Thank you so much River for sharing your sketchbook. River was enrolled in my foundation drawing class at the School Of Visual Arts. He is now in my perspective class.
Schantelle’s sketchbooks are jam packed with ton’s of sketches and drawings. Her work ethic is bar none!
In this video I share with you a portrait draw-over in photoshop. There are many gems within this coaching video that can certainly help you to assess your own work.
In this live stream scheduled for Saturday September 19 at 10 AM we complete a drawing from a John-Baptiste Greuze. From start to finish we will cover multiple portrait drawing techniques.
This live class was held on September 5, 2020. Various still life techniques were the focus of this class. From composition, to value structure, to texture this class covered it. We also talked to the importance of starting with thumbnails. To see the live stream...
This live stream will help you with your landscape drawings. Specifically with how to create depth and atmosphere.
In this live stream I share with you how I start a portrait drawing from the eye. Drawing this Anthony Van Dyck self-portrait was a lot of fun.
I wanted to share with you this gesture drawing. I think you will most certainly get something out of watching this short figure drawing tutorial.
What I stress over and over again in the critique gallery is repetition. I’m a big believer in systems. Most artists hate systems, they think they are too restrictive.
Yeifei’s second sketchbook is a magical journey from New York back home to China during his winter break at The School Of Visual Arts. Experience his journey through his incredible art.
Thank you so much for taking the time to watch this video. Make sure you get to a life drawing class and draw some quick ones. Don’t be perfect, just have fun.
When flipping through Jinny’s sketchbook, it’s amazing to see how many styles she is flirting with. There are so many drawings in Jinny’s sketchbook that I can just sit with and enjoy. I hope you will do the same.
Arjun recently uploaded an under-drawing for a critique over in the members area of Drawing Tutorials Online. He mentioned in the comment section of the post that he was feeling a bit overwhelmed with starting.
Haveson was enrolled in my class for just one semester. Unfortunately Haveson was pretty sick for most of the semester. Although, I am very happy to have had them in class.
What I absolutely love about Merlin’s sketchbook is the variety. She really challenges herself to draw many diverse things. From birds, to interiors, to the figure to fan art, variety is her thing.
Kaylee was gracious enough to share her sketchbook with us on YouTube. If you stick with the sketchbook you can really see her progress.
Sean signed up to the One Month Coaching roughly three weeks ago. He was gracious enough to allow me to share part of his coaching critique with you.
Some techniques click with certain students while others do not. You will need to experiment with multiple techniques until you find the one that actually works for you
Every so often I get a student that has a perfect combination of raw talent, an incredible work ethic, tons of passion, and a good sense of humor. Yefei is that student.
It does not matter what medium you work in, digital, traditional, watercolor or pencil, it’s super important to get feedback on your artwork. Sure watching high quality video tutorials online is a must.