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Designing characters using basic shapes

Designing characters using basic shapes
This course focuses on using the shape language to draw characters that communicate personality, story and emotions, rather than focusing on drawing perfect anatomy. We’ll be developing unique and expressive characters by speaking visually with shape language.

Creative lettering for absolute beginners

Creative lettering for absolute beginners
This course focuses on using the shape language to draw characters that communicate personality, story and emotions, rather than focusing on drawing perfect anatomy. We’ll be developing unique and expressive characters by speaking visually with shape language.

Creat some comics

Create some comics
Once I heard advice that If you want to become a better writer you have to write everyday. I translated that idea into comics by drawing these really crude, raff-drawn comics that I call warm-ups. I don’t worry about anyone reading them.

Create a composition sketch with a piece of charcoal

Create a composition sketch with a piece of charcoal
In this course I will use a large or chunky piece of charcoal and an image I took while I was visiting Main many years ago and create a basic composition sketch by using a large piece of charcoal versus a small piece of charcoal or a finer piece.

Drawing animal characters with a simple method

Drawing animal characters with a simple method
This course is about to share one simple method that can help you draw animals in a few simple steps with the shapes you like. It is also a good way to get inspirations and characters for your next artwork. The only tool you need is a pencil.

Drawing funny faces for comics

Drawing funny faces for comics
I’ve always been inspired by cartoonists and animators who make really good use of expressions. That’s why I’ve decided to make this course about the majestic and noble art of drawing funny faces and then using them in funny comics

Paint your watercolors florals
In this course you’ll know how to get inspired by making a mood board, how to explore form by sketching, and how to paint your watercolors florals. But the most important is that I hope you’ll get more comfortable with watercolors and that it’ll get your creative juices flowing.

Doodle a ready to send greeting card

Doodle a ready to send greeting card
In my course I will be training you how to doodle a greeting card. This is all you need in my class. Basically: a pencil, some fineliners, a piece of paper and a blending stub. And if you can’t get a blending stub, a piece of tissue will also do.