Courses

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Beginners Guide to Drawing

There are many concepts and terms students need to learn to attain a deeper understanding of design. This 3 part series focuses on exactly what a beginning drawing student needs.

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Studying with Sargent

Lady Agnew is perhaps Sargent's most captivating portrait. It launched his career as a successful portrait painter and we are going to extract as many insights as possible during the master study series.

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Learning from the Masters: Rembrandt

Discover how to layer oil paint in a specific way to get consistent results with your paintings by using Rembrandt as your guide. Over 5 hours of instruction.

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Portrait Drawing with Patrick Byrnes

Drawing a realistic portrait calls for an interpretation of the values we observe in nature. Start this course and learn Patrick's approach to portraiture using graphite and chalk.

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Portrait Sculpture with Eudald de Jauna

In this demonstration, you’ll get to watch Eudald sculpt a portrait from the armature to the final refinements. His entire process from start to finish filled with commentary from the artist.

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Figure Drawing Master Class with Stephen Bauman

Figure drawing is more than just technique. It's a weaving together of knowledge about the human body from the inside out combined with the right drawing process.

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Art Student Community (now in beta)

This is a totally beta feature- eventually it will be a place where I host competitions and give away useful stuff. Join for free if you like and maybe, over time, it becomes something interesting.

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