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Young Vietnamese Girl

Young Vietnamese Girl

Artwork by Phuong Ptak

This is the portrait of a young Vietnamese girl. I made this portrait after a post card from a photo. It was a long and difficult painting for me, because I am just an amateur. I know that it is not perfect but I am proud of it…

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Lulu

Lulu

Artwork by Donald Fowler

The drawing and painting of my mother’s puppy…

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Jorge Padilla’s Art

Jorge Padilla’s Art

From Jorge Padilla, Drawing Academy Graduate My drawing skills’ level before I took this course was none. I had no training at all. I had the desire to learn how to paint and draw for a very long time, but this was only a dream, because I spend most of my time working in a foreign country (English is not my native tongue). Attending an art academy was not an option (no time, I just got in to my 50s, a family to support, etc…). First, I enrolled in the Web Art Academy and then took the Drawing Academy course as well. Finally, I was able to learn at home at my own time and speed. In addition, I learned English – very good deal, isn’t it ? Here, the language was not a barrier, because, the lessons are very…

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Great Courses!!

Great Courses!!

By Norsky, Drawing Academy graduate

I have taken tons of courses online and in person and I can tell you that this was very structured and had a lot of tricks that helped me greatly to improve my artwork. I would tell others who are frustrated to sign up for this course and take to heart all that is offered here so you can become a professional.

I already have two orders for portraits and that is something since I couldn’t quite get the right likeness of the model but now I can nail it!

Thanks again I appreciate all you do!

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Drawings by Ryan Wallace

Drawings by Ryan Wallace

Ryan Wallace, Drawing Academy graduate

Before I enrolled in the Drawing Academy my drawing skills were pretty basic, I was self taught mostly and only drew on a flat surface using a pen-type grip, with a basic knowledge of perspective, form, shape, light, shadow, line, tone and texture, making drawings in pencil and charcoal.

Now I have a broader knowledge of classical drawing with the subjects as above – using an easel, drawing board, using different grips and drawing from wrist, elbow and shoulder for broad strokes, also I learned how to transfer drawings, make a ground for silver point and how to use silver point, make washes for conte, chalk and colour pencil, how to use pen and ink and learned a great deal about art history…

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