Drawing Fundamentals

Drawing Fundamentals

Try the first lesson for free.

This course will explore the art and science of drawing and how to see and understand the visual world that surrounds us. It is a course meant for beginners or anyone who wants a refresher on the fundamentals. Through both thought and practice, foundational principles will be taught and demonstrated to help students develop their drawing ability.

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2014

  • Full Access / Self-Taught

    View videos online or download to watch on your device. Full course access does not expire.

    Lesson assignments available as PDF downloads. Ask questions about assignments and lessons at any time.

    Regular Price $50.00

  • Full Access + Teacher Feedback

    Includes everything in the self-taught class plus you will be able to submit each lesson assignment and get personalized feedback on your work.

    Feedback will be in either written or video format at the teacher’s discretion.

    Regular Price $225.00

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With the Teacher Feedback option, you will be able to submit each assignment one time to receive personalized feedback from the course teacher.

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Scott Robertson

Scott is originally from the forested hills of Pennsylvania. He currently lives and works in New York City as a designer and web developer.

Along with his own study of drawing, he has had training at various art institutions including the Rhode Island School of Design, the School of Visual Arts, and the Academy of Art in San Francisco.

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Drawing Fundamentals

5 Sections | 14 Videos

1. Getting Started
1.1 The Pencil
1.2 Enthusiasm
1.3 Seeing
2. Line
2.1 Broad Angles
2.2 Subtle Angles
2.3 Squiggly Lines
2.4 Nook & Cranny
3. Shape
3.1 Being Negative
3.2 Basic Shapes
3.3 Combine
3.4 Broad to Subtle
4. Putting it All Together
4.1 Conscious Training
4.2 Start to Finish
5. Next Steps
5.1 Onward
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