You Will Love This If:
- You are looking for instruction to create realistic art
- You have struggled in creating realistic artwork and need some help improving
- You are just getting into drawing and need a starting point
Learn to see with the eyes of an artist! Follow best-selling author Claudia Nice as she demonstrates easy-to-follow techniques for achieving realistic drawings. Start with simple shapes and strokes and build towards putting them all together and creating complex designs that are made easy with Claudia’s step-by-step instruction. Master proportion and foreshortening, hone your observation skills, and gain a better knowledge of your materials are just a few of the essentials steps to improve your realistic drawings. Claudia will teach you all of these key components and improve your drawing in no time!
Included in this drawing video:
- 127 minutes of valuable drawing instruction
- Step-by-step instruction and demonstration from an experienced artist and educator
Watch a preview of this video now!
Simple Shapes: Draw an Apple—shape, strokework, shading, blending, values
Symmetrical Shapes: Draw a Vase—easy tip for making objects symmetrical without fancy measuring tools, strokework, shading, blending
Proportions: Draw a Seagull--easy tip for making objects proportionally accurate without fancy measuring tools (comparison drawing), strokework, shading, blending, values and how to show shadows on white object
Combining Shapes: Draw a Flower—use comparison drawing and tips for proportion & symmetry to put simple shapes together, strokework, shading light or white objects, blending
Transparency: Draw an Eye—in-depth look at the effects of light and shade on an object, strokework, shading, blending
Foreshortening: Draw a Hand--easy tip for checking angles and making comparisons
HB, 2B, 4B, 6B
Bristol smooth (or plate) surface
Soft paint brush (to brush away eraser or graphite flakes)
Erasers: kneaded and vinyl
About Claudia Nice:
A best-selling author of more than 25 art instruction books and videos, Claudia’s oils, acrylics, watercolors and drawings can be found in private collections nationally and internationally. A self-taught artist, Claudia has traveled the world conducting workshops and seminars, and as a judge at major art competitions.