Been waiting three years for this. It's rewarding to see this part of the course finally coming into being.
THIS is the atomic level of drawing right here. Forms (specifically boxes and cylinders) are the visual alphabet that underpins nearly every representational drawing. I see a lot of students that *think* they have a problem with anatomy when in reality they are struggling with form. Form is worth obsessing about, and worth obsessing about early. Additionally, learning to handle form correctly will make other books like "How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way", and "Figure Drawing For All It's Worth" more useful. I can't think of a better art education communicator to put this out in the world than Stan, and I cannot recommend this approach enough.
Looking back at my computer every 5 minutes to see if Stan has released the new lesson on perspective. jk.. kind of.. just patiently sketching in the meantime.
This is what I’ve been waiting for, I’m very excited for this portion of the lesson!!
Would anyone like to join me in a study session type group chat? We'd meet every few days, watch the lessons, critique each others art, and so on. I'm only level 1 in this, and my line art isn't great, but that's why I want other people I can have conversations and critiques on each others art with, so I can see where I need to go and be kept accountable for doing the lessons. Dm me if interested.
I am so exciting for this lessons I am so glad with this curse, thank you so much Stan :) you are great teacher.
Oh man, boxes and cylinders. When I started drawing I spent a good chunk of my first year with drawabox. Guess I'll do some of that in preparation.
Thanks so much for this VERY clear practical step-by-step approach! You’re the bestest of teachers! 🙏 I’m excited.😜
Are there any good books that go into the Depths of "mathematical Precision" of Perspectiv? I would like tom know what that looks like.
OMG Finally I can do my favourite part of the course argh im only on animal gestures moving and just slowly moving to Mike Mattessi but dam this is one of my favorites to learn.