UK WORKSHOPS

Vic offers a variety of teaching workshops in different mediums throughout the UK. Subjects vary from wildlife paintings and portraits, to seascapes, people, children and pets. With mediums in pastel, pencil, oil, acrylic and watercolour, there's something to suit everyone.

Vic's workshops are suitable for complete beginners and advanced artists, and you will learn a great deal about the subject and medium you're working in.

Vic holds most of his private workshops near Newark, Nottinghamshire, which has easy access from all main motorways such as the A1 and M1. 

Vic's most popular workshops are still the big cat workshops at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent. A large percentage is donated to the sanctuary to help with their international conservation projects. These workshops are also a fantastic way to meet 'n' greet their big cats, and also get lots of great close-up photographs as references for your own paintings!

Vic keeps the numbers attending his workshops fairly small. This ensures everyone gets individual tuition and guidance throughout the day so they can learn a lot about the medium they're working in and achieve great results.

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2021 WORKSHOPS

Stating date: Thursday 13th May 2021

Subject: Varied

Medium: Coloured pencil
Course length: 4 x 1.5-hour classes (6-hours total)

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photos (emailed), Recording of the Workshop.

A workshop kit containing everything you need is available for this class.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 7pm-8.30pm GMT (Please be ready with your materials by 6.45pm)

Price: £60

 

2 PLACES REMAINING

Following on from my previous ‘Essentials’ courses, this new four-part course is designed to help you to get to grips with an increasingly popular medium – coloured pencils.

Coloured pencils are one of the relative newcomers to the art world, at least as far as artist quality pencils are concerned. It was in the early part of the 20th century that companies began production.

It took a while for coloured pencils to be recognised as fine art; but towards the latter part of the 20th century, new techniques and better quality pencils helped to change that.

This course is designed to cover the basic techniques and some of the many applications of coloured pencils.

Lesson 1 –  Basic techniques (Thursday 13th May 7– 8:30pm)

We begin the course by learning about the basic techniques used in coloured pencil art; in particular, practicing layering, burnishing, roughening and blending.

In the second part of this lesson, we will create a landscape sketch (from a reference photo provided), which you can either leave as it is, or embellish/add more detail after the lesson.

Lesson 2 – Illustration (Thursday 20th May 7– 8:30pm)

Coloured pencils are perhaps best known for the softness of colour and tone that they offer – ideal for story illustrations for example.

Using a reference photo (supplied), I will show you how to combine graphite and coloured pencils to create lovely, soft coloured drawings that hark back to the golden age of illustration – think Beatrix Potter or Edith Holden and you’ll be on the right lines.

Lesson 3 – Dramatic monochrome (Thursday 27th May 7– 8:30pm)

One of the most interesting ways to use coloured pencils for me is to forget about colour completely.

A white coloured pencil and black paper or card is all you need if you want to create an image with dramatic or atmospheric lighting.

This technique also happens to be a much simpler way to draw a black cat, for example.

In this lesson, you will learn how to create a striking image of a lion profile with just a white pencil on black card, using the reference photo supplied.

Lesson 4 – Portrait (Thursday 3rd June 7– 8:30pm)

Portrait painting and drawing has, of course, been probably the most popular subject for artists for thousands of years.

If you’ve never tried drawing a portrait in coloured pencils, then you really should give it a go.

Many people feel more confident with a pencil than a brush. This is mostly due to the sense of being more in control with a pencil; detailing and erasing are easier than with a brush, especially when working on a relatively small scale.

In this final lesson, you will enjoy having a go at one of my own coloured pencil portraits on grey toned paper (reference supplied).

Hopefully, by the end of the course, you will have a little more understanding of the many and varied uses of coloured pencils.

Don’t worry if you find you can’t keep up with the live sessions. You will receive a recording of each lesson (usually within two days) to allow you to have a go at a more relaxed pace.

