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Inky Fun Exercises To Improve Your Practice. Part1: Observation, Precision, Drawing from Memory.

Iulia Grigore, Freelance Illustrator, Art Enthusiast

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6 Videos (26m)
    • Trailer

    • Supplies

    • Observation

    • Precision

    • Drawing From Memory

    • Class Project


About This Class


"No masterpiece was ever produced by talented but lazy artist.” That's a great quote from The Art of Creative Thinking by Rod Judkins.

Even they might not share it, all great illustrators and artists work a lot on self-improvement. Many of them are committed to daily practice.

If you are looking for fast and fun exercises that can help you improve your technical drawing skills and grow in your art this class is for you!

Some of the things we will cover:

  • Ideas for improving observation and precision.
  • How to practice your memory drawing.
  • Tips on what to focus on and what to look for in your practice.
  • You will receive a practice worksheet that you could print and follow in your daily practice.
  • You will also be able to download a nice motivational printout.

If you aim to be a "bee artist" and practice regularly this class is a good way to start as it gives a series of non-conventional exercises that you could include in your schedule. So, let's begin!

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

Fun and approachable!
Kristy Lankford

Illustrator, artist, and art teacher!

really fun to see!
Batul Beawarwala

Illustrator, Designer, Artist.

I'm always looking for ways to improve and to draw better from memory. This class makes it fun!
Maha Creates

Enjoyer of Art





Iulia Grigore

Freelance Illustrator, Art Enthusiast

I am Iulia Grigore, self-taught illustrator based in Bucharest, Romania, founder of JulysFlyBricks.

Some time ago I had a very conventional office life. Crazy characters were interfering though, in my thoughts. For example, I was once at a conference and I began to imagine that people on the stage were dancing shrimps.

After some struggle with my artistic side, I started drawing intensely. Since then I am working hard and learning a lot.

What I aim is th...

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