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How to Draw Dynamic Comic Book Superheroes Start to Finish

A Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Drawing Superheroes

By Robert Marzullo | in Online Courses

The comics industry is booming, and not just with stories on the same familiar characters you see in the movies. New characters and storylines are emerging every day and the barriers to entry for artists and creators are lowered. In this course, you'll learn how to draw dynamic comic book superheroes step-by-step so you can invent your own characters and begin creating their stories.

  • Access 57 lectures & 9 hours of content 24/7
  • Break down the major components that comprise familiar superhero comic characters
  • Learn about proportions, anatomy, suit design, foreshortening, rendering, perspective, & drawing dynamic poses
  • Understand how to apply techniques to game art, comics, concept art, & more

Instructor

Robert Marzullo has been a working professional artist for most of his life. He has been published in comics, created 3D animation and characters for television, illustrated storyboards for commercials, and owned and operated his own design firm successfully for over 15 years.

He is also the author of the book Learn to Draw Action Heroes by Impact Publishing.

He's currently a professional freelance illustrator and comic artist where he creates digital art for his clients and shares his knowledge in digital art and computer software through online teaching. With over 75,000 Youtube subscribers, he felt he should create some more in-depth content for students wanting to take their skills to the next level.

Robert's goal is to help aspiring artists realize their potential and break the mental barriers that hold them back from creating the artwork of their dreams.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to this Course. (1:12)
  • Basic Proportions of the Superhero Male
    • Lesson 1 - Male Superhero Proportions - Forward Facing (8:15)
    • Lesson 2 - Male Superhero Proportions - Forward Facing - Applying Anatomy (8:34)
    • Lesson 3 - Male Superhero Proportions - Profile View (6:59)
    • Lesson 4 - Male Superhero Proportions - Making Adjustments (5:04)
    • Lesson 5 - Male Superhero Proportions - Back View (8:38)
  • The Superhero Female
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Forward Facing (10:42)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Forward Facing - Adding Anatomy (7:03)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Side View (7:42)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Back View (5:52)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Suit Design (4:02)
  • Drawing the Muscle Bound Brutes
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Proportions (10:08)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Proportions - Suit Design (6:04)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Rendering the Materials (5:41)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Angled Pose (9:46)
    • Lesson 5 - Critiquing and Editing Your Own Work (5:16)
  • Drawing Dynamic Superhero Poses
    • Lesson 1 - Exercise - Drawing the 3 Main Masses of the Body (13:50)
    • Lesson 2 - Exaggerated Poses for Comics (9:32)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing Male Dynamic Poses - Practice (5:09)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing Female Dynamic Poses - Examples (7:31)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing Female Dynamic Poses - Second Example (10:05)
    • Lesson 6 - Drawing the Mannequin and Refining the Pose (6:19)
  • Drawing Characters with Perspective and Foreshortening
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing Characters in Perspective (11:00)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing a Character in a 2 Point Perspective (14:09)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing a Character in a 3 Point Perspective (14:33)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing a Character in a 3 Point Perspective - Adding in the Details (10:48)
    • Lesson 5 - Foreshortening Techniques (12:45)
    • Lesson 6 - Foreshortening an Arm Pose - Part 1 (11:54)
    • Lesson 7 - Foreshortening an Arm Pose - Part 2 (14:57)
  • Creating a Comic Book Scene - Superhero Flying Towards Camera
    • Lesson 1 - How to Use Thumbnail Sketches to Create Our Superhero Concept (11:46)
    • Lesson 2 - Making Changes to our Rough Sketch (13:06)
    • Lesson 3 - Cleaning up the Pose (10:28)
    • Lesson 4 - Adding Line Weight to the Drawing (13:52)
    • Lesson 5 - Creating Our Superhero Suit Design (13:06)
    • Lesson 6 - Drawing in Our Background (15:37)
    • Lesson 7 - Drawing in Our Background - Part 2 (9:19)
    • Lesson 8 - Drawing in Our Background - Part 3 (7:53)
    • Lesson 9 - Rendering Our Superhero Design (15:39)
    • Lesson 10 - Cleaning up the Helmet Design and Face of Our Character (7:19)
    • Lesson 11 - Inking Our Superhero - Part 1 (16:14)
    • Lesson 12 - Inking Our Superhero Character - Part 2 (12:21)
    • Lesson 13 - Inking Our Superhero Character - Part 3 (6:28)
    • Lesson 14 - Inking the Background - Part 1 (14:07)
    • Lesson 15 - Inking the Background - Part 2 (12:42)
    • Lesson 16 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding the Flats Part - 1 (11:26)
    • Lesson 17 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding the Flats Part - 2 (12:20)
    • Lesson 18 - Adding Soft and Hard Edge Shadows (11:56)
    • Lesson 19 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding Highlights (10:40)
    • Lesson 20 - Adding Color to the Cape (6:16)
    • Lesson 21 - Adding Highlights to the Suit Design (4:13)
    • Lesson 22 - Adding Color to the Buildings - Part 1 (11:01)
    • Lesson 23 - Adding Color to the Buildings Part 2 (14:46)
    • Lesson 24 - Adding Color to the Buildings Part 3 (4:58)
    • Lesson 25 - Adding Effects to the Background (6:06)
    • Lesson 26 - Adding Color the Eyes and Face of our Superhero (9:57)
    • Lesson 27 - Adding Motions Lines and Effects (11:58)
    • Lesson 28 - Adding the Final Touches (13:14)

