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Drawing Anatomy in Perspective – Leg Bone Critiques

Drawing Anatomy in Perspective – Leg Bone Critiques

May 24, 20180 Comments

It’s so important to think of perspective when you’re drawing anatomy. But how’s a person supposed to think of anatomy when the human body is basically a meat sack with a bunch little bumps and curves? In this critique, I picked one student who did an overall great job with simplifying the leg bones’ forms, but had a few problems applying perspective to their anatomy.

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MY BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET…

MY BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET…

May 16, 20180 Comments

Last week, I reached 100,000 subscribers on Instagram. I’m really proud of this and as a thank you for your support, I’m doing my BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET! I’ll be giving 5 subscribers EVERY SINGLE PREMIUM COURSE AND MODEL PACK in the Proko store… Find out how you can win in this instagram post.

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Sketching Subtle Facial Expressions – Master Study Critique

Sketching Subtle Facial Expressions – Master Study Critique

May 11, 20180 Comments

Got a problem drawing faces? A slight line tweak can throw off your character’s expression. Sound confusing? Court is here to help. In this critique, Court reviews students’ master studies. The first half focuses on replicating the style of those master artworks and the importance of clean design and line work. The second half dives into applying a master’s technique to create an original piece in their style.

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Digitally Painting Like a Sculptor – Caricature Critique

Digitally Painting Like a Sculptor – Caricature Critique

May 3, 20180 Comments

Ever try painting like a sculptor or drawing like a painter? This may sound unintuitive, but thinking in large blocks of shape and tone will help you develop the forms to look more real and natural. In this critique, we will watch one of our student’s digital process videos and review where they can improve in their work.

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Simplifying the Foot for Easy Drawing

Simplifying the Foot for Easy Drawing

April 19, 20180 Comments

Feet are hard to draw, so I’m gonna break it down for you into simple forms. Once you learn and understand these forms, drawing feet is much easier. You’ll no longer have to draw them buried under drapery…grass…kittens or any other conveniently placed objects. Watch and learn! And don’t forget to try these out yourself. Learning from the video is important, but practicing the assignment drawings is the next important step to reaching mastery.

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Shape Design and Features Premium Examples

Shape Design and Features Premium Examples

April 16, 20180 Comments

Sign up for premium and get you’ll get 4 videos of Court doing a professionalized final rendering of caricatures of David Bowie, Amy Schumer, Donald Trump, and Bill Clinton.

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Process for Successful Drawings – Caricature Essentials

Process for Successful Drawings – Caricature Essentials

April 12, 20180 Comments

Everything you’ve ever learned about caricature, all the steps and techniques, have finally lead us to this important point: drawing Beet Man (aka Stan Prokopenko). In this final example for the caricature course you’ll see the entire caricature process from start to finish. You’ll get a recap on the usefulness of picking a spirit animal to influence your shape design choices and get some more tips on digitally shading your artwork.

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Finding the Ultimate Truth with Cesar Santos

Finding the Ultimate Truth with Cesar Santos

April 5, 20182 Comments

I sit down with Cuban-American artist Cesar Santos to ask him about his journey as an artist and his thoughts about art in general. We get deep and he teaches me how to philosophize 😛

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Advanced Foot Drawing Techniques

Advanced Foot Drawing Techniques

April 1, 20180 Comments

Okay, so you’ve already learned about the foot bones from my previous lesson. Now let’s learn the advanced stuff that really makes your drawings look good. Now before we go any further, I must warn you that you might find this technique highly frustrating. You might even struggle with it for the first thousand drawings or so, but with enough practice, you’ll develop the muscle memory and it will become handy.

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How to Draw Feet with Structure – Foot Bone Anatomy

How to Draw Feet with Structure – Foot Bone Anatomy

March 30, 20182 Comments

Since the foot is so bony, knowing the bones directly helps you draw the surface forms. The foot is challenging to draw because it’s flexible, asymmetrical, and should usually look like it’s on the ground (perspective). This lesson will focus on the overall design of the foot, along with the form, proportion, and mobility of the individual bones.

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