I hope the course will have specific exercises and goals, unlike previous proko courses, just videos and demos. We need specific goals to streamline learning.
Just brought the course, hopefully after this course I would be able understand a lot more stuff in different courses or video. Also thank you for making this course and speeding up my art progress.
Can’t wait! Once upon a time, I signed for other Proko’s lessons, my art, however not great that it was, even featured briefly in proko.com. But eventually I fell out of love with drawing, because I was being overwhelmed with so much stuff (gesture, anatomy, perspective, so on) and couldn’t get a grip on it. The Beginner’s Coirse is perfect for me! Can’t wait!!
How long will the basics course be? About how many hours of lesson time is to be expected. (an estimated amount of time works!)
I’m not sure if this course is right for me. Is there a syllabus somewhere that lists the lessons? Also if I buy it on presale when does the return window start? From the date of sale or the date of its release?
Learning the fundamentals has been on my todo list forever and was already my 2023 resolution, so I'm so excited about this course! Heard it on the new Draftsman episode and bought immediately -- looking forward to January and finally trying to figure out how to draw properly. :D
I'll still use the traditional materials, but is it okay if I supplement them w/ digital ones also. I'm trying to conserve paper and pencils.
Hey! I was wondering if using a drawing tablet will also work for this course or should i stick to pen and paper?
Hi all! I am an older person - stay at home mom homeschooling my children - who wants to learn to draw for the joy of drawing. The more I listen to The Draftsmen podcast the more I realize Proko is geared toward someone who wants to be a professional artist. I'm wondering then if this is really the place for me. I'm wondering if the Drawing Fundamentals course is also too focused on that to where it doesn't fit my situation. I am also starting to feel like I shouldn't draw at all until I have learned more and can do it well but I guess drawing poorly for a long time has to precede drawing at all proficiently. Any thoughts for me? I appreciate any insight!
I did it! So excited! Heading over to drawabox.com for the next weeks and looking forward to January. I am not really a beginner but despite drawing for over 40 years now by no means a pro ... hope I made the right decision.