The description of the mastervclass was:
"In this workshop we’ll be exploring two of the things that have driven my creative process. The first is an acceptance that there can be nothing truly new, only new combinations. The second is a realisation that drawings are neither good nor bad but only different forms of communication.
We created a new version of the story of Snow White in which we thought of a different element for every part of the story. It was then split into 14 parts, Everyone got the task of drawing one part of the story using ink. In the story Snow White wanted to create a chaotic natural space in a controlled, structured environment ruled by the Evil Queen. In my scene Snow White found a new safe haven where she could create her garden/home. She was led there by the animals of the city instead of the animals in the woods in the original story.
All in all it was a great day and I definitly learnt some great things! I loved working so quick with just a scene to go from, I could really let my imagination run free and that made my drawing free too. The biggest issue I have with work most of the time is not trusting my skill and instict and a lot of work being too constricted by that, so this really was a breath of fresh air!
I can't wait to see what more good things ELCAF has in store next weekend!