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Drawing fundamentals: From beginner to master

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Join over 260,000 learning student and start gaining the drawing skills you’ve always wanted. The Drawing Fundamentals: From beginner to master will show you how to create advanced art that will stand up as professional work. This course will enhance or give you skills in the world of drawing – or your money back.

The course is your track to obtaining drawing skills like you always knew you should have! Whether for your own projects or to draw for other people. This course will take you from having little knowledge in drawing to creating advanced art and having a deep understanding of drawing fundamentals. So what else is in it for you?

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What Will You Learn?

  • Get an in depth understanding of the fundamentals of drawing
  • Learn gesture drawing, line and contour drawing, structural drawing, perspective drawing, portrait drawing and more
  • Learn and apply industry-standard drawing techniques
  • Learn how perspective works and how to incorporate it into your art
  • Gain access to the bonus section where I’ll teach you how to draw animation styled characters
  • Draw everyday objects, people, animals and scenes, using effective techniques

Course Content

Getting started in the drawing course
Getting started in the drawing course

  • About the instructor
    02:00
  • Introduction to the drawing course
    10:00
  • Tips for success in this course
    20:25
  • Drawing from photographic reference vs. a real life subject or scene
    25:25
  • Using a table or Easal to draw
    10:10

Line and contour drawing
Line and contour drawing

Fundamental of drawingin perspective
Fundamental of drawingin perspective

Drawing course conclusion
Drawing course conclusion

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2 years ago
I did this course last winter. I’m now taking a college course on portraits. We were doing the eye and I was totally confused. I went back to the eye lessons and am much more clear on doing an eye.