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How to Improve Your Figure Drawing Step by Step

Learn How to Draw the Human Form Like a Professional

By Robert Marzullo | in Online Courses

In this basic approach to figure drawing, you'll learn techniques to systematically break down the various parts of the body into simpler shapes and understand how to work them into one figure. Following along with a professional artist, you'll gain insight into how the artwork and poses are created and understand how to create them yourself.

  • Access 27 lectures & 6 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore gesture drawings, timed studies of the pose, negative space drawing, perspective, & much more
  • Get a copy of the art files as downloadable PDFs
  • Become more confident in constructing your figure drawings from the mind

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Robert Marzullo has been a working professional artist for most of his life. He has been published in comics, created 3D animation and characters for television, illustrated storyboards for commercials, and owned and operated his own design firm successfully for over 15 years.

He is also the author of the book Learn to Draw Action Heroes by Impact Publishing.

He's currently a professional freelance illustrator and comic artist where he creates digital art for his clients and shares his knowledge in digital art and computer software through online teaching. With over 75,000 Youtube subscribers, he felt he should create some more in-depth content for students wanting to take their skills to the next level.

Robert's goal is to help aspiring artists realize their potential and break the mental barriers that hold them back from creating the artwork of their dreams.

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  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction Video (2:43)
  • How to Improve Your Figure Drawing - Breaking Down the Form
    • Lesson 1 - Breaking Down the Body Into Basic Forms (17:35)
    • Lesson 2 - Breaking Down the Arm Shapes (19:03)
    • Lesson 3 - Breaking Down the Legs - Front Side (17:09)
    • Lesson 4 - Breaking Down the Legs - Back Side (14:52)
    • Lesson 5 - Breaking Down the Torso - Front Side (24:18)
    • Lesson 6 - Breaking Down the Torso - Back Side (18:38)
    • Lesson 7 - Drawing with Foreshortening Part 1 (20:01)
    • Lesson 8 - Drawing with Foreshortening Part 2 (19:17)
    • Lesson 9 - Breaking Down Hands Part 1 (11:42)
    • Lesson 10 - Breaking Down Hands Part 2 (15:48)
    • Lesson 11 - The Body in Action Part 1 (16:08)
    • Lesson 12 - The Body in Action Part 2 (14:40)
  • Additional Techniques to Improve Your Figure Drawing
    • Lesson 1 - Lesson on Gesture Drawing (4:46)
    • Lesson 2 - Refining Your Pose (5:01)
    • Lesson 3 - Creating Studies of Specific Areas in Your Work (4:58)
    • Lesson 4 - Twisting of the Body (6:13)
    • Lesson 5 - Line of Action - CSI (9:21)
    • Lesson 6 - The Human Figure - Basic Proportions (12:32)
    • Lesson 7 - Techniques for Foreshortening (10:41)
    • Lesson 8 - Drawing an Example of Foreshortening (7:32)
  • Drawing Female Arms
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing Female Arms - Pose 1 (10:02)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing Female Arms - Pose 2 (6:33)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing Female Arms - Pose 3 (7:10)
  • Drawing and Shading Muscular Arms
    • Lesson 1 - How to Draw and Shade Muscular Arms Comic Book Style Pose 1 (27:07)
    • Lesson 2 - How to Draw and Shade Muscular Arms Comic Book Style Pose 2 (20:19)
    • Lesson 3 - How to Draw and Shade Muscular Arms Comic Book Style Pose 3 (16:30)

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How to Draw Heads Step-by-Step From Any Angle

Draw Male & Female Comic Style Heads In a Variety of Ways

By Robert Marzullo | in Online Courses

Being able to draw heads confidently is an essential skill for any artist. In this course, you'll learn how to draw a variety of heads and faces from any angle by exploring popular techniques like the Andrew Loomis method. By discussing how to draw individual areas of the face, you'll gain confidence in constructing the entire head of your character.

