HannDrawn has held workshops to teach all you lovely people her crafty ideas and always uploads tutorials on her instagram BTS shots & videos how she creates her illustrations. Keep an eye out for updates on her instagram to see when she will be doing another workshop.
08th December 2021
Devonshire Pub, Balham
HANNDRAWN X BLACKPOOL SIXTH FORM
HannDrawn was asked to host a workshop at her old Sixth form in Blackpool where she studied Art 10 years ago. She taught a group of fashion, art and graphics students how to doodle on windows in her style. .
She drew up and artwork beforehand that the art department suggested some ideas that included the colleges goals and aspirations. The day started by talking to the students about how I got to where I am today, Then we worked on some clear plastic sheets to doodle on ideas relating to their current project at a-levels. HannDrawn doodled the outline then guided the students on the detail, pattern and even her calligraphy.
It was such an inspirational day and I left feeling so proud of not only just what we have achieved together in that day but myself as an artist. I always find it hard to call myself an artist as I feel it’s quite a bold title but after being back where I studied I felt overwhelmed with how far I have come.
I really hope this could be a new chapter as I would love to do more of these workshops and teaching students how to doodle their ideas in schools more. Watch how her day went below.
HANNDRAWN X MEGANS – Lockdown Workshop
In Lockdown 2020, Megan’s Restaurants asked HannDrawn to create a crafty video to help all the customers get creative whilst in isolation. Dont worry, you can do the workshop in the videos below… enjoy! If you would like a copy of the worksheet HannDrawn created, drop her a message.
Before COVID she held a Valentines waterfall card workshop at the Exhibit in Balham. There was 22 people + a little pooch who came, that she guided through step by step how to create a magical moving valentines card. All the materials was provided with a variety of choice of colours, which all materials were made from recycled papers.