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Pencil Drawing Course Review
Bob Pardue Photography
Subject: Pencil drawing course online review
I am always on the lookout for ways to improve my skills as a designer so I’m really interested in drawing and sketching too. I find out what’s happening in art by hunting around the Internet to see if I can find new tutorials.
Yesterday I stumbled across a cool pencil drawing site that I think is going to make a HUGE difference, especially if you want to draw realistically.
It is a pencil drawing course that specializes in taking beginners and teaching them how to draw in a realistic style. The course itself is online video, so you can access it from anywhere in the world – the videos worked perfectly on my tablet and phone.
The course is a very comprehensive video series containing 13 lessons plus a ton of special bonuses.
The first few lessons get you off to a flying start with all the basics being covered. You will be amazed at what you will be able to draw after even just these lessons.
Each class is two hours long so you can even draw while watching the video, nothing is left to the imagination.
These online art classes were made available by a world renowned art teacher named Nolan Clark. Read about his astounding record below…
The course starts off by showing you all the equipment you need and the basic strokes. Even in this video I picked up a cool tip for erasing.
The Pencil Drawing Course
What I like is that each lesson builds on the previous so you are never thrown into the deep. Each class has it’s own concept or technique that you need to master, for example, in the second class you learn how to spot the different tonal values.
In the pencil drawing class, Nolan (the instructor) uses different Styrofoam objects to show you the light affects the tonal values. The way he explains it makes it so easy to understand, like fine art theory being explained in a practical way.
What You’ll Get..
With each class you get…
a downloadable template which you can print out and use to transfer to your drawing paper.
a high quality photo of the reference and the final drawing.
Over 26 HOURS of In Depth Art Lessons
…and a whole lot more!
The templates are laid out in the pdf in such a way that when you print it out, each are exactly the same size. This makes it easy to judge sizes while drawing.
The Art Course Curriculum
In each class you complete a drawing project.
For example, in the second class you draw a realistic spoon.
At the beginning of the class I thought it was going to be difficult. But, after watching the explanations at the start of the class and the practical demo, it turned out to be quite easy.
Still Life Drawings
The next four lessons are also still life drawings. There is an onion and garlic still life, transparent wine glass, rose and an apple drawing. In each of these you learn all about creating texture and depth in your drawings as well as drawing negatively and how to draw reflective objects.
Next, you start drawing portraits.
Nolan shows you how to draw all the major features like:
- the eyes
I really like the way he shows you what to look out for with each feature.
This means for example, once you finish the ear class, you can draw any ear and not just the one from the class itself.
What really makes this course stand out from the rest is that it goes much deeper than any of the other courses I have seen.
There are even classes on how to draw material textures and hands.
I am still busy with the course myself – it’s massive (there is over 32 hours worth of video in this course), but I know that my drawings are going to move up a few levels when I’m done. And, this is going to up my game in graphic design!
The course is brand new, so is currently on a launch special at less than half price!
So, why don’t you go and check it out for yourself, you may be able to still get this bargain for yourself!
Better check this out before the introductory offer ends.
From one artist to another, Thanks a Bunch!
Bob Pardue: Photography & Design
P.S. Let me ask you a quick question. If you could learn a skill like drawing hands, eyes, and yes–even learn how to draw faces which would last you a lifetime, how much would that be worth to you? $300? $200? $100? Well, this pencil drawing course is less than that if you get in while Nolan is offering the initial discount.