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Life drawing of Conroy

Life drawing of Conroy

Artworks by Judith, Anatomy Master Class student

Hi, this is Conroy, my grandson. I started both portraits at portrait class with Conroy as a life model, and finished both portraits at home.

He is a beautiful 17yr, not a boy but yet, not quite a man, I imagined him as a Greek youth after the classical Greek art.

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Drawing of a Skull

Artwork by Jan, Anatomy Master Class student

This drawing of a skull is based on the Anatomy Master Class Lesson 6 – Part 1.

It took me around 2 hours to complete the drawing.

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Waiting for a taxi

Waiting for a taxi

Artwork by Abeer, Anatomy Master Class student

While I was walking on the street on a very hot day, I saw this old man waiting for taxi, he was exhausted waiting for so long and I was inspired to draw and paint him so I took a picture of him.

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Anatomy Master Class review by Irina Grabarnik

Anatomy Master Class Graduate feedback

Anatomy-Master-Class-review-by-Irina-Grabarnik

I’ve taken two online art courses: Drawing Academy and Anatomy Master Class.

Both courses are amazing. These are the best resources to learn fundamental drawing skills, as far as I know, out there. I’m very thankful for that. For any artist, beginner or an advanced art student, they are just a true treasure.

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Sketches by Robert, Anatomy Master Class student

Sketches by Robert, Anatomy Master Class student

2 years study of human anatomy

It was great to learn how draw human figures with the knowledge of anatomy.

I used to have hard time drawing feet, now I can!

Even though I don’t remember names of all the bones and muscles, I am able to draw much better figures and portraits after studying Anatomy Master Class video lessons.

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Can you learn drawing by doing manga?

Can you learn drawing by doing manga?

Question from Sabrina, Drawing Academy student

Dear Vladimir,

Please find enclosed some of my artwork – there is one finished inked piece and a page from my sketchbook. Now I’m more into a manga art style and drawing comics, but I’d like to master traditional anatomy to improve my work, since I often feel stuck on various poses or perspectives. Recently, I studied muscles and tried to keep this in mind while drawing, but I still have the feeling that my characters look stiff, especially their arms and legs.

Do you have some tips on what I could do, specifically, and do your courses contain parts where I should be extra careful, considering my weaknesses?

Thanks a lot for your time and with friendly greetings,

Sabrina

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