Release date:2022, November
Duration:06 h 18 m
This course is designed to help artists develop a strong foundation in figure drawing by providing a comprehensive understanding of the body in motion. Led by experienced instructor Robert A. Marzullo, the course provides an in-depth exploration of the body’s gestures and rhythms, stereometric drawing, balance, body language, bony landmarks, anatomy, foreshortening, and light and shadow.
Through a series of engaging and informative video lessons, students will learn how to draw the human figure in a way that captures the essence of movement and expression. The course is suitable for artists of all levels, from beginners to advanced, and covers a wide range of topics and techniques.
Throughout the course, students will receive personalized feedback from the instructor, as well as access to a supportive community of fellow artists. The course is self-paced and flexible, allowing students to learn at their own speed and on their own schedule.
By the end of the course, students will have a strong understanding of the fundamentals of figure drawing, as well as the skills and techniques necessary to create dynamic and engaging drawings of the human body in action. Whether you are an aspiring artist or a seasoned professional, this course is an excellent resource for improving your skills and taking your art to the next level.
Greetings! I’m Robert A. Marzullo, your instructor for the course “Figure Drawing – The Body in Action!” I’ve been teaching online for six years and I’m passionate about helping artists enhance their skills. I’ve authored the book “Learn to Draw Action Heroes” as well.
My aim is to assist you in developing a solid foundation in figure drawing that will stick with you for a long time. Rather than just following along and memorizing by observation, you’ll gain an understanding of why the body moves and reacts in certain ways.
Throughout the course, you’ll learn about the body’s gestures and rhythms, stereometric drawing, balance, body language, bony landmarks, anatomy, foreshortening, and light and shadow. We’ll also focus on specific areas that frequently hinder artists from drawing the human figure accurately.