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In this series, artist Danny Galieote tackles a challenging topic that everyone eventually faces: how to find your personal voice as an artist. This second lesson will cover Danny’s design and tonal influences. He will begin with an analysis of Ivor Hele, Robert Riggs, and his own work, followed by several toned paper demonstrations. At […]
In this series, instructor Chris Legaspi will share with you various ways to render your drawings, using a variety of different materials. In this first lesson of the series, Chris starts with the most basic material, graphite, and shows you how you can use this simple tool to render your drawings beautifully. Chris will demonstrate […]
In this series, figure drawing instructor, Karl Gnass, will show you how to draw an entire figure through his five crucial stages: Gesture, Formulation, Anatomy, Light and Tone, and Aesthetics. In this fifth lesson of the series, Karl will share with you the next step: Light and Tone. Karl will begin with a lecture on […]
Learn Charles’ methods for finding the correct proportions of the head and features of the face. Charles will do several demonstrations, both from imagination and photo reference, and will conclude the lesson by giving you an assignment to help you practice what you’ve learned.
In this series, instructor Chris Legaspi shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop as an artist. This second lesson in the series will go over what Chris refers to as, “The 5 Major Tools.” These include: Layers, Keyboard Shortcuts, Custom Brushes, Selection Tools, and Images Adjustments. Chris will go over each of these tools in-depth, […]
In this series, acclaimed artist and instructor Gary Meyer will impart on you his knowledge of multi-point perspective, light and shadow, and reflections. Gary continues his series with this lesson on drawing in Two-Point Perspective. He elaborates on different techniques for dividing lines, repeating rectangles, and checking for distortion in your perspective drawings. Materials 18″ […]
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 […]
In this series, instructor Chris Legaspi shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop as an artist. This series will be extremely helpful if you have been wondering how to use your traditional artistic skills in a digital medium, but don’t exactly know where to begin. This first lesson in the series will cover how to […]
In this series, you will learn how to create your own ecorché sculpture from scratch with artistic anatomist, Rey Bustos. Rey makes the challenging but rewarding subject of learning artistic anatomy easy-to-understand and fun. In this sixth lesson of the series, Rey will show you how to bake the skeleton of your ecorché at home. […]
In this series, you will learn how to create your own ecorché sculpture from scratch with artistic anatomist, Rey Bustos. In this fifth lesson of the series, Rey will show you how to sculpt the scapulae, forearms, and hands. Rey will begin with the forearms and hands and finish off with the scapulae, explaining every […]
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