Date: 29 June 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Venue: HIBISCUS ACADEMY, 182-1A, Jalan Tun HS Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Instructor: Ignacio de Juana (from Spain)
Fee: RM 150 (for two hours, materials will be provided)
If you would like to register now, please see the following steps:
CHOOSE THE COURSE:
Please check the course/workshop you would like to attend here: https://www.hibiscusacademy.co/course
1. Please make payment to:
Public Bank 3812949105
2. After making the payment, please send the bank slip to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Possible to make payment via Paypal by adding cart
After making the payment, please fill in the form attached. The name of the course will be the one you chose from https://www.hibiscusacademy.co/course.
After completing the form, please send to email@example.com
After we receive your payment, we will acknowledge your payment officially via email. When the course is confirmed, we will send you the official receipt. If the course is not started, we will refund the fees to you as soon as possible.
Once payment is made, it is not refundable after class is confirmed to start unless it can be proved that it is necessary in the eyes of law.
Do you want to know how to handcolour your photos? Come join Ignacio’s art WORKSHOP.
Feel the benefits of Handcoloring by joining this Workshop 🤗.🎨🖌️🖼️
🖼️🖌️ Learn a new technique
😎 Improve concentration
😍 Relieve stress
😁 Relaxing atmosphere
Hand-colouring Photography helps your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. While you are painting your photo you could forget about daily-life problems. Hand-colouring Photography had numerous health benefits for both kids and adults. Some of them include:
✓ Overall stress reduction due to less cortisol production (cortisol is a stress hormone).
✓ Better and longer concentration span.
✓ Improved fine motor movements of hands.
✓ A reduced pulse rate.
✓ Lower heart rate and blood pressure.
✓ Trigger the production and release of feel-good hormones.
Hand-colouring refers to any method of manually adding colour to a black-and-white photograph, generally either to heighten the realism of the photograph or for artistic purposes. Hand-colouring is also known as hand painting or overpainting.