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Have you taken Jen & Ink?
Are hooked and looking for more ballpoint drawing goodness?
I got you. You’re gonna love this….
Welcome to Jen & Ink in COLOR!
Jen & ink in Color is a companion to the original “Jen & Ink” course. In this self-paced e-course, I dive into color, the color wheel, and color theory. You’ll learn how to harmoniously work two or more colors together in a composition as well as more advanced ballpoint pen drawing techniques.
Supplies You’ll Need for this Course
Ballpoint pens (the more colors the better!)
A comfy place to sit
Your favorite beverage
A basic understanding of ballpoint pen drawing
A willingness to practice
Enthusiasm for COLOR
It is recommended that you take “Jen & Ink” before taking this course.
“Jen & Ink in Color” builds on what is taught in the original “Jen & Ink” course. To get the most out of it, you’ll need the foundational skills presented in “Jen & Ink” to make sense of the new material.
What you Get When you Enroll
INSTANT access to 6 in-depth lessons, each including step-by-step videos.
3 HOURS of up close and personal drawing video.
UNLIMITED lifetime access to the course material, including any future updates.
MEMBERSHIP in the private Jen & Ink Facebook group, where you can ask questions and share your work.
By the end of this course, you should understand how to harmoniously use multiple ballpoint colors in one drawing.
Upon purchase you will have unlimited access to the materials, so you can work at your own pace, and can come and go as you please. No deadlines. No pressure to create!
I put together a little preview video of course materials.
Lesson 1: The Color Wheel
Learn how to use color wheel to understand the relationships between colors.
Lesson 2: Analogous Colors
We start off easy, working with colors that are next to each other on the color wheel.
Lesson 3: Complementary Colors
Taking it up a notch, we learn how to use color opposites, which can be tricky.
Lesson 4: Triad Color Schemes
We add in a third color and discuss how to use yellow ballpoints.
Lesson 5: Monochromatic and More
Learn how to work with multiple versions of the same color, brown, and a fun compositional technique for working around a shape.
Lesson 6: Working with Black
Learn how to use the magical black ballpoint to cover up problem areas and enhance the contrast of any drawing.
Meet Your Instructor
Hi there. How are you? I'm Jennifer Johansson and I've been making and teaching art for almost 20 years. My current art tool of choice is the humble ballpoint pen. Over years of practice, I developed a unique, abstract drawing style that people really respond to. As I’ve been out of the classroom for going on 7 years now, It’s been great to dip my toe back into teaching again in this virtual venue. It’s a joy share my skills with students from all over the world!
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the class start? Jen & Ink is a self-paced program that starts anytime you join.
Who is this course for? This course is for anyone with a interest to learn a unique ballpoint pen drawing technique. If you're willing to put in the time and the practice, you can learn how to draw abstractly with a ballpoint pen. *It is recommended that you take the initial “Jen & Ink” course before tackling this one.
How long will I have access to the course materials? Forever!
What materials do I need? I’ll go into specifics in the class, but check out this blog post where I share my faves.
What if I need help or advice? I have created a private Facebook Group for all course members to join. In the group, you can ask questions and share your work.
How are payments handled? Payment is securely processed using either credit card or PayPal.
What happens after I register for the course? You will receive 2 emails; a purchase confirmation and an email with the login details for your course. If you have any problems, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you offer refunds? Sorry, e-courses are non-refundable.
Can I use this course in my K-12 classroom? Purchase a classroom license and you're good to go!
Other questions? Email email@example.com. I'm happy to help!