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Figure Drawing Timelapse – Yoni

February 18, 201418 Comments

Hey guys, I hope you enjoyed this drawing time-lapse! Just want to let you know that the full 2.5 hour demonstration is available in the premium course. The demo is narrated. I describe everything in detail and talk about my thought process as I progress through each stage of the drawing.

I talk about measuring the layin to get correct proportions, constructing the anatomical forms, shadow mapping to prepare for the tone, and then I work on the general tonal composition and “paint” in the tones using charcoal powder and a brush. Finally going through each part of the body and shading in the tones to reveal the 3d forms and details.

Figure Drawing Yoni Finished

So, again if you want to watch this full demo and the 15 hours of premium content in the figure drawing fundamentals course, just visit for the details.

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  1. victor says:

    excellent tutorial from a great artist Thank you very much

  2. Judi hopewell says:

    Adore this time lapse lesson…more please…also if time a discussion on the use of graphite oowder would be appreciated. X

    • I prefer the charcoal powder even when using graphite pencils. I found the graphite powder is more spotty and doesn’t erase as well. Seems like I get better control with the charcoal powder. I also prefer the flat matte finish of the charcoal powder. NEVER use graphite powder under charcoal pencils; it doesn’t work…

  3. That was sooooooo enjoyable! Wonderful style, craft, and knowledge, as well as fun to watch.

  4. José María Fernández (Spain) says:

    Fantastic tutorial. I enjoy all of your videos. Continue with them, please.

  5. tom-paul says:

    Bloody Great Work! I always loved pencil and ink drawings. You rock man. tp

  6. DrawnToArt says:

    Excellent, I can’t wait to learn to do this. Going over to watch the Premium tutorial! (so glad I joined!)

  7. Zaki says:

    Hi Stan, how soon is the anatomy series? And will it be part of the Figure premium, or a separate premium?

    • I’m not sure exactly when it will start. I’m hoping in a few months. Need to prepare some more. Photo shoots with models, video footage of models, 3d animation setup, etc..

      Anatomy will be a separate course from figure fundamentals. It will be intensive and long so I think I will split it into 3 separate courses: torso, arms and legs. Arms will include lessons on hands. Legs will include feet.

  8. Winstar says:

    I was mulling over purchasing premium for a while since I discovered the videos on YouTube a few days ago. The more I watched the more came closer to wanting to hit that Purchase button. Till I eventually bit the bullet and made that purchase today. Was not an easy purchase to make on my part, but if it gets me the results I desire then it was worth every penny.

    I have been drawing for many years and bought many books and watched hundreds of tutorial videos online on how to improve. I feel this course will be able to give me the drawing ability I have sought for so long but never got. I can’t wait to get started.

  9. victor says:

    the best tutorial iI have found THAK YOU

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