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Pencil Portrait workshop--Bangalore


Hi all,
Ever since I relocated back to India, many people have been asking me if I would teach Portraiture. (Incidentally, I now hold an Internationally recognised qualification in Portraiture from the UK.)

I would be doing a four day workshop on 'Drawing realistic pencil- portraits from photos', in Bangalore, this month. It would be a ten hour module, two and a half hours at a time.  The workshop would start right at the basics and you need not be scared even if you have never done portraits before! I would be limiting the intake to  just FIVE students per workshop. So, you can be assured of a high degree of personal attention.

In case you are a working professional, the workshop would be spread over two weekends.

If you want to know more details, you can mail me on ps(at) preetishenoy.com

If you want to see my work please click on the following facebook album:

Cheers
Preeti

Addendum:
Batch full.Sorry! Maybe you could wait for the next one.


Comments

  1. Superlike!! :)

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  2. Hi Preeti,
    Best Wishes for your workshop
    Happy Blogging
    Rujuta
    http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/

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  3. A big thank you to Ruj and MS who actually took the time and trouble to comment on this post! :)
    So sweet of you two!! :-*
    :)

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  4. all the best to you ...
    come ot uk then i will surly participate :) too far for me to come

    Bikram's

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  5. Hi Sister, this is a happy news for the people like me. thanks to you for taken a decision to teach pencil portrait. All the best to you.

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  6. WOW ..you moved to Bangalore..where are you located ?

    I would have loved to join but may be next time..I am running in my final trimester and work ,pregnancy and home are as it is too much to manage , will not be a justice to the course :(

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