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Level Up Your Drawing Step by Step

Milan Glozić, Painter, illustrator, Designer

Level Up Your Drawing Step by Step

Milan Glozić, Painter, illustrator, Designer

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7 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. 01 second class introduction

    • 2. 02 class topics and materials

    • 3. 03 principles of drawing

    • 4. 04 class project

    • 5. 05 drawing demo part 01

    • 6. 06 drawing demo part 02

    • 7. 07 class overview

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About This Class

Whether I make drawings for clients, or for personal projects I always try to make my work efficient and the final result a great looking drawing. How do I do it? With lots and lots of practice. 

In this class, ( second one in the new level up series ) you'll go behind-the-scenes as I share my process of drawing. I’ll provide you with helpful tips for better understanding of shapes, values and how to go about shading. All for one purpose – to get better at your craft of line making.  

With help from this class you should be able to level up your drawing process and from there make art that your friends and family would love to see on their walls.

Here are some of the steps that you’ll go through in this class:

  • Gather up your drawing materials. Set up your workplace and start working.
  • Make drawing exercises to master your lines
  • Learn new things or refresh your knowledge about shapes and how to use them in your drawing
  • Tackle main drawing challenges about shading.
  • See how to simplify shapes and use them as a base for your drawing.
  • Learn all about types of shadow, where can you find terminator and what is the difference between direct light and highlight...
  • Have fun drawing. :)

I hope after this class you can start making drawings with confidence of a professional draughtsman.

For the class project students will create drawings based on the video lessons, two exercises with at least 10 drawings in total. Goal is to relax your art and get into a right drawing zone. 

Each exercise is a continuation of the previous one and we'll have new exercises in the next classes in this series that will use exercises from this class as a base. I hope you'll like what I prepared.

This class is aimed at intermediate level students with basic knowledge of drawing but anyone who likes to brush up on their knowledge of drawing can watch this class. Who knows, even those advanced students might learn something interesting, see another approach to drawing, try something different.

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Milan Glozić

Painter, illustrator, Designer


Milan was born in Pozarevac, Serbia in 1979. From an very early age he got interested in drawing comics, painting nature and inventing games that he could than play with his brother and sister. He graduated on University of Fine and Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2003.

He works predominantly in the medium of traditional painting, but his art includes digital illustrations and book covers. He has had solo and group shows in Belgrade at Progress Gallery, National Gallery in Pozarevac, "In the face labyrinth" exhibition in Amsterdam at Arps and Co Gallery and many more. Also, he is a Top level designer at 99Design platform where he made various book cover and illustrations for publishers and clients across the world.

