COURSES FOR TEXTILE DESIGNERS BY TEXTILE DESIGNERS 

Floral Illustration for Textile Design 

In-person coaching is coming to you. 


This is your chance to master foundational floral illustration basics and uncover your potential as a textile designer. 

Tap into our team of experts for input on your technique and draw from their well of knowledge. 

YOU WILL LEARN

  • THE DETAILED STYLE OUR STUDIO IS KNOWN FOR How to take a sketch to a design-ready element  
  • TRICKS TO FINNESSE YOUR PERSONAL STYLE Receive feedback specific for you
  • FOUNDATIONAL LAYOUTS Which floral elements combine to create a great textile design

 YOUR TICKET INCLUDES

Face to Face Group Instruction

Watch our industry veterans in action. They'll show you how to produce a range of popular floral illustrations with easy to follow steps.

Floral Illustration Course Booklet

Your booklet is bursting with tips and how-tos, including many of the fundamentals we cover on the day. Refer back to it time and time again, it's yours to take home. 

All Materials Supplied

Don't bring a thing! We supply a range of fineliner pens, a pencil, eraser and paper plus reference photos and real flowers for inspiration (if you have your own reference, go ahead and bring it along!)


Ongoing Access to Your Tutors

Get project-specific feedback, technical help or careers advice inside our private Facebook Group. You have the expertise of our whole design studio at your disposal.

***THE CLASS SIZE IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 11***

SECURE YOUR SEAT

DATE: Saturday, 29th February 2020

TIME: 9AM to 2PM 

TICKETS: $295  

Longina Phillips Designs Studio Lvl 2/425 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills SYDNEY  

We provide:

  • Pencil, eraser, 3 fine liner pens
  • Drawing paper
  • Fresh flowers for inspiration
  • A selection of photo references
  • Morning tea


Bring with you:

  • An interest in drawing and design
  • An open mind
  • Any specific materials or references you wish to work with
  • Lunch or lunch money 



Remember, all of this is included!

  • Industry-Standard Techniques
  • Quality Information
  • All Materials Supplied
  • A Booklet for Future Reference
  • Unlimited Feedback on Your Work Via our Private Facebook Group
  • Entry to the Longina Phillips Designs Community

THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU IF YOU

  • want to learn professional floral illustration skills from Australia's most experienced working textile designers
  • want to give your work broader appeal
  • think your drawings could be stronger
  • are getting bored with your current style and want to try something new!

WHO ARE WE?

 The Print School was founded five years ago by Longina Phillips Designs Studios out of a need for industry-specific textile tutorials. Both our customers and Instagram followers (you guys rock) expressed an interest in learning creative skills from our leading designers. And here we are!

FAQ'S

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? 

These courses have been designed with industry creatives and recent graduates in mind, offering a unique insight into the textile design industry and practical instruction on how to improve your skills. Anyone with a creative soul and the drive to improve their technique will find this class inspiring and valuable.

DO I NEED EXPERIENCE? 

No! We’ve designed this class for everyone from beginner to advanced skill levels. The class takes you through techniques you can develop and ultimately incorporate into your design practice.

DO YOU OFFER A PAYMENT PLAN?

No, we only offer a one-time payment.

I CAN'T MAKE THIS DATE. ARE THERE ANY OTHER DATES AVAILABLE? 

Not currently, but if you'd like to hear about upcoming workshops, please email us at theprintschool@longinaphillips.com 

CAN MY TEENAGER ATTEND?

The Print School is open to teenagers from the age of 15. Please download a copy of our Under 18 Enrolment Information & Consent Form and return it to theprintschool@longinaphillips.com prior to the workshop.

WHAT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS AFTER THE COURSE?

Join our private Facebook group for ongoing access to your tutors and other textile design professionals at the Longina Phillips Designs studio.