  • Access 49 lectures & 8.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to distort or caricature the head & facial features
  • Gain a firm understanding of the rules when drawing the human head

Instructor

Robert Marzullo has been a working professional artist for most of his life. He has been published in comics, created 3D animation and characters for television, illustrated storyboards for commercials, and owned and operated his own design firm successfully for over 15 years.

He is also the author of the book Learn to Draw Action Heroes by Impact Publishing.

He's currently a professional freelance illustrator and comic artist where he creates digital art for his clients and shares his knowledge in digital art and computer software through online teaching. With over 75,000 Youtube subscribers, he felt he should create some more in-depth content for students wanting to take their skills to the next level.

Robert's goal is to help aspiring artists realize their potential and break the mental barriers that hold them back from creating the artwork of their dreams.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction Video (2:14)
  • Structure of the Head
    • Lesson 1 - Studying the Cranium (8:00)
    • Lesson 2 - Dividing the Head Into Thirds (8:33)
    • Lesson 3 - Mapping Out the Features of the Face (9:35)
    • Lesson 4 - Mapping Out the Features of the Face - Part 2 (7:46)
  • Drawing Heads in Front and Side Views
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Male Head in a Profile View (15:03)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Female Face - Front View - Part 1 (11:42)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Female Face - Front View - Part 2 (11:23)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing the Female Face - Side View (13:26)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing the Female Face - Final Adjustments (3:03)
  • Drawing Heads on an Angle
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Head on an Angle (13:48)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Head on a Downward Angle (12:25)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Head on a Downward Angle - Part 2 (10:00)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing the Head on a Downward Angle - Part 3 (10:36)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing the Female Head on an Upward Angle (11:36)
    • Lesson 6 - Drawing the Female Head on an Upward Angle - Part 2 (9:37)
    • Lesson 7 - Drawing the Female Head on an Upward Angle - Part 3 (15:30)
    • Lesson 8 - Drawing the Male Head on an Upward Angle (7:43)
    • Lesson 9 - Drawing the Male Head on an Upward Angle - Part 2 (6:07)
    • Lesson 10 - Drawing the Male Head on an Upward Angle - Part 3 (11:53)
  • Drawing Various Character Types with and without Structure
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Head - Changing Proportions of the Face (11:46)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Head - Changing Proportions of the Face - Part 2 (4:15)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing a Pretty Face - Front View (14:22)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing a Pretty Face - Front View - Part 2 (8:28)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing the Head Using Less Structure (9:05)
    • Lesson 6 - Drawing Various Character Types - With and Without Structure (6:20)
  • Drawing Eyes - Male and Female
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing Eyes - Constructing the Eye (12:46)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing Eyes on an Angle (11:02)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing Eyes - Male Versus Female (10:50)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing Anger and Fear Eye Expressions (13:27)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing Eyes - Young and Old (9:51)
  • Drawing Noses
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Nose - Profile View (9:13)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Nose - Downward Angle (11:19)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Nose - Upward Angle (16:50)
    • Lesson 4 - Drawing the Nose with less structure (5:28)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing Noses with more Variation (9:39)
  • Drawing the Mouth
    • Lesson 1 - Understanding the Basic Shapes of the Mouth (9:58)
    • Lesson 2 - Creating Gestures of the Mouth (10:45)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Mouths - Male Versus Female (7:01)
    • Lesson 4 - Rendering the Mouth - Male and Female (10:01)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing a Monster Mouth (8:59)
  • Drawing Female Hair Styles
    • Lesson 1 - Drawing the Female Hair Style - First Example (25:50)
    • Lesson 2 - Drawing the Female Hair Style - Second and Third Example (16:31)
    • Lesson 3 - Drawing the Female Hair Style - Rendering the Third Example (23:01)
  • Drawing Male Hair Styles
    • Lesson 1 - Establishing the Form of the First Hair Style (13:35)
    • Lesson 2 - Rendering the Form of the First Hair Style (4:04)
    • Lesson 3 - Establishing the Form of the Second Hair Style (9:21)
    • Lesson 4 - Rendering the Form of the Second Hair Style (12:07)
    • Lesson 5 - Drawing the Third Hair Style - Form and Rendering (10:36)

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The Art And Science of Drawing And Shading: Beyond the Basics

Take Your Shading Skills From Basic to Advanced

By Brent Eviston | in Online Courses

If you can shade a sphere, a cube, and a cylinder, you can learn to shade any subject, no matter how complex. This course will show you how. In these five in-depth lessons, you’ll learn how light operates on complex objects including concave forms like cups and bowls as well as organic subjects like fruit and vegetables. This course even includes an introduction to cross-hatching, one of the most sought-after drawing skills The skills taught in this course are essential for anyone interested in continuing on to figure drawing.

