So what is our course about? Our course is about providing essential knowledge of art and illustration. Primarily in the
digital medium using Photoshop CC and graphics tablets.
Currently Studio Fezilla is catering primarily to beginners. Our course guide (researched, illustrated and designed by
Luke himself) covers the essentials that a beginner needs, in order to better understand art and illustration.
These essentials are the fundamentals of art and illustration: Line, Shape, Form, Value, Space, Colour and Texture.
Our fundamentals section is complete. However, we are gathering information in order to better provide a fun
projects section of the course, in order to put these fundamentals to work. Please bear with us while this is
10 Week Course Fees: $500, all tools, software and hardware provided.
Our course is comprised of 10 two hour workshops. Students are required to elect a suitable time slot that they would
like to join.
Private Tuition Details
Private one on one tuition is $45 p/h. Students may elect to do a one, one and a half hour, or two hour session.
Private tuition is required to fit in around our course time slots. If there is not a course time slot being utilised on
certain evenings we will use the free space for private tuition instead. However if a course applicant requires the
spot the private tuition student will need to be rescheduled.
Private tuition tends to appeal to adult students who may struggle to make it to a regularly scheduled workshop
Course News and Updates
February 14th '17: Our first term has begun as of February 14th 2017. Many time slots have commences however there
are still some that are vacant for new applicants.
Tuesday 4 til 6 PM is still open for applicants.
Thursdays 4 til 6 PM time slot is still open for applicants.
Saturday's Kids and Teens day: 10 AM to 12 PM is still open for kids/teens applicants.
Saturday's Kids and Teens day: 3:15 til 5:15 PM is still open for kids/teens applicants.
All other time slots have commenced and are underway. No further applications can be made until we begin our
next terms in April and May.
More about our Course
The course we are designing covers the theory on fundamentals, but will also have a fun project segment
coming in the near future.
The projects will be designed to provide application of the fundamentals that were previously covered in the first
section of our course content.
The subject matter of our projects is currently being decided on.
Each project will have an aim to be a fully fleshed out example of how to approach a self paced artistic task from start
to finish. This helps to give students follow-through and the ability to develop a work flow for a concept from beginning to end.
Our course guide is also crammed full of useful hints, tips, resources and other useful things relating to both traditional and