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Instructor: Kirk Nelson
Released: April 1, 2014
Video Format: MP4
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 1.00 GB
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Digital drawing has become an increasingly popular trend as the price of tools involved decreases and the uses of digital art increases. And if you’re a digital artist who would like to know how to draw for comics, then this course is for you! Read more…

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Proko. Figure Drawing Fundamentals Course

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Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 10.5 GB
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This course is approachable enough for beginners and detailed enough for advanced artists. My philosophy is to teach timeless concepts in an approachable entertaining way. I believe that when you are having fun, you learn better. I take pride in producing high quality videos that you will enjoy watching and re-watching. Read more…

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SINCE 1974 MYRON HAS TRAINED professional painters sculptors designers illustrators fine artists architects even doctors & college bound students. This college bound students have won over 4 Million merit scholarship to the best universities. Read more…

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Instructor: Stan Prokopenko
Runtime: 4h 26m
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Stan Prokopenko shows an effective approach to drawing the portrait from any angle. Then study the anatomy of eyes, nose, lips, and ears. The information is presented in an entertaining way to keep you engaged and willing to re-watch the lessons. Read more…

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Tutsplus Introduction to Digital Figure Drawing

Instructor: Kirk Nelson
Runtime: ~ 3 hours
Released: April 30, 2013
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Whether you’re an artist or not, drawing the human body is a complex and difficult task. There are so many different shapes, sizes and proportions to consider that it can make your head spin. But it’s also a lot of fun if you know how to do it the right way, and that’s why Kirk Nelson is here. Read more…

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Tutsplus Digitial Portrait Drawing

Instructor: Kirk Nelson
Runtime: ~ 3 hours
Released: April 19, 2013
Video Format: MOV
Resolution: 1280×720
Size: 1.84 GB
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Art is not restricted to any medium, nor is digital drawing. It is a new trend in today’s technologically brilliant world that won’t go away any time soon. And in this course, Kirk Nelson will use Photoshop and take you through the process of digital portrait drawing where you will learn how to draw hair, facial features, Color illustration and much more! Read more…

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Digital Tutors Drawing Facial Features

Instructor: Danielle Iyer
Runtime: 1h 39m
Level: Intermediate
Software used: Photoshop CS4 or up
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 424 MB
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In this series of lessons, we’ll learn how to draw various features of the face. For each part of the face, we will begin by learning about the anatomy and musculature that makes up that area. We’ll then move into the forms of that area that we need to keep in mind while we illustrate. Finally, we’ll build upon our anatomy and forms to create a finished result. Read more…

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Video Training Digital Tutors

Instructor: Kurt Jones
Runtime: 1h 25m
Level: Beginner
Software used: Photoshop CS6
Video Format: FLV
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 737 MB
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By gaining a better understanding of how we can translate lines to forms, you’ll be able to breath added-life into your own drawings and sketches.

We’ll begin this process by examining what defines a line, shape, and form. From there we’ll explore how we can use contour lines and cross contour lines to add more dimension to a flat object. Following this, we’ll learn about line weights and how we can apply them to add volume. Along the way we’ll also explore how we can capture action and movement by drawing continual gesture lines. Read more…

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Gnomon Workshop Anatomy Workshop Volume 5 Structure and Anatomy of the Human Torso

Author: Charles Hu
Released: Mar 2013
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Resolution: 1280×720
Duration: 182 minutes
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This series of tutorials is focused on and titled Structure and Anatomy of the Human Torso. In a continuation of his previous lectures on human anatomy, figure artist Charles Hu approaches these lectures in the same fashion, beginning with a discussion on the primary skeletal structures making up the torso – the neck, spine, rib cage, pelvis and shoulder. After discussing the primary structures and proportions, he begins by breaking down the primary muscle groups, starting with the neck then working his way down to the shoulder, chest, and abdomen, before moving to the muscle groups of the back. Read more…

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Gnomon Workshop Anatomy Workshop Volume 4 Anatomy of the Human Head

Author: Charles Hu
Released: Mar 2013
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Resolution: 1280×720
Duration: 284 minutes
Size: 8.34 GB
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In this human anatomy tutorial titled Anatomy of the Human Head, figure artist Charles Hu provides an anatomical breakdown of the human head. Beginning with general proportions, planes and structural landmarks, Charles then demonstrates how to apply these principles with a series of life drawing exercises. In these three exercises – from Front, Side and ¾ View, he shows how to approach the lay-ins using the general proportions discussed previously. Read more…

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