From experimental to traditional drawing styles, Rod Judkins’ 100 Drawing Projects course is all about experimentation. We spoke to amateur artist Tao Zou about his time upon the course and take a look at the amazing work created on the course.
©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What is your name and where are you from?

My name is Tao Zou and I am from China.

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What is your occupation?

I used to be a Marketing Director for a global telecommunications company, now I’m a dedicated art amateur.

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What course did you study on and why did you choose it?

I took the 100 drawing projects course. The CV of tutor, Rod Judkins, attracted my attention and I wanted to improve my drawing techniques as well as my way of creative thinking.

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What did you enjoy most about your course?

The intense pace of assignments got me fully engaged. We tried so many intriguing ways of drawing and it’s really an eye-opener for my artworks and more for my daily life.

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

How has this course benefited your career and personal development?

It has positively affected my way of thinking.

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What would you say to someone who is thinking about taking a short course at Central Saint Martins?

Completely worthwhile!

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

What do you believe is integral to the work of an artist, in any discipline?

Creativity is more important than techniques.

What 3 words best describe your short course experience at CSM?

Fun, intriguing and impactful!

©Tao Zou

©Tao Zou

Feeling inspired? There are still some places left to book on Rod Judkins’ 100 Drawing Projects course starting in September and during the Autumn Term. Or check out our website for our full list of available courses. P.S. Summer School is now on with plenty of amazing courses to choose from 🙂 see you there!