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The ABC of ART SKILLS : 6 step system to learn how to draw
If you can hold a pen you can draw ! Everything you need to get started is available here!
The 6 step system that will have you creating beautiful drawings, even if right now, you can't draw a stick figure!
In fact anyone who needs to understand the basic skills of drawing but doesn't know where to start. At last! a Surefire proven skill based system that cuts the time you spend trying to get started with your drawings.
These unique techniques get you in full control no matter what your current skill level.The simple skill system taught to over 2,000 art and design students, teachers and illustrators over the past 18 years.
Get maximum impact from your ideas quickly, easily, and confidently !
Jenni Gibson is an artist and author with many skills which are all related to the ability to draw. She also have many years of teaching behind her in Schools and Universities and she still do commissioned work and have clients.
She is an Author and Illustrator – with published works commissioned by several publishing companies.Studio with books, drawings and artwork .
she also write Design, Multimedia and IT Courses for colleges and schools. Teaching subjects include:
Nationally accredited training subjects in Dip GD, MM, IT
Drawing – technical and commercial illustration
Dreamweaver Intro and Advanced web development
Flash Intro and Advanced animation and interactive projects
Freehand Intro and Advanced
Fireworks Intro and Advanced
Corel Draw Intro and Advanced
Web authoring and CSS
She have been the Art Director and Editor for an internationally recognized company and the Project Manager and Editor of a prize-winner in the Asia Pacific I T & T Awards.
As she said:
My First Student
The very first student I taught was myself and so drawing seems very natural to me.
I have watched others attempt to do these things that I find so pleasantly effortless and have noticed that nearly all people go about it in a different way.
For this reason I produced a series of workshops which begin right at the very beginning.
If you can hold a pen in your hand, you can learn to draw well.
Even if you can't draw two simple lines you'll be able to improve by using these exercises.
I have taken people of all ages from preschoolers to people in their 70s and in 20 minutes or less I would see the light come on in their eyes when they suddenly realise that this process works and works for them and that they can, despite all previous experiences to the contrary, draw in ways that are pleasing to them.
Here's a simple case study in picture format.
Pandanus used for drawing lesson First drawing attempt Second drawing attempt
Pandanus Palms are palms with leaves that cluster at the top of the branches and can be complex to decipher in relation to perspective and proportion as the pictures above show.
Confidence with line placement dramatically improves the look of any drawing.
So just how do you develop this all important confidence?
One of the first secrets is learning how to work without an eraser. Knowing where to place the pen in the first place is one of the secrets to being able to draw. Confidence allows you to draw with flourish and that sense of unleashing your creative flow.
It was evident that so many people did not have the opportunity to take time out and seek a great teacher to impart enough knowledge to get started.
There are great art classes you can attend but many people are too embarrassed by their level of skills to front up to an art class.
There are great art books you can buy but they usually begin at a level which is already beyond the reach of many developing artists. In frustration you may just stay where you are with limited or negligible skill and decide that anything more is just beyond you.
The foundation of knowing how to draw with confidence is of immense value to graphic designers, web developers, school teachers, painters, business people, hobbyists, interior designers, creative professionals, parents, students, teacher aides and school librarians in fact anyone who want to draw.
Why did I write these books in the first place?
I was illustrating a set of books for a publisher who asked me how I got so good at drawing. I told him.
He said "Would you like to write a series of books for us?"
I said "Yep."
I wrote the series. I hold the electronic rights. I now make this series available to you at a fraction of the cost of the printed books and I've added some other goodies to go with.
In response to a request from a publisher for whom I was illustrating a series of books, I decided to create my own drawing exercises based on a workshop approach, except you can follow these successfully without an instructor.
The concept is to allow you, the student, to draw what you see or what your "mind's eye sees".
I spent over two years documenting the methods that I teach and how to best get the fundaments across to students without needing me to be present in person. This allows for everybody to have the same beneficial instruction no matter where you are.
Using these exercises at workshops I was able to determine that 100% of the people working with these particular exercises were able to draw past their initial expectations.