  • Access 5 lectures & 1.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Discuss concave forms & organic form
  • Understand how to manage complexity
  • Learn about dynamic shading

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Brent Eviston studied at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles, and has worked with and learned from numerous master artists. In addition to studying drawing his entire life, he has taught drawing for more than 20 years at art schools, museums, galleries, and studios. Brent specializes in teaching traditional drawing, figure drawing, and anatomical drawing.

His online courses are the culmination of decades of drawing and teaching experience. Once enrolled, you will learn the most powerful drawing tools and techniques available — many of which are rarely taught outside of private art academies.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • First Section
    • Lesson 1: The Cone & The Egg (19:59)
    • Lesson 2: Concave Forms (16:36)
    • Lesson 3: Managing Complexity (18:46)
    • Lesson 4: Organic Form (17:21)
    • Lesson 5: Dynamic Shading (19:50)

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The Art And Science Of Drawing: Basic Skills

Start Drawing Today & Learn the Most Sought-After Creative Skill

By Brent Eviston | in Online Courses

This course is designed for the absolute beginner artist but recommended for anyone who would like to improve their drawing skills. Using hands-on demos, you'll get a feel for basic techniques and understand concepts essential to drawing.

  • Access 15 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to hold the pencil
  • Discover how to draw any shape
  • Understand how to analyze any subject
  • Use light lines & basic shapes to lay an accurate foundation for finished drawings
  • Bring your drawings to life w/ detail & texture

Instructor

Brent Eviston studied at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles, and has worked with and learned from numerous master artists. In addition to studying drawing his entire life, he has taught drawing for more than 20 years at art schools, museums, galleries, and studios. Brent specializes in teaching traditional drawing, figure drawing, and anatomical drawing.

His online courses are the culmination of decades of drawing and teaching experience. Once enrolled, you will learn the most powerful drawing tools and techniques available — many of which are rarely taught outside of private art academies.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • First Section
    • Lesson 1: How to Begin (14:33)
    • Lesson 2: Circles & Ovals (13:46)
    • Straight Lines & the Shapes They Make (15:22)
    • Lesson 4: Charting the Course of Curves (19:00)
    • Lesson 5: Putting it All Together Part 1 (7:01)
    • Lesson 5 Cont'd: Putting it All together Part 2 (19:40)
  • Bonus Material
    • Scrub Jay Demo Part 1 (17:59)
    • Scrub Jay Demo Part 2 (17:13)
    • Scrub Jay Demo Part 3 (15:57)
    • Botanical Demo Part 1 (18:25)
    • Botanical Demo Part 2 (17:37)
    • Botanical Demo Part 3 (16:26)
    • Figure Demo Part 1 (19:27)
    • Figure Demo Part 2 (16:38)
    • Figure Demo Part 3 (16:21)

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Drawing Animals Using Pastel Pencils

How to Create Stunning Animal Paintings

By Colin Bradley | in Online Courses

Pastel pencils are one of the easiest mediums for beginners to pick up and learn and in this course, you'll learn how to draw animal subjects from scratching using pastel pencil techniques. You'll get an outline for each drawing so you can begin by tracing before elevating towards the more complicated drawing.

  • Access 27 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Draw a barn owl, laying dog, Siamese kitten, grey wolf, & a mother and baby penguin
  • Learn how to build colors & create a piece of art you can be proud of

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Colin Bradley became a professional artist in 1982 and opened his gallery in Broadstairs the same year. With 35+ years experience, 20,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 3 million views, his teaching has inspired people all around the world. Over the years, Colin has developed a range of unique techniques which you won’t find anywhere else.

