This camp sells out quick so sign up early!
Welcome to the world of video game art! Video game artwork incorporates a wide range of styles that makes it very appealing. In this camp we will :
– Explore the fundamentals of painting and color theory
– What makes video game illustration unique and developing style
– Using different materials like paint, markers and colored pencils to enhance your work
– Developing your own characters
There will be demonstrations and camp projects as well as students working on projects of their choosing. If you love video games then you will enjoy this art camp! Students of all levels and experience are welcome.
Please have your student bring their choice of unlined sketchbook. All other supplies are included.
Instructor: Christina Davis
Christina Davis is a local muralist and art instructor for Blue Ridge Montessori School and Onward Academy this Spring. She promotes enthusiasm for learning new mediums through popular subject matters like landscapes, strong female figures ,and anime! Her studio pieces have been exhibited at the Academy Center for the Fine Arts and participated in First Fridays on many occasions. She works on numerous community projects to bring more color , accessibility , and diversity through art.
Her passion for expressing her identity led her to become a self taught artist. When she isn’t teaching art, drinking coffee , or spending time with her daughter: She loves to create pieces that reflect her voice, color, and individualism . Her work captures the most fleeting moments, and the way she looks at the world. Focus on most of her series starts with a face or emotion, then she starts improvising during the process, and dark contour lines.
with Education Access Program Discounts Underwritten by