In this video learn how light affects the appearance of form and learn about the elements that make form look 3-dimensional: Light, shadow, highlight center light, halftone, reflected light, form shadow, cast shadow, core shadow and occlusion shadow.
If you prefer to read, here is the transcript: Hello and welcome to a very special Halloween episode of Proko. My name is Stan Prokopenko and for this Halloween episode I decided to draw Jack Skellington. He’s very easy yet very fun to draw. So, let’s have some fun. I’ll start by warming up with [...]
Learn how to draw the lips step by step: lay-in, two value, dark accents, halftones / highlights, and details. Start with the 5 squishy little pillows of the lips and render 3-dimensional form using tone.
In this video learn to draw the nose in 5 steps: lay-in, two value, dark accents, halftones / highlights, and details. We visualize the minor and major planes of the nose and render 3-dimensional form using tone.
In this second part of ‘The Illusion of Depth’ series, I cover perspective, converging lines, overlapping forms, foreshortening, scale and detail. Using shape related concepts to add depth to your artwork.
Today I will be showing you guys how to draw a figure. This information was passed down to me through many generations of masters and took me an entire decade to master myself! It takes at least 10,000 hours to get the hang of this, so I suggest you start practicing now.
This video is a timelapse of the drawing I did in my previous video, which was a critique of a creature concept by John Willis. After I posted that video I went back and made some changes based on critiques that you guys gave me.