In this video you will learn what lies behind Academy doors.
The Drawing Academy is the online Drawing Course and Art Community.
As an Academy student, you will experience three major benefits:
1. You will learn how to draw using traditional time-proven drawing techniques.
2. You will have unlimited personal support by Academy Tutors.
3. You will benefit from our Art Community…
Coco Depink writes her way into the Drawing Course!
We congratulate Coco Depink, who published five articles about fine art and received free access to first month of the Drawing Academy “How to Draw” video course.
Coco Depink’s articles:
– Study of an Oriental Head for “The Marriage at Cana” Gaetano Gandolfi
– Was Sir Anthony van Dyck using Phthalo blue?
– Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Apollo and Phaeton
– Paul Cézanne: Bathers in landscape
– Manetti’s Dido and Aeneas explained
Online Art Competition Provides The Chance To Learn How To Draw Skillfully
A new Art Competition has been launched by the Drawing Academy, an online ‘How to Draw’ video course. This Competition has the purpose of discovering and awarding talented art students worldwide with free high-quality art education. London UK. A brand-new Art Competition offering as prizes high-quality fine art education has just been launched online.
The Drawing Academy awards competition winners with its full lifetime scholarship. The Drawing Academy tutors, Vladimir London and Natalie Richy give classical drawing skills that follow traditions of the Old Masters. Such skills are no longer taught at contemporary art colleges and schools. Vladimir and Natalie have the vision that fine art serves the purpose to portray the…
Drawing Academy ‘Feedback Competition’ Winners
A couple of weeks ago, we asked for your help to provide feedback on DrawingAcademy.com. The response was overwhelming. We received many suggestions and critiques. All your feedback is very constructive and helpful. Thank you so very much for your support and participation. We listened to your suggestions and will gradually improve the Drawing Academy, so that it will become even more helpful and useful to you. There are many things we have already implemented, and many more will be released going forward. We promised to award the five most helpful contributors with a full Drawing Academy membership. It was a tough decision to choose winners from such a great pool of critiques and suggestions! Every point each of you made is valid and appreciated; we value all of your feedback. Nonetheless, we nominated the…
What Makes Drawing Academy Unique
And what it means for you
By Vladimir London
As the Drawing Academy tutor, I receive questions on how the Drawing Academy is different from other drawing courses.
There are 7 specific reasons which make the Drawing Academy unique…
How to Draw in Perspective
By Vladimir London
In this presentation you will find out answers to the following questions:
• What types of perspective can be used in drawing?
• What is perspective?
• Which method of perspective is the correct one?
• What are the main rules of perspective?
• History of drawing in perspective.
• How to draw in perspective using the following perspective types:
– One-point perspective;
– Two-point perspective;
– Three-point perspective;
– Four-point perspective;
– Perceptive perspective;
– Parallel perspective;
– Reverse perspective;
– Aerial or atmospheric perspective…
Contemporary Russian Realistic Art
Nikolai Blokhin is a contemporary fine artist who who keeps the old traditions of the Russian art school alive. His realistic yet stylish and vibrant drawings are full of living energy and Russian culture. By using minimal means of expression – a silhouette, tone spots, lines and gradations, Nikolai is able to create a phenomenal range of feelings depicted from life. He draws an expressive array of characters, while keeping his own style and viewpoint. They are full of spirit and soaked with Russian soul…
Why Drawing from Photos is Treacherous
This video is raising the following questions:
– Do you find drawings from photos appealing?
– Is drawing from photos Fine Art?
– Why do people draw from photos?
– When did drawing from photos start?
– Would the Old Masters use photography for their masterpieces?
– Copying from photos vs. fine drawing.
– Why is drawing from photos not good for you?
– How does the magic of drawing happen?
– How about drawing commissioned portraits from photos?
– How do I get good drawing skills?
We are delighted to announce the winner of the Drawing Academy Survey 2013!
Thanks for all of your submissions to the Drawing Academy contest. A lot of you made some great feedback about the “How to Draw” Course.
We really appreciate your constructive critiques, suggestions and personal stories you shared with us. This valuable information will be used to improve the Drawing Academy Video Course.
It is time to announce the Drawing Academy Survey winner!
And the Winner is:
E.V. Cain STEM Charter Middle School Teacher
Click the “READ MORE” button to see Tom’s story…
Drawing in Silverpoint – Video [Part 2]
Almost lost secrets of the Old Masters
By Vladimir London
Silverpoint Examples – Drawing Academy Artworks
In the Drawing Academy Course you will see a step-by-step process of creation of the Life Portrait Drawing in Silverpoint.
This portrait is done on specially coated paper. The paper is tinted in a light pink-grey color, which compliments a natural skin tone of the model. Various metal-points were used for this drawing; the most used stylus was dead-soft pure silver.
Before starting a portrait of a model in metal-point, it is a good idea to make several sketches in pencil to familiarize yourself with the model’s face. This will help to avoid any drawing mistakes in metal-point. Making and comparing preliminary sketches also allow choosing the most interesting model’s pose for the future portrait in metal-point….