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1. 01 second class introduction: creating something out of nothing. In this case, blend piece of paper is one of the most beautiful feelings for me, at least. And if you feel the same way and you want to level up your training skills, I just may have something for you. Hello. One man in his Millan and an arty trip friends illustrator in a painter working in a creative field since 2003 drank his always gave me great satisfaction, but it took me a while to mask the principles that helped me enjoy it even more. Still, it was all worthwhile. My joy became my profession. I go to draw and paint for living, so we're grateful to everyone that helped me along the way, the only way I can pay them. Now he's share. When I learned that people like you people who aren't self improvement and sharpening the drawing skills and already probably have basics experience or drawing under their fingers. If this sounds like you hope you'll find this class from and helpful resource, so without any further delay what? Let's see what this class and the entire syriza classes is all about. Leveling up skills can be challenging and they lose a lot of hard work to make it more manager boot for you. I divide all the materials in six classes going from easiest artist, and the point is to gradually turn on hit with each new class toe new level drawing. And right now we're with That said, you can watch this place as standard on project and would be just time, but you'll get the most of it if combined with a lot of classes. Now, the temples in this dust here feeling just trying topics talk about why should you draw this and see how this class relates to the previous one. From there will strengthen our drawing condition with additional three principles and next the last project and give you some tips on how to finish your assignment. Finally, remember, you get most of this fast, but actually participant, and that is so pick up a pencil and let's stop. I'm really interested, in fact, to see what will you come up with and what will you think about this class in general? So what's again? Let's start drawing 2. 02 class topics and materials: There are a lot of easy things to drop. What post? There is even a greater number off. Hard running things in this last will start with Easy, and those are subject matters that you can even make a fairly large mistake. But you're drawing will still look OK, and one of the reason why I will do that is to gain confidence and give you momentum off the drawing and keep you pushing forward and learning more stuff. And even if you're drawing, doesn't turn up that well. What is important is that you learned or brushed. Remember on some drink principles that are important and that you incorporate that knowledge into your work As you progress from one class to another, things will get more difficult, but you'll have a good experience from the previous classes. But on the other hand, if we will start with more difficult drawings straightaway, even the smallest mistake we look huge and therefore very threatening. This little frustration and even giving up and that is just not cool with that. Out of the way, let's see, what are our subject matter for this list, we have skulls for first exercise and bugs and insects for sect since some left handed, I started feeling the right page so it wouldn't smudge dressed of the drawing. And you should also think about that. So while working in your sketchbooks, like you can see there with two exits, I sit in this class and here is why the more a gun in the back as you cannot expect the progress without effort and this place to that. But also you might find yourself drawing stuff that you do not normally do our tune I do not like. So trading between this token released some of that stress. You can switch between Skousen butts as long as you feel at least one patriot, which, as a health resource, I created a winter sport and you can find it in the resource speech off this class or in a note on the line on the timeline on this video that we felt like here. Now let's go to our subject for this device and see why are they easier to draw then some other subjects, and actually to say why have picked these subjects for displaced main reason similar to the first class, is because they are organic and the lines described. It can be rather imprecise. There are no straight lines, no 90 degrees and so on. You can even make perspective mistakes, but they won't be that obvious. With that in mind, not everything when you're trying must be exactly where it should be. And we can still get away with a good dry. It doesn't matter. That crack is wider than the reference that spike is larger than it should be. What is important is to get the better understanding of trump principles that will elevate your work and exercises that to make you change this so for this class will go over. The example. Submit talking about three principles that have prepared for you today. Go over Price Project Seymour demos off me, drawing with additional explanations, quick overview or but respected from your and finally you can drop. That is most important part of the class. So, please, if you want to improve, you must practice, practice, practice And then, of course, though some more practice help. This explains, so you can understand why I chose these topics for this last, and let's see what materials will be using in this class or any other because they're really basic. But we'll really miss here. We have some technical pencils. This one is to be in this age. We have a whole set. Regular pence's ranging from B to a B scalpel, or is there a knife for sharpening pencil? Since I like to have my pencils being pointed and with the regular pencil sharpener, you just don't get that. Next. We have a couple of races. Well, I'll mostly be using the kneaded eraser, and that is even very limited. And, of course, we have my trusted Hairspray fix it, drawing with the surface of the sketch board that amusing floor the entire series. That will be the last business with fears that I used and they're stronger Coming. Having all the drawing from this last in one place is something that I really like and keeps me organized, so I can't recommend that enough for you as well. This is not just for distance, but for most of your work. What prepared to a dry tunnel drawing their own best kept in scandals. So always have a few of those, and you'll find your values. Try it up yourself. You haven't already and one lasted before we move onto. The next segment is sharpen all your pencils that you plan to work with health time and put them where you can just drag him. Often times when it drove, I get into the zone and I'm just drawing and having to stop and sharpen the passes or find it where they're not when I need them can ruin some of that momentum or slow me down when I'm reading more, so just think about that. 3. 