Nathan W. Pyle is a New York Times Bestselling cartoonist living and drawing in Manhattan. His book of black and white etiquette cartoons, “NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette” (HarperCollins) has become an iconic part of the New York City experience and his drawings of city life have been enjoyed by millions of New Yorkers and tourists alike. His Instagram following is at 290,000 and growing. His next…
1) WHAT DID YOU SEE?: We all introduce ourselves and draw 5 things we saw on our commute to the class. 2) YOUR BOOK: Nathan passes out signed copies of his 112 page doodlebook, "99 Stories I Could Tell" which is the textbook for the class. 3) YOU ALREADY KNOW HOW TO DRAW: An exercise in creative shape interpretation to prove that every student already knows how to draw! 4) DRAWING YOUR HUMAN…
Nathan will provide pens along with a signed copy of his doodlebook, so all you need to cartoon will be provided!
Water and snacks
Signed book and pen
Umbrella and rain gear (in event of rainy forecast)
After we spend a time indoors at 575 Fifth Avenue, we will, weather-permitting, walk to a nearby scenic outlook in Tudor City to talk about city inspiration and review all that we've learned.