Our town is surrounded by fields, and very often you can see abundant homesteads around. It is not exactly how it looks like though, I simplified it :) Malvina James
Artworks by Malvina James, Drawing Academy student
Portraits by Johann Krammer
There was time to draw in my vacation. After a short time, I recognized, that it was a big advantage, that my family did not want to be my models the whole time. So I had to speed up my sketchings and to focus on the essential points. There is a lot of fun to sketch with limited time!
I had some wooden model-hand with missing phalange on a ring finger and lemons. So, I arranged simple still life and tried to draw it in ink.
Drawing by Ronnie Rayner Larter
This drawing is of a windmill a few miles from my home. I completed a few days ago using the hatching technique. To create a sense of restfulness I used horizontal hatching for all buildings, trees and sky, but for the windmill I used cross-hatching, which I felt gave it a sense of solidity.
The goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains and the fertility of the earth. Graphite pencil on paper Malvina James
Drawing by Malvina James, Drawing Academy student David’s head, sculpture by Michelangelo
Self-portraits by Malvina James, Drawing Academy student
Artworks by Oyeleye Olalekan, Drawing Academy graduate Before I enrolled in the Drawing Academy I already drew portraits well; however, my drawing skills got even better. My shading now is far more precise. I really enjoy learning new things about drawing that alone is so satisfying. I also learned about the silver point technique. This course is one of the best drawing courses out there and I would recommend it to any serious upcoming artist because I have had a chance to talk to some artists in universities and they don’t know much about why they do what they do. I will benefit greatly from this in my business. Drawing before the course Drawing after the course