Could someone write me a SCHEDULE for beginners? I have a lot of free time now
it would be amazing if someone can suggest me one
A good place to start is drawabox. all he doss over there is perspective. Its free but its not easy. Also he has a link to a good perspective lecture series by vanderuff (who is here on proko) about prespective. Most of the assignments are weekly so thats your schedual.
i my self am a beginner and what i do is complitly simple - draw every day - start with drawing only lines and circles ( 5 min) - draw 1 thing every day that you want to improve in ( for me it is cars ) and i draw every day a car - and then comes the fun part i draw what i want. Just something creative. Also what you probably need is find one thing ( for me it was cars ) and obsses about them for a week. So you attack the subject and learn then you implement it in your daily routine But this is best for me. Make yourself your own schedule. Experiment. 😊
Well, I also started learning how to draw as a beginner, early this year in March. I'll list it down: 1. So I followed "Learn to Draw" video by SchaeferArt. His video helped me learn the basics like shading, perspective, light, and the basics of sketching. He has 11 lessons in total and has more content. It took me a week to get done with it. This is the link ->(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewMksAbgdBI&list=RDCMUC26yPlaptBN_X2FfWbJ-iCw&start_radio=1&rv=ewMksAbgdBI&t=3&ab_channel=SchaeferArt) 2. After that I moved on to DrawAbox where you can learn how to draw for free and I'm almost at the end. This course has been helping me a lot and making me confident with my pen skills. It is tough but at the same time has a lot of good information. 3. Since I'm almost done with DrawAbox. I'm about to learn how to draw faces, figures, and anatomy from Proko and youtube. 4. After that I'm going to learn how to paint. So that I can learn more about color and paint. 5. To be continued
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Could someone write me a SCHEDULE for beginners? I have a lot of free time now. thx
I do one subject at a time. So right now I'm doing perspective. All my time and energy are spent learning that subject. But it just depends on how you learn . Some people would get bored and unfocussed with my regiment. Others like me wouldn't be able focused or retain info training a different topic each day.
hi martin, if my schedule works for you then feel free to use it. I start by warming up for 1 hour by learning and going through the foundations (proportions, gesture, structure and perspective). Then after warming up, I focus most of my time on what my main "goal" would be for the day, week or month e.g. if i want to get better at drawing the eye, i will spend my overall drawing time learning the forms, casts and anatomy of the eye. after spending a few of hours on my main "goal" i might take a 1 to 2 hour break to refresh my mind. if i feel like i want to draw more, then i might learn how to shade or sort out my values (though its up to you what you would want to learn). and that's pretty much it. sorry if that didn't make any sense. hopefully it was helpful and good luck on your art journey. chao 😀.
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