Draw they did, and have gone on to learn more by raising their level of skills in order to feel confident enough to attend regular art classes, which had previously seemed too daunting. The desired effect was that I wanted everybody to be given the best opportunity to bring their drawing skills to the fore.
This method is proven and is no longer an experiment because it has been used in all teaching environments with absolute measured success.
To draw with a pen, now that requires a set of skills far above the confidence level of most artists.
I see people tentatively sketching out rough lines and then reaching for the eraser. This means that they did not know where to place the pen in the first instance.
They also do not know what perspective the drawing should be in and they do not understand scale. Unless you have a natural ability with these concepts you are unable to put pen to paper in order to create a satisfying drawing.
In the same way that learning your alphabet is what allows you to spell and therefore write, learning confidence with line, angle and proportion allows you to develop drawing skills that will underpin every creative process for you.
You can learn to draw and these books teach you!
Ask youself :
Do you have great ideas but cannot express them visually to your own satisfaction?
Are you a teacher who would love to be able to pass on some genuinely valuable skills to your class?
Do you often procrastinate, putting off your projects because "it's just too hard"?
Do you have difficulty transferring the image you see in your mind's eye onto the page in front of you?
Do you often wonder if there is a better way to teach yourself or your class how to actually draw and better still to enjoy the process?
Do you feel that your artworks are just not good enough to display with confidence?
Do you worry that your poor drawing skills may make your designs look unprofessional?
Do you often sit staring at a blank page wondering where to start?
You would have answered "yes" to many of the questions above.It's not your fault! Because you were never taught a structured process, such as that used to learn your A B C to make drawing enjoyable and satisfying.
You see, the trouble is, you may never be taught how to apply skills that get the results you want. And without the proper training, the end result is often dissatisfying, and sometimes downright embarrassing. Now , All you have to do is apply a proven, structured, step-by-step process, and follow a few simple rules.
The mysterious thing is that once you begin to train yourself using this formula your own creative talent comes to life and you find your skills grow exponentially. It begins with something simple and becomes an exciting journey of your own discovery.
Here's your ticket to discovering your own surprising drawing abilities.
Let us share the 6 secrets of artist's skills with you – The ABC of Art Skills .
THE ABC of ART SKILLS is now available to you and everyone else who has the desire to draw with speed and confidence. Now it is no longer elusive. You see, we all can learn to draw knowing that this simple system has been proven and has a track record of succes .
Not only will you have the Six Secrets of Art Skills – that have never been offered together before, but you will also gain vital drawing knowledge which cannot be learnt without a Professional Artist or an Accomplished Seasoned Art Teacher with Extensive Skills in both Art and Teaching.
At a Glance :
CONFIDENCE – the power of the line.It's good to learn early that the eraser might be your enemy.
PATIENCE – crosshatching a cast of thousands.How do you represent shadow to give a 3D effect? What does light do and how do I draw it?
FOCUS – Declutter focus, squint and observe. Why is it that an artist seems to see the world differently? Quite often it is because they look at it differently.
OBSERVATION & DETAIL
Observation exercises.What is it that we actually see?
ASSEMBLY – Putting it all together.There are many parts to creating a great drawing or painting.
RELEASE THE ARTIST WITHIN Sleep on it.Like a trainee pilot you've been going through a predetermined simulator and now your creative right brain is taxiing down the runway, preparing to take off and cover new ground; the territory of your inner artist, now you are becoming an Artist with the Secret Skill.
In the kit, you receive:
1. The 6 self-taught secrets to successful, professional art skills that have never been offered together before.
2. A step-by-step process that begins at the very beginning level of skill. Never again will you sit in front of a blank drawing sheet wondering where to start.
3. A complete set of black line master exercises that you can print out and make as many copies as you require for class use or your own practice.
4. Tips on good materials that do the job well to free you from buying things you don't need trying to achieve better results.
5. Notes to help you assess your class (or yourself!) before you begin and as you progress through the course.
"The exercises in this system are simple enough for primary school age students yet valuable enough for university students and adults.
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To ensure that ‘Those wanting to Draw' get all the materials needed to get started and move forward for Free. This book alone is valued at $54.95.
And this book is the first stage of learning. The next is The ABC of Art Skills System !
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