03 principles of drawing: three principles are from the mental, so drive to be discussing today will be shapes well, you and shaking. It is a concept that should be very, very familiar to all of us. Yes, we started to draw a brother even esque. It's something like this. In other words, the era that something takes up is a shape to get better at drawing. You want to develop the ability to simplify a shape. Getting distracted by details too early can be very harmful, so it is always better toe work from bigger to smaller, then simplifying. Think about geometric shapes, circles, oval squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds and so on. These are simple shapes, as opposed to complex organic shapes. For example, this complex shape can be simplified in the first stage of drawing, and then the details can be found at later stages. If we take a closer look, you will see that all the bigger or smaller parts actually made of really basic shape. Growing is light and you can see through the shape to go lap. That is also important because drawing this way helps you better understand what it is that you're seeing. For this reason, there is no better way of drawing them from life where you can go closer to object that you're drawing seed from the other side. It beats drawing from for us in every way. So whenever you can draw from life still, for this exercise, you can use reference images. And if you can find them from different angles, even better as this will give you a better understanding when drawing from life is just not an option I created a Pinterest board did can help you with this part of the class, and you can find the link in the product section of this class you confined in the on the note in time. I know this video, and I hope that will be helpful when we talk about shapes I have. I feel I have to say that you should try to find both positive and negative shapes your reference image or life drawing subject and use it for advantage. If you're not sure, positive shapes are all off these shapes that make your object or objects. Negative shapes are those that surround them, and they can be equally important. See if you can find them on destroy. Yes, this is one, and this is another one. Oclock metaphor can be also used used and be useful as well. In this example, you can draw a virtual line that connects these two joints and track. If it is at the same angle on the reference image or a real life object or other way around , take a pencil in hand, see what tangle it is and then check it to drawing. If this angle on the references showing one o'clock, then it should be the same when you're trying and so on. This is connected to measuring object drawing, and I think we should learn that very early on in a drawing journey. But I think it is always good to have a reminder once in a while. So let's just do that and remind yourselves about that. It's best if you can find one area off your object to matter everything else against, for example, in destroying, we can see that we can use the head of the Mantis to measure dress toe the body. This worst measurement is the length from the top of the head to the tip of the mouth, holding your pencil straight out in front of you. Line up the end of your pencil with head of the mentis and mark. Will you thumbed the ending point off debt measurement people of the month keeping assemble it is. You can move your arm slightly to continue down the length of the body, visually noting each additional segment result of these measurements you consumed image. When you draw this mentis, you mark the length of the head on paper, then copy that length accordingly. That will be the space in which you can draw the length of your object. Also, do this horizontally. Draw these observations As you know, Tim. There is no need to write them down on a separate piece of paper. Just start drawing. Remember, that's only pencil and the lines that you make on the paper. You can always go back, and he raised them and drew them again. It's all about eyeballing and making that connections in your brain that will help your drawing process. Learn to trust your step is what you're trying to achieve here, like accepts in my first less off the Siri's value represents throughout the tone off lightness or darkness over color or but say, in other words, how one color is light or dark. There is an infinite amount of values, but most artists like to think of them like a scale going from 1 to 9. For example, it is easier that way. And when someone tells you, make that shape one with a darker you'll know roughly how much one value is also are drawing. Mediums do not have the ability to represent scale veils that I that our eyes can capture, and that can be a challenge to a comet. They have to translate values that you see into something that are drawing medium can achieve. Do not, I repeat, do not try to represent every new ones of tone that you see with your eyes on your drawing . Try toe work in the limited value range and go from there often times. It is best to simplify. Look at your object on then try toe, determine two or three values. Fill your biggest shapes with those values and their progress from there and at other waiters and in Richard Dry. While we have the subject and matter off values, it is important toe. Say a thing or two about color because although we are while working with pencils and charcoal were working in grayscale, I think that there is there a few things that we should also much or about the way to put it. The only element called it we lose is value. So in drawing, you don't need color to show form that toe feel. And I think it's wise to practice join without color. Since that one last