SKETCH BY EMILY

Emily is currently studying her interior design diploma online at BAID in the UK has enrolled onto a few courses here at BehindCanvas. She was very surprised how its possible to create elevations in just using pencil! Click HERE to check out Emily's Instagram for more sketches!

SKETCH BY AMY

Amy is currently studying interior design degree at BAID and had no prior drawing experience when taking this course. This is what she was managed to produce. Check out her Instagram page HERE. You can do it too!

SKETCH BY ALYSHA MAE

Alysha is currently studying her interior design diploma online and sketching is a very important part of her studies. Click HERE to check out Alysha's Instagram for more sketches!

WHAT'S INSIDE THIS COURSE?


In this 1,5 hour course you will learn how to draw elevations of all four sides of a room in 1:50 scale on A3 size of paper. You will also learn how to sketch scaled mini floor plans to accompany your elevations. When recording this session I was particularly inspired by Moroccan style furniture with its intricate textures and busy patterns. All you need to complete this course is a metric ruler, a pencil and a rubber!


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Elevation Drawing of a Morocco Inspired Living Room (WITH FEEDBACK)

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14 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE


Access to this course is valid for 6 months after purchase. If you require further access after the course has expired, please get in touch via email [email protected] to extend your access further. You will be required to pay a small fee of £9.99 to extend each course access for additional 3 months.

 

This course can be completed and re-watched an unlimited amount of times.



Once you have completed your sketch, please attach it below the course lecture or send it to [email protected] to receive feedback within 24-48 hours.

"THE COLOURS AND DESIGN OF A HOME SHOULD BE A REFLECTION OF THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE INSIDE."