30-Day Figure Drawing Bootcamp
Learn to Draw Figures From Your Imagination in Just Four Weeks
Even If You Are A Total Beginner
Learn from Artists That Have Worked at the World's Best Studios
Hundreds of Artists Have Already Gone Through the Bootcamp. Are You Ready?
Looking for a way to finally fix up your figure drawing skills and draw any character from life or imagination?
If so, you are in exactly the right place.
The Figure Drawing Bootcamp is a new way for you to learn anatomy and make real progress fast. We've taken techniques from some of the best books on figure drawing and condensed them down to take out all the boring parts and focus only on what you need to know.
This way you learn faster and only focus on the important parts, so you will start improving your work right from the beginning.
This video course includes homework exercises for each lesson, tons of resources and assignments for artists of all abilities.
It's a course designed by artists, for artists.
No matter what your skill level, if you want to learn how to draw figures in correct proportion and understand anatomy and finally draw start drawing figures from your imagine - this is the course for you.
And the best part?
You'll learn all of this in just four weeks!
These simple figure drawing techniques will show you how to draw figures in perspective and push those poses for added dramatic effect!
If you've ever wanted to draw Manga or cartoons, this last part of the bootcamp will give you everything you need for epic results.
Here's How the Figure Drawing Bootcamp Works:
You'll start right from the beginning with a technique that anyone can learn called 'The Stickman Method'. Not only will you learn a fail-safe way to always get the proportions of the body right, you'll also learn how to draw figures from any angle.
You'll finish up with an introduction to gesture drawing so that by the end of the week you are already drawing full figures!
(Stickmen Gestures Drawn by User Raul Mercado)
After just one week, you’ll be surprised at how much more confidence you have in your abilities. That’s why we’ll step things up and show you how to flesh out your stickmen and start adding thickness to them.
You’ll pick up some more tried and tested techniques for drawing heads, torsos, and hands and feet. You’ll also learn about negative space and how this can make a huge difference to your figure drawings.
(Posed Figure by User Linus Andersson)
By this stage, you'll be well on your way to making the figure drawings you always wanted to make. In week three, you will learn 'The Lightning Bolt Technique' to so that you can finally understand how to draw the most important muscles of the body and how they all fit together.
You will also learn 'The Coil Technique' which is a simple way that anyone can use to bring even more depth to your work with foreshortening so that you can draw figures that seem to leap right off the page and reach out towards the viewer.
(Figure Anatomy by User Kristy Prause)
In the final week, you're going to start drawing figures from your imagination and placing them in an environment so that your characters will be firmly planted in any scene you can dream up.
By the end of Week 4 you will have covered:
- Anatomy & Muscles
- Hands & Feet
- Placing figures in an environment
- Drawing figures from your imagination
(Figure in Perspective by User Tyrone Barnes)
Are You Ready to Take the Next Step with Your Figure Drawing?
What Previous Bootcamp Takers Thought:
Awesome Pencil Kings!! I have gained tremendous confidence in sketching gestures!!
Miriammario Truffa Giachet
Thank you guys, it’s been an awesome experience!
This course has helped me become so much more confident in drawing the full figure. So grateful for you all putting this together!
This bootcamp has really helped me get back into gesture drawing.
What are you waiting for… seriously – this is your opportunity to take a real class, make real progress, get past your sticking points with help from a figure drawing coach and kick some major butt! Click the link above – you won’t be disappointed.