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Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 1: Looseness, Rhythm, and Appeal with Danny Galieote

Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 1: Looseness, Rhythm, and Appeal
Discover Your Own Artistic Voice Danny will guide you through an analysis of master works and what makes them so great

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Danny Galieote
Colored Pencil, Digital Tablet, Paper, Pastel, Pencil
3h 22m 33s
Finding Your Voice as an Artist

In this series, artist Danny Galieote tackles a challenging topic that everyone eventually faces: how to find your personal voice as an artist. This first lesson will cover Danny’s influences on Looseness, Rhythm, and Appeal. He will discuss various Pontormo works as well as a variety of animation drawings that helped to shape his voice as an artist. At the end, Danny will assign an exercise to help you put the ideas he discussed into practice.


  • Digital Tablet
  • CarbOthello Pencil – Burnt Sienna
  • Caran d’Ache Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencil – Scarlet
  • General’s Kimberly Drawing Pencil – 6B
  • Prismacolor Ebony Pencil

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