A kit, including all materials and reference photos needed, can be purchased to accompany the course.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • Coloured pencils

  • 2B graphite pencil

  • Blending stump or paper towel

  • Eraser

  • A4 cartridge paper

  • A4 smooth drawing/illustration paper (e.g. Fabbriano Dessin Blanc or similar)

  • A4 grey toned paper

  • A4 black card

  • Reference photos (emailed a couple of days before the course starts, or included in the kit)

** Kits are posted out a couple of weeks before the course starts **

LIVE ZOOM COURSE - COLOURED PENCIL ESSENTIALS - 4 WEEK COURSE

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Date: Sunday 16th May 2021

Subject: Siberian husky

Medium: White pencil on Black Card

Course length: 3-hours

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photos (emailed), Recording of the Workshop.

A workshop kit containing everything you need is available for this class.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 1-4pm GMT (Please be ready with your materials by 12.45pm)

Price: £30

 

2 PLACES REMAINING

One of the most interesting ways to use coloured pencils for me is to forget about colour completely.

A white coloured pencil and black paper or card is all you need if you want to create an image with dramatic or atmospheric lighting.

Join me in this live and interactive workshop where I’ll show you how to create a striking portrait of our very own rescue husky, Ella.

Using just a white pencil, I’ll teach you why the ‘less is more’ principal is so important in this technique. What do I leave out? Which areas do I highlight more? These are important questions when confronted with a standard monochrome reference photo.

I will guide you step-by-step through the whole process to your completed portrait and, of course, the techniques learned can be applied to other subjects – animal or human.

Places are strictly limited and, of course, open to anyone in the world, without leaving the comfort and safety of your own home.

You’re welcome to ask questions during the workshop, but there’ll also be a question and answer section during the half-time break and at the end.

A kit, including all materials and reference photos needed, can be purchased to accompany the course.

 

Once you have secured a place, if you require a home workshop kit, please order this at least 7 days before the workshop (longer if international) to allow time for delivery. On booking, I will send all the information you need via email (please supply your email address), and a workshop link will be sent to you approx. 1 week before the workshop. A materials list and reference photo will also be supplied for those who haven't ordered the kit.

Don’t worry if you find you can’t keep up with the live sessions. You will receive a recording of each lesson (usually within two days) to allow you to have a go at a more relaxed pace.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • White coloured pencil

  • A4 black card

  • kneadable eraser

  • A4 white tracedown paper

  • A4 reference on plain paper

  • Reference photo (Emailed, or included in the kit)

** Kits are posted out a couple of weeks before the course starts **

  LIVE ZOOM COURSE - ELLA, SIBERIAN HUSKY - WHITE PENCIL ON BLACK CARD

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Date: Sunday 30th May 2021

Subject: Owl

Medium: Pastel on Velour

Course length: 3-hours

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photos (emailed), Recording of the Workshop.

A workshop kit containing everything you need is available for this class.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 1-4pm GMT (Please be ready with your materials by 12.45pm)

Price: £30

 

7 PLACES REMAINING

Join me in this live and fully interactive workshop, using pastels on velour to create an atmospheric painting of a barn owl perched on a gate post.

The misty early morning light is the setting for this painting, based around one of my own reference photos.

I will show how, with a little imagination, you can use a standard reference photo and create a wonderfully atmospheric painting; in this case, creating that low-lying morning mist with a soft focus background.

In addition, I’ll show you how to create soft feather textures and facial details of the barn owl and, in contrast, the wood grain and rusty metal of the old gate post.

I will take you through all the stages of pastel painting on velour – a unique and forgiving support for pastels.

Each layer has its own importance, and this will be explained and demonstrated in full during the workshop.

You can either paint along with me or, if you prefer, just sit back and watch. Either way, the workshop will be available for you to view exclusively after the event.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • Dark grey velour

  • Soft light brown, light (sap or chrome) green, sky blue pastels

  • Hard black and white pastels

  • Reference Photo (emailed after booking, or included in the kit)

Once you have secured a place, if you require a home workshop kit, please order this at least 7 days before the workshop (longer if international) to allow time for delivery.

