class, and will be launching the concept at Artwalk this month, March 29.  On display at Artwalk will be Justine’s complete professional narrative illustrations (Dungeons & Dragons, Lucasfilm, etc., all work  NEVER shown in Gainesville), from pencils to inks to watercolor finish. Come for a preview!

From Justine: Throughout the course of the class I will be taking you (the students) through each of the steps I took to go from start to finish (from composition to symbolism, from pencils and inks to final watercolors), and over the 6-week course YOU will be creating finished full color illustrations, guided one step at a time by me! This class will be more comprehensive and more focused on the end result than most of my practice and technique-heavy classes. At the end of the 6 weeks you will have something finished to show for your time!

Art by Justine Mara Andersen

Want to see more work? The SAW/Justine Flickr Set here.

Class is Thursdays beginning April 4 – May 9, 6:30-9:00 pm.

Facebook event for the class here

Facebook event for ArtWalk event here

$110 for the 6 weeks. Paypal link to sign up:



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