ball, you have to juggle as you're learning. Once you get hangover values, then you can add colors and go to town with it. A summit. Still, I don't want to make it seem like color is unimportant. It is cars beautiful, and quite often that is what catches the yours. I, it could set off on emotional response to an artwork that grayscale join sometimes could not. But as an artist, you must understand that if you don't get the values right, the last of the color won't look right. Those focus on accuracy or values, and that will allow you better, better understand and represent colors for today's exercise. Think of virus off light and shadow in terms off a couple of values ranging from like this to darkest. And once we have for simple distribution off the violence across trying, you can add other details and other values to enrich your drawing. No Semedo this process in the down part of this last, and I hope that with your goals will be helpful for you. Shedding is fairly obvious, but it's also very, very important. And I hope by now you have a pretty good knowledge about it about this topic. So I won't go too much deep about it in this last year. More about fundamental, so shady and you can check here on in my other class cold shading objects and figure drawing a class that is mainly for beginning artists. In this class, we'll go over the basics of shading. But just to have a good base to expend our story from their shading is about to light. As much is, it's about the shadow it shows. Direction of the light reveals the quality of the surfaces stepped, the light shines upon. If it's glossy, Dexter bubbly surface and stuff like that, for example, and maybe most importantly, tells us if the shadow that we draw is cast shadow or part toe the form shadow. Let's take a look at this joint and see how it explains all that I just set in the example . This is the angle off the light, and it comes from this direction. So it's basically from top slightly going towards the viewer, and we can determine that based upon the form with the cast shadow. These are formed shadows, and these are the cast. Shadows form. Shadows are on the opposite side of the light source, and if the object is soft and round, that's how shallow will be. Same applies if the situation is opposite. Think about that. When you draw use lines to describe the form that you'll join. Show us how the object turns. What material it is made off shows planes off the top cast shadow is what we usually think off when it comes to shadows, something is blocking the light, and that is the shallow cast. Shadow is usually dark, erred in the form shadow, and we'll talk. Why's it when we come to the refracted light? For now, let's stay with cash. It has ah, quite sharp defined edge but doesn't have the same untested throat. The further cast shadow is from the objects that it's casting, the lighter it gets unless defined. It's just become. These shadows are in the shadow area off your drawing, where you can find another one as well as light. Let's check that up. This one here is a question shadow and can be found, as you can see in the deepest crevices off your object, where even not reflected light can get saved them for the darks. Parts were dry, I just mentioned reflected light. It's like that bounces off objects in the environment. It is reflected backed in the shadow. That is also why shadows were really bleak, completely black. And also why usually, I think usually form shadows will be lighter than the cast shadow. So in the shallow area we have form shadow. It was reflected light, and there on the floor we confined casts shadow as well. A seclusion shadow. Remember one thing about shadow area off your dry. Like this light on the shadow air must be darker than the shadow area on the light side. I think that is very important. So I repeated once again lightest light in the shadow area off your object must be darker than the shadow area on the light side off your object before moving on to light area. I think it's important to mention determinate. No, not that one. Oh, no, no, that one. Not that one is. Well, this one. It's the edge. Were formed transitions from light to shadow or any other words space on your object where the planes start face away from the light, moving on to light zone. Immediately after Terminator is half tone these airplanes off the form that are partially hit by the direct light as the pain as the planes get closer and closer facing the light, they will get lighter, of course, and the point with foreign points directly at the light is called central light. But that that is not to be confused with highlight. Highlight is something different, a reflection off the light source. Look at it this way. The centre light will be facing the light source. The highlight, however, will need to be at a point where the light can bounce off the surface of your object and reached the viewer's eye. When it comes to shading, you can't go further if you don't have a good grasp on those things, and you'll get that by, of course, practice, practice, practice and practice. So what's more, most important thing is that lightest light. The shadow area must be darker than the shadowy area off the light side and the other way around. Finally, with all this in mind, there are many ways of shading. But hatching and cross hatching are at the core, off initiating and way those reveals a lot. It shows. If you were in a hurry, I just wanted to finish the job he chose. If you understand the form also, it can show your character, your patients or energy. So as soon as you realize this, look at your own work. With quit cry, you'll improve your work tremendously to achieve this For the class exercise, try not to smudge, drawing both intentionally or intentionally. That means don't or very rarely use much to, such as these fingers, issues and stuff like that were quietly and build your shadows layer upon layer. Squint your eyes, find light and shadow areas off your object. And when you made the construction drawing shade very lightly, the complete shadow area off your drawing, then it's going to rise again. Compare draw again and go stages in your shading. Followed the forms off your object by making the lines in that same direction, then crosshatch, using the lines at a 90 degree angle from the previous ones, like a set. Do it like you can also try. I do associate making circular motions, number eights or simply dots. Whatever you choose, think about light and our cares off your object. And, if you like, make the background darker and see how you're drawing would look like that. To do that, remember to start drawing with lighter touch and higher pencil as you progressed, drawing you softer pencils and harder pressure. So these are three most important principles of drawing the two discussed in this class, and we'll continue to work on this principle every step of the way. As we progressed this less or every other future class, I think that were important, and I hope you're quick to. In fact, we will start with the very next video when we'll give you finally structure for your drawing and talk more about your project. So stay tuned and let's go there 4. 