 

On booking, I will send all the information you need via email (please supply your email address), and a workshop link will be sent to you approx. 1 week before the workshop. 

OWL IN PASTEL - LIVE ZOOM WORKSHOP

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LIVE ZOOM COURSE - SKETCHING BRITISH MAMMALS - 6 WEEK COURSE

Start date: Thursday 10th June 2021

Subject: British Wildlife

Medium: Graphite Pencil

Course length: 6 x 1.5-hour classes (9-hours total)

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photos (emailed), Feedback, Recording of the Workshop.

A workshop kit containing everything you need is available to purchase for this class.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 7pm-8.30pm GMT (Please be ready with your materials by 6.45pm)

Price: £90

FULLY BOOKED

My Zoom sketching courses have proved to be very popular and, it seems, attendees are getting a lot out of them, both by actively using their sketchbooks more as well as producing some wonderful sketches along the way.

Sketching, for me, is a fundamental part of an artist’s life and I am particularly fond of sketching animals.

Following suggestions received and interest in my own sketches and drawings, I am now offering a totally new six part sketching course, featuring some of our favourite and most iconic mammals.

Each week the course will take one subject and study its essential and individual features before going on to create a sketch of that week’s subject, using my own techniques. You can also consolidate what you learn in each lesson by having a go at the homework, which I will gladly appraise for you each week.

Don’t worry if you find you can’t keep up with the live sessions. You will receive a recording of each lesson (usually within two days) to allow you to have a go at a more relaxed pace.

Lesson 1 - June 10th – Rabbit

Sometimes thought of as pests by farmers, our fondness for rabbits as cute, furry creatures is doubtless consolidated in childhood stories and illustrations from the likes of Beatrix Potter.

This first lesson will show you the simple basic shapes of a full rabbit body, as well as learning about its specific features – eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Then, using a reference photo supplied, I will guide you through my process to create a lovely and lively sketch.

Lesson 2 – June 17th – Hedgehog

Nothing too complicated about the overall basic shape of another of Miss Potter’s favourites – the hedgehog, but what about all those prickly spines?

After a brief look at the body shape and essential features, I will show you how I initially sketch and then detail all those spines – essentially just very prickly fur!

A reference photo is provided for you to complete your characterful sketch of one of our best-loved, yet most endangered mammals.

Lesson 3 – June 24th – Badger

Had it not been for another favourite children’s author, Kenneth Grahame, the badger might still be feared and treated as vermin.

Instead, many of us see another of our iconic mammals as portrayed by Mr Badger in The Wind in the Willows.

Almost single-handedly, Kenneth Graham transformed our perception of the badger into an upstanding creature who ‘hates society’, but always has a warm and welcoming sett.

In this lesson, after discovering the basic shapes and essential features, we will focus mainly on the badger’s head, with its distinctive striped markings for this week’s sketch.

Lesson 4 – July 1st – Roe Deer

The roe deer is the most common of the six species of deer that can now be found in the UK.

I find that the slender, medium-sized roe deer is also possibly the most attractive of all the deer species we have. I sometimes spot these solitary creatures on my morning walks, their large ears and big, dark eyes so reminiscent of the fictional deer characters we grew up with.

In this lesson, after looking at body shapes and essential features – especially those eyes – we are going to tackle an atmospheric sketch of a roe deer out in the countryside.

This would be exactly the kind of sketch I would create as a precursor to a pastel, oil or acrylic painting; looking at lighting, tones and composition.

Lesson 5 – July 8th – Fox

In spite of the negative press that it has received over many centuries, many of us still harbour a fondness for the red fox. Aside from its looks, I’m sure many of us would like to possess the qualities of cunning, stealth and intelligence attributed to one of our most strikingly handsome mammals.

