If learning to measure proportion like an artist seems unnecessary or so last century, then think “fender benders.”
Remember the days when you sat in your parents’ car and pretended to drive. Driving a car seemed so easy when your parents did it. You push the gas pedal. You turn the steering wheel. Easy.
Now, imagine giving your car keys to a teenager who thinks a gas pedal and a steering wheel are all there is to driving.
Aspiring artists can be a lot like that teenager. When art is done by an experienced artist, it looks really easy. So, it’s easy for an aspiring artist to think there are no special skills involved.
And that’s when “fender benders” happen – even in art. The drawing or painting that began with such enthusiasm can end in disappointment...
...because it just doesn’t look right. I’ll tell you why in just a moment.
Suffer enough “fender benders” in your art, and your self-confidence takes a beating. It can feel like it’s on an earthward death spiral, about to crash and burn.
Makes it hard to get motivated to create anything.
If you have suffered “fender benders” in your art (and who hasn’t?)...
...you may think the skills experienced artists use to make their art look right is simply beyond you.
In fact, making your art look right only takes a bit of training – learning to measure proportion like an artist. That means learning to see and draw the correct sizes and shapes in your subject.
Artists have been teaching each other these skills for centuries. Because they work!
When these skills are taught correctly, you don’t need to be a member of MENSA to understand them. You don’t need an art school degree. Not even a high school diploma.
You don’t need any special equipment. You already have everything you need.
You only need 3 things to begin making your art look right (and grow your self-confidence):
A clearly presented training program, the decision to begin it and..... practice.
In my “Mastering Proportion and Learning to Draw” training course I’ve used every bit of my 18 years of experience as an illustrator and now a fine artist and teacher. I’ve used those years of experience to edit, simplify and clearly present the most essential skills I feel you need to become an artist.
Now, make no mistake; learning new skills takes some practice. And in the beginning, these skills may even seem a bit complicated.
But you’ve already learned skills that were way more complicated than these.
Think back to your first weeks learning to drive a car. If you were like me, learning to drive seemed very complicated.
You had to constantly peer ahead for cars… pedestrians… street signs…traffic lights... apply the right amount of pressure to the gas pedal... check your mirrors... watch the speedometer… and be ready to brake at any moment.
Yet… now you do all those things with hardly a moment’s thought.
That’s why I truly believe “Mastering Proportion and Learning to Draw” is so important.
With this program and a little practice, you can successfully learn to draw with skill… confidence… and creativity.
It took me many years to learn what I show you in this course. And months to simplify and organize it. You can learn it all in one hour and fifty-seven minutes.
Download my course now for $19.97 and use it for 30 days. If you aren’t satisfied you’ve learned truly valuable drawing skills, just email me, and I will return every cent you paid.
Download my course now for $19.97 and use it for 30 days. If you aren’t satisfied you’ve learned valuable lessons in drawing, just email me and I will return every cent you paid.
I’m proud of the course I’ve created. I want you to be proud of the new skills you will learn.
Founder of BeginningArtist.com
Without art the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable. (George Bernard Shaw)
Make the things you learn in this course a part of every piece of art you do.
You can soon be measuring proportion like an artist and making art with skill… confidence... and creatively.
Guaranteed. And for only $19.97.