Claw is a stand alone symposium and also part of the creative bootcamp. This symposium will piggy back on Saturday’s symposium, Drawing Dinosaurs by Jason Poole.
C.L.A.W. – CREATURE LIFEDRAWING & ANATOMICAL WORKSHOP
Q: What do you do when a Rhodactus Glowing Tiger is stalking you on the prairies of Zaxterra 19935? Or if you stumble upon a herd of Wallumpfs grazing around the Hanging Marble Basins of Gillimunk? What if you scare a flock of Fanged–Toothed Marmoducks and they are intent on consuming you like you would a Philly Cheesesteak after a long night out?
A: Simple, after you’re through running for your life and maybe a tad bit of screaming, you whip out your sketchbook and preferred drawing medium and you get to work. Those exotic creatures aren’t going to draw themselves and you’re the worlds next imaginary creature concept artist superstar. Crystal can up your morphological game by showing you what’s going on underneath and just what goes into an amazing creature design.
This event requires admission to the Drexel Academy of Science. The Academy has been kind enough to offer half price admission of $10.00 to any Artistacon guests. For this bootcamp and\or seminar you can purchase your museum ticket through the website ahead of time or present your lanyard at the museum’s admissions desk the day of.