The fox has some interesting and varied body shapes; not least the angular ears and head with its pointed snout.

In this lesson, it is the fox’s body and that long, bushy tail that we’ll be concentrating on.

This will be a two-part sketch, the first part of which will be done during the lesson; a full body sketch of our fox with its head turned slightly, using the reference photo supplied.

The second part will be your homework for this week; creating a setting/background for the fox that will provide a kind of narrative for your sketch.

Naturally, I’ll offer some guidance and visual clues as to the kind of image that you might want to think about. Who knows? You might even want to turn your sketch into a complete illustration or painting?

Lesson 6 – July 15th – Leveret

Have we saved the best till last? Quite possibly, we have.

I can’t think of many of our native mammals that could be much cuter than a baby hare. Perhaps I’m a little biased, as I get to see these beautiful babies close up whenever Liz is hand-rearing; but there is something about the arrangement of the features, the ears which seem to have a mind of their own and, of course, eyes like no other that seem to look right into you.

Aside from the basic body shapes and other essential features, the leveret’s eyes will be the focal point for this final sketch.

Once again, we are going to incorporate some background and foreground into our lagomorph sketch in order to create a more natural setting.

A reference photo of our very own hand-reared leveret will be provided for you to work from.

As with the fox, you will be asked to research and create the setting for your sketch for your final week’s homework.

As I am anticipating and hoping that you might want to sketch even more of our native British wildlife, there is a kit available to accompany this course.

 

A kit, including all materials and reference photos needed, can be purchased to accompany the course.

 

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • 2B graphite pencil​​

  • Kneadable eraser

  • Paper blenders

  • A4 135gsm sketchbook (40 sheets) – for all your British wildlife sketches and field notes.

  • Reference photos (emailed before the class, or included in the kit)

** Kits are posted out a couple of weeks before the course starts **

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LIVE ZOOM COURSE - SKETCHING BRITISH BIRDS COURSE

Start date: Thursday 22nd July 2021

Subject: Sketching British Birds

Medium: Graphite Pencil

Course length: 6 x 1.5-hour classes (9-hours total)

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photos (emailed), Feedback, Recording of the Workshop.

A workshop kit containing everything you need is available to purchase for this class.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 7pm-8.30pm GMT (Please be ready with your materials by 6.45pm)

Price: £90

5 PLACES REMAINING

My Zoom sketching courses are proving to be very popular, and it seems attendees are getting a lot out of them, both by actively using their sketchbooks more, and by producing some wonderful sketches along the way.

Sketching, for me, is a fundamental part of an artist’s life and I am particularly fond of sketching animals and birds.

In response to suggestions received, I am now offering a totally new six part sketching course, featuring some of our favourite feathered friends.

Each week the course will take one group of birds and study its essential and individual features before going on to create a sketch of that week’s subject, using my own techniques. You can also consolidate what you learn in each lesson by having a go at the homework, which I will gladly appraise for you each week.

Don’t worry if you find you can’t keep up with the live sessions. You will receive a recording of each lesson (usually within two days) to allow you to have a go at a more relaxed pace.

Lesson 1 – July 22nd – Small garden birds

We begin the course by looking at perhaps our favourite of all the bird groups; those that most of us see on a daily basis.

This first lesson will show you the simple basic body shapes of small garden birds, such as sparrows, robins, blue tits and dunnocks as well as learning about their specific features  - namely shapes of beaks, legs, wings and tail feathers. Then, using a reference photo supplied, I will guide you through my process to create a lovely and lively sketch of a sparrow in a garden setting.

Lesson 2 – July 29th – Larger garden birds.

Many of us welcome larger birds into our gardens too; blackbirds, thrushes, doves, starlings and pigeons.

After a brief look at the body shapes and essential features of this group, a reference photo is provided for you to complete a sketch of a handsome collared dove.

