Illustration Station : An Adventure in Personal Style | Andrew Heathfield | Skillshare

Illustration Station : An Adventure in Personal Style

Andrew Heathfield, Designer / Co-Director, MINOH

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8 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:35
    • 2. Background

      3:22
    • 3. Pen and Paper

      5:55
    • 4. Line

      3:53
    • 5. Pattern and Depth

      6:50
    • 6. Perspective Etc.

      6:44
    • 7. Portrait Talk

      2:54
    • 8. Thank You and Goodbye

      1:47
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19 of 29 students recommend this class
I think this is more beginner drawing class more than announced personal style development. For me it was perfect as the first class completed.
Good introduction to line art and how to achieve different effects on paper. It could use a bit more content - examples of drawings.
While not the most technical skill oriented class, there is a lot of information to be learned through this short course that will help anyone feeling out of drawing practice in their sketchbooks.
I thought Andrews class was going to teach me drawing techniques, or how to master the self portrait. Instead it teaches some valuable stuff about embracing your own creativity and not focusing on other peoples strong suits.
Jacqueline Hurd

Illustrator and Designer

This class was great. Short and to the point with some great pointers.