Classic Disney Gesture Drawing
Location: CTN Studio
847 Hollywood Way #100
Burbank, CA 91505
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Bring your own drawing supplies.
June 27 - August 8th (6 weeks or 'a la carte')
No class July 4
(July 4th is skipped due to Independence Day)
$215 for the 6 week series online
$250 at the door
$45 Individual per session online
$50 at the door
Last class includes raffle to win one 4-day pass to the CTNX2019 and other prizes.
(Must be enrolled in 6 week series to be eligible for raffle)
Classic Disney Gesture Drawing is a very popular workshop that is only held at this location. Originally created by Walt Stanchfield for Walt Disney Animation is NOW available to you.
This workshop will take place in the CTN Studio located in Burbank Ca. We are extremely proud to have Randy Haycock who will be sharing what he feels is the purists approach to gesture and expression in drawing. As a direct disciple of the great gesture instructor from Walt Disneys classic animation days, Walt Stanchfield, Randy shares his talent and passion with you during this very exciting, high energy and spirited workshop.
Draw from live costumed models each session.
The French girl who is getting dressed to go out. From slip to final dress. Handbag, maybe stuffed dog on leash.
Cowboy with props ready to be a cow hand. John Wayne style.
Beach scene with props. Beach Blanket Bingo
Ballet dancer getting ready to perform or rehearse.
Randy Haycock has been in the animation industry for 29 years. Starting his career at Walt Disney Animation on “Aladdin” as an animator and has an illustrious list of credits that include “The Lion King”, “Hercules”, “Atlantis”, “The Princess and the Frog,” and “Moana” bringing
to life many memorable characters.
"Draw verbs, not nouns. A noun is a thing that can be named; a verb is that thing
given the breath of life." --Walt Stanchfield
Walt [Stanchfield] was a kind of Mark Twain for us at Disney. He always taught with humor and skill. You learned to see the world through his eyes. I remember him one day encouraging us to leap into our drawings with boldness and confidence, "Don't be afraid to make a mistake. We all have 10,000 bad drawings in us so the sooner you get them out the better!" Sitting in Walt's class was as much a psychology course as it was a drawing class. One couldn't help walk away with your mind and soul a little more open than when you entered. --Glen Keane