Lesson 3 – August 5th – Corvids

It’s probably fair to say that corvids have always received a bad press, mostly from farmers having to find new ways to keep crows and rooks off their crops, magpies and jays stealing eggs and so on.

In this lesson, after discovering the basic shapes and essential features, we will create a sketch of a mischievous magpie, all dressed up in his distinctive dinner jacket.

Lesson 4 – August 12th – Waterfowl

Many of us enjoy visiting rivers, lakes and ponds to feed the ducks, geese and swans. We are lucky enough here to have a small lake just a few yards from our house, where we can study the many varieties of waterfowl.

In this lesson, after looking at body shapes and essential features – especially the webbed feet, we will sketch a cute & fluffy mallard duckling in the water.

 

 Lesson 5 – August 19th – Birds of prey

Undoubtedly birds of prey are strikingly good-looking. There is something about the eyes that sets them apart from other birds.

The essential features section will cover not only the eyes of this group, but also beak shapes and those vicious-looking talons.

Our model for this week’s sketch is a kestrel, a bird you might occasionally see hovering above a field or perched on a branch looking out for small movements in the grass below.

This will be a two-part sketch, the first part of which will be done during the lesson; a full body sketch of our kestrel, using the reference photo supplied.

The second part will be your homework for this week; creating a setting/background for the kestrel that will provide a kind of narrative for your sketch; perhaps perched on an old gate post?

Naturally, I’ll offer some guidance and visual clues as to the kind of image that you might want to think about. Who knows? You might even want to turn your sketch into a complete illustration or painting?

Lesson 6 – August 26th – Sea birds

I have fond memories of visits to the seaside as a child and seagulls always played an essential part of these visits, strutting around or cheekily swooping down to steal food from unsuspecting hands.

Of course there are many other seabirds around our coastline – gulls, puffins, terns and shags to name but a few – and we will look at some of the characteristics of this group.

As with the kestrel, you will be asked to research and create the setting for your sketch for your final week’s two part sketch.

This time, you will be sketching a cheeky gull in a harbour setting; perhaps having just stolen someone’s lunch. You could incorporate lobster pots and other seaside paraphernalia to tell a complete story about your gull.

As I am anticipating and hoping that you might want to sketch even more of our native British birds, there is a kit available to accompany this course which includes the materials that I personally use in my sketches.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • 2B graphite pencil

  • Kneadable eraser

  • Paper blenders

  • A4 150 gsm hardback sketchbook (40 sheets) – for all your British wildlife sketches and field notes

  • Reference photos (emailed before the class, or included in the kit)

A kit, including all materials and reference photos needed, can be purchased to accompany the course.

 

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • 2B graphite pencil​​

  • Kneadable eraser

  • Paper blenders

  • A4 135gsm sketchbook (40 sheets) – for all your British wildlife sketches and field notes.

  • Reference photos (emailed before the class, or included in the kit)

** Kits are posted out a couple of weeks before the course starts **

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Saturday 25th April 2020

Subject: Lion

Medium: Pastel on Velour
Length: 1-day

Included in the workshop: All materials, light refreshments, all tuition.

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Big Cat Sanctuary, Headcorn Road, Smarden, Ashford, Kent. TN27 8PJ
Times: 10am-4pm (arrive 9.30am)

Price: £120

 

2 PLACES REMAINING

Something new for me and hopefully for you, for the first of my Big Cat Sanctuary workshops in 2020; a full colour lion portrait in pastels on black velour.

The subject of this workshop is the handsome African lion, Kasanga, who you will get to meet and take your own reference photos, like this one, on the morning of the workshop.

The use of black velour gives much more depth of tone than other colours, such as the sand-coloured velour, as well as allowing you to create dramatic highlights that can give an otherwise ‘standard’ portrait much more atmosphere.

Whether you are an experienced artist or a beginner, Vic will guide you step by step through the process of painting with pastels on velour; how to create fur texture, realistic eyes, all important highlights and, of course, the special techniques required when using black velour.