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  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Welcome
    • Welcome (2:11)
  • Barn Owl
    • Introduction (5:02)
    • Head (12:44)
    • Body and Feet (39:36)
    • Tree Trunk (21:02)
    • Background (10:09)
  • Laying Dog
    • Introduction (3:47)
    • Head (19:27)
    • Eyes (12:37)
    • Body and Nose (14:32)
    • Background (18:07)
  • Siamese Kitten
    • Part 1 (26:12)
    • Part 2 (28:59)
    • Part 3 (22:27)
    • Part 4 (29:44)
    • Part 5 (29:02)
    • Part 6 (30:25)
  • Grey Wolf
    • Part 1 (26:27)
    • Part 2 (32:50)
    • Part 3 (40:45)
    • Part 4 (42:02)
  • Mother and Baby Penguin
    • Part 1 (33:30)
    • Part 2 (32:55)
    • Part 3 (17:34)
    • Part 4 (30:09)
    • Part 5 (22:04)
  • Summary
    • Sharing Your Work

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Portrait Drawing Fundamentals Made Simple

How to Draw Realistic Portraits Step-by-Step

By Hien Nguyen | in Online Courses

Portrait drawing can be extremely rewarding, but also incredibly difficult for beginners. This course, however, breaks down the complex topic of portrait drawing into manageable concepts and step-by-step exercises to help you start creating beautiful portraits fast. You'll begin by learning simple concepts and practicing basic drawing exercises and, as you improve, the lessons will gradually increase in difficulty until you've drawn your own realistic portrait.

  • Access 34 lectures & 6 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the Loomis Method & how to use it to draw a simplified head in the front, 3/4, and side view
  • Discover how to draw the head from different angles to create more dynamic portraits
  • Build upon the Loomis Method to construct a three-dimensional head
  • Understand the rules of lighting in order to make your drawing look realistic
  • Explore the basic anatomy of each facial feature so you can draw them better

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Ethan Nguyen is a professional artist and teacher who has taught thousands of students how to draw the head and figure through his courses and online videos. His strength as a teacher comes from his ability to deconstruct complex subjects into manageable concepts.

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  • Certification of completion not included
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  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Section 1 - Drawing the Simplified Head
    • Lesson 1 - Introduction & Materials (3:15)
    • Lesson 2 - The Grid Method (8:34)
    • Lesson 3 - Loomis Method, Front View (5:28)
    • Lesson 4 - Loomis Method, 3/4 View (3:22)
    • Lesson 5 - Loomis Method, Side View (2:16)
    • Lesson 6 - Loomis Method, Front View, Tilted Down (6:39)
    • Lesson 7 - Loomis Method, Front View, Tilted Up (7:38)
    • Lesson 8 - Loomis Method, 3/4 View, Tilted Down (3:26)
    • Lesson 9 - Loomis Method, 3/4 View, Tilted Up (3:53)
  • Section 2 - Planes of the Head
    • Lesson 10 - Proportions of the Head (5:11)
    • Lesson 11 - Head Planes, Front View (7:42)
    • Lesson 12 - Head Planes, 3/4 View (6:54)
    • Lesson 13 - Head Planes, Side View (5:36)
    • Lesson 14 - Head Planes, Front View, Tilted Down (9:10)
    • Lesson 15 - Head Planes, Front View, Tilted Up (7:22)
    • Lesson 16 - Head Planes, 3/4, Tilted Down (7:02)
    • Lesson 17 - Head Planes, 3/4 View, Tilted Up (7:12)
  • Section 3 - Fundamentals of Realistic Shading
    • Lesson 18 - 5 Elements of Shading (6:12)
    • Lesson 19 - Different Types of Edges (6:02)
    • Lesson 20 - Rules of Realism (5:18)
    • Lesson 21 - Sphere Drawing Exercise (15:45)
  • Section 4 - Drawing the Facial Features
    • Lesson 22 - Eye Structure & Form (6:56)
    • Lesson 23 - Eye Drawing Exercise (Part 1) (27:35)
    • Lesson 24 - Eye Drawing Exercise (Part 2) (27:17)
    • Lesson 25 - Nose Structure & Form (3:39)
    • Lesson 26 - Nose Drawing Exercise (18:04)
    • Lesson 27 - Lips Structure & Form (4:32)
    • Lesson 28 - Lips Drawing Exercise (13:29)
    • Lesson 29 - Ear Structure & Form (4:34)
    • Lesson 30 - Ear Drawing Exercise (15:52)
    • Lesson 31 - Hair Form & Texture (6:39)
    • Lesson 32 - Hair Drawing Exercise (Part 1) (24:01)
    • Lesson 33 - Hair Drawing Exercise (Part 2) (24:14)
  • Section 5 - Drawing a Complete Portrait
    • Lesson 34 - Final Portrait Drawing (Lay-In) (11:25)
    • Lesson 35 - Final Portrait Drawing (Rendering) (27:43)

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