Improve Your Drawing Skills Almost Effortlessly with Simple Techniques that Anyone Can Learn in an Afternoon
Drawing in proportion and creating an accurate line drawing is not always easy. Very few people are born with a "special ability" that allows them to effortlessly put all of their lines in the right places. But with the right techniques and a little practice, anyone can draw accurately.
Hi, my name is Adam Valentine. I've made my living as an artist and I've had art shows at galleries that invited me to put my work on display.
But it wasn't always so easy for me. I wasn't born with a "special gift" and I never considered myself to be particularly "talented."
I've been drawing since I was a child and my drawings were nothing special back then. The great thing about being a kid though is that you draw for enjoyment and you don't criticize yourself so harshly if the thing you're drawing doesn't look lifelike.
When you're not too hard on yourself, you don't get discouraged and you keep drawing. And of course, the more you practice the better you get.
As I got older however, I wanted my drawings to be more realistic so I started looking for ways to improve. I started reading every book on drawing that I could get my hands on. Even though I liked many of the books I read, very few of them seemed to have any helpful tips that would allow me to consistently draw an accurate likeness.
The books I read would have good information on things like composition, shading and highlighting techniques, creating texture etc. but very few ever had any information on creating an accurate line drawing which is the foundation that your drawing is built on.
After years of practice, and picking up tips and techniques wherever I could, things eventually started to fall into place and my drawings were improving. My drawings were in proportion and I was able to achieve a more accurate likeness.
But who wants to spend years and years to achieve their desired results?
Introducing, Keeping Things in Proportion - Simple Techniques for Accurate Line Drawing
The good news is that drawing is a skill that can be learned and in "Keeping Things in Proportion" I share all of the tips, techniques and strategies that I've learned over the years. Techniques that make it much easier to create an accurate line drawing.
This video course is just over three hours long so rather than spending many years to improve your skills, you can learn how to draw an accurate likeness in an afternoon.
Here's what will start to happen after you go through Keeping Things in Proportion
⦁ Drawing an accurate likeness will be a lot easier
⦁ You'll be able to draw an accurate likeness consistently
⦁ You'll have an arsenal of simple techniques that are easy to learn, yet yield impressive results
⦁ You'll be much more satisfied with the artwork you're creating
⦁ Your friends and family will notice a difference in your artwork. You may even start getting requests to do commissioned pieces
⦁ If you've been struggling to draw accurately, you'll see instant results right from the beginning
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Here's what you'll discover when you invest in Keeping Things in Proportion
⦁ How a ruler can be used to help you draw in proportion
⦁ How you can use tools as simple as a pencil and a scrap of paper to help you draw more accurately
⦁ How to use tools like a compass or a proportional divider to know just where to make each mark on your paper
⦁ Techniques for enlarging a drawing, working from a photo reference that is one size, and making a drawing that is a larger size
⦁ A variety of simple techniques that are easy to learn and produce immediate results
Keeping Things in Proportion consists of four lessons, each of which could be a separate course on its own valued at anywhere from $29.95 to $49.95 each. For a total of $120 to $200.
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And if you're not satisfied for any reason, just let us know within 30 days and you will be refunded 100% of the purchase price.
To make this an offer you can't refuse, I'm going to sweeten the deal by including one of my other video courses at no additional charge.
If you act now and pick up Keeping Things in Proportion, I'm going to throw in a free copy of Mastering the Grid Method.
If you're not familiar with the grid method, it is a way to draw an incredibly accurate likeness. It has been around since ancient Egypt and has been used by famous artists such as M.C. Escher, Leonardo Da Vinci, Albrecht Durer, and Vincent Van Gogh.
The grid method is used by a lot of artists when drawing portraits because portrait drawing requires the highest level of accuracy.
If you are familiar with the grid method, you'll know that it has its pros and cons.
Some of the problems with the grid method are that it is tedious to draw a grid over your photo reference, draw a grid over your drawing paper, and then erase the grid lines from your drawing paper when you're finishing your drawing. Trying to remove the grid lines can even ruin a drawing that you put so much time and effort into.
In Mastering the Grid Method I will share the solutions I have come up with for all of the issues I had with the grid method.
You'll learn how to put a grid over your photo reference without ever having to actually draw one. You'll even be able to use a grid to draw accurately without even drawing a grid on your drawing paper.
I've come up with solutions to all of the problems with the grid method so that you can enjoy all of the pros without any of the cons.
And Mastering the Grid Method (a $49 value) is yours FREE when you purchase Keeping Things in Proportion.
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