As always, the big cat/art experience begins with a guided photography tour, starting at around 10am. This is a unique opportunity to gather your own reference photos of  wide variety of big and wild cats at very close quarters for future use in your artworks.

The tour finishes at lunchtime, during which you are free to visit the on-site shop for souvenirs and enjoy your lunch under the watchful gaze of mountain lions and the famous ‘Maya’, whose enclosure is next to where we will be working.

The workshop itself begins after lunch and ends at around 4pm, after which you are free to admire and take more photographs of the beautiful Maya in the late afternoon light before leaving for home.

All materials and light refreshments provided. Please bring your lunch, an easel (table or standing) if you need one, and sensible shoes for walking around the enclosures (no sandals or flip flops please). And don't forget your camera!

The day will begin at 10am promptly, so please try to arrive around 9:30am.

For every booking, we donate £50 to the Big Cat Sanctuary. These funds help the sanctuary with upkeep and conservation projects.

LIVE ZOOM COURSE - PORTRAIT IN OILS

BIG CAT SANCTUARY LION WORKSHOP

Stating date: Thursday 7th January 2021

Subject: Portrait

Medium: Oils on canvas
Course length: 4 x 1 1/2 hour classes

Included in the workshop: All Tuition, Reference Photo (emailed), Recording of the Workshop.

Other Info: The portrait course kit is available to order in advance for this workshop

Suitable for: Beginners & Advanced Artists.
Location: Live via Zoom - Instructions sent after booking
Time: 7pm-8.30pm (Please be ready with your materials by 6.45pm)

Price: £60

 

COURSE STARTED

‘Portrait in oils’ is a complete course aimed at artists who want to learn or improve their oil painting skills.

Each lesson will focus on a particular stage in the oil painting process, using the techniques that I have used myself for many years.

Lesson 1 – Underpainting part 1

(7th January 2021)

We begin the course with probably the most important stage in any painting, a burnt umber underpainting, using the dry brush technique.

Once completed, the underpainting acts as a tonal foundation for subsequent layers, giving both basic details and all important tones to create form.

 

Lesson 2 – Underpainting part 2

(14th January 2021)

Once the burnt umber underpainting is dry, which will be just a few days, we can begin to create more subtle mid tones and key highlights.

This will be achieved by using varied mixes of burnt umber and titanium white, thinned slightly with linseed oil for easier control and flow.

Note: There will be a two week gap before the next lesson to ensure that the whole underpainting is completely dry before lesson three

Lesson 3 – Glazing

(28th January 2021)

Once the underpainting is completely dry, we can begin to add colour in the form of transparent glazes, a traditional oil painting technique.

Using the additional colours of cadmium red, yellow ochre and French ultramarine, thinned with linseed oil, we will ‘tint’ the underpainting with various colour mixes to create skin tones, and background.

Lesson 4 – Final details

(4th February 2021)

Using the rigger brush and thinned mixes of burnt umber, French ultramarine and titanium white, we will refine the portrait with finer details in the hair, eyes, nose and mouth, adding a few finishing highlights here and there.

Please note, the course is £60 per person, however, if more than one person is using the same Zoom connection, then the fee covers all participants from the same household.

MATERIALS

  • 290gm oil painting paper (14x10 inches)

  • #6 oil/acrylic round brush

  • Watercolour rigger brush

  • Oil paints:  Burnt umber, titanium white, cadmium red, yellow ochre, French ultramarine

  • Linseed oil.

  • Reference photo (emailed upon booking)

A kit is available for this course, which contains all the materials you'll need to complete the oil painting. Please take into account delivery times when ordering the kit. This kit is posted in a large postal tube.

The great things about Vic's Zoom classes is that you also receive a recording after each class/workshop. So, if you cannot attend one of the lessons, or would just like to re-watch the tutorial, you have the recording to watch as often as you like.​

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