04 class project: In the previous video, we talked about the three drink principles, and now it's timeto talk about your project. But before that, let's have a quick reminder. You are here because you like, try or a little hope you do. And if you do like drawing, you'll probably like to draw almost everything. Okay, maybe you probably have some topics that you prefer to others, but you understand what I mean. You love drawing. And like I said earlier, if you like drying, you'll probably love to draw everything that comes your way. Still, there is a trick that I have to use when I come to that part of the drawing or that subject that they're not my favorite. For one, you can pretend you're nail share on adventure, give herself a role and have fun with it. For example, for this particular exercise, imagine that biologists hired you for drawing skills to help him her out on a probably studying insects from South America for the presentation project needs certain numbers of drawing to go along with photos, graphics and national aggravation. AIDS. So you're part of this project would be to provide those joints, and you can be a specific as you want with this, it can be just an idea to push it through the exercise. Or you could fully immerse yourself into this role. Do anything that can help you to go through this exercise is having problems. Just think about it. Then maybe often. Just also remember, take your time. Be patient with you, Brooke. Because most cases good results come with time. Not with Pete. Don't compare yourself with anyone else for that matter. You are your own boss. And if it takes your day toe due to finish something interested something that you will feel proud about and that you learn something from it though, yes, take that day, enjoy the process and have found them drawing. So based on all that we talked about, make 4 to 6 drawings off skulls and insects best, even if you can do, is going to try and draw from real life. But you can also use reference images. Find them on your own. All yours. The ones that I prepared for you on my pinschers Sport link isn't project section of the class or here in the note on the timeline on this video 5. 05 drawing demo part 01: hello and welcome to do demonstration part of this video. I hope these demonstrations will reinforce their years that we talked about in the theoretical part of this class. So let's get started, shall we? In this video, you'll see me draw two skulls and this is the 1st 1 Like I said in my previous videos, we'll go with lighter touch and harder pencil at the start, making overall shapes first. So we have established drawing that we can feel, let's say confidence in going into shading and values and stuff like that. So, like you see here I started shadows, but only after I've completed the entire rough borough construction joint. After I've done that, I could see here all right, adding, I'm adding the first layer off shadow. We, of course, like said self touch. All the shapes are in their place, and now I'm working with just a few values and determining all other smaller, smaller shapes and details, slowly adding, like I said, layer upon layer and you'll see me here start adding a second layer, and that will be with a bit off the softer pencil and a bit hard touch. I'm using the reference image from the Pinterest sported are created and that can let the recommend for us well. Or you can use some reference image off your own. It would be perfect if you would have some object that you can draw from real life. But if you don't like, said earlier, you can use reference images. Here is the second layer off shadows. I'm still using the full pressure and adding some conclusion shadows that we discussed earlier in the Paris class and the further determining the shape it's on this drawing is almost done. And this is the third pass, with even softer pencil and a little bit off kneaded eraser toe cleanup fuel. Things like I said, use. We raised our sparingly and I think that would be a good exercise. No, but that's done. Let's see. Second dry. We're seeing this joy in previous part the class. So it's the same principle. I start with basic shapes, little measuring like you saw for a second, adding Oh, the major parts of the drawing and not worrying at all about details day. These details will come later on. At the very start. I think it's very important to find all the shapes that don't need it. And now that, um, pretty satisfied with all rolled position off all the elements. I go a little bit further into details, but like you mentioned, I mentioning that all the time. Sorry from boring at this. But I think it's important to go light and with each additional step in each additional line, you can push it further at the beginning. Draw light here couldn't see me drawing teeth. They are smaller details, and I'm comfortable doing that now because I have the overall shape and I have what toe compared with and see the mentions size because I have all other elements in there. Will it be seclusion and some further details? I'm still working with that pencil, and I'm just very the the pressure like you see there I raised a few things. It's normal if I make a mistake off sees that something is not working to go in and quickly make adjustment. Now I'm going into shady. I see going some clothes and shadows. Like I said, no shadows will be in the creases where the light will take the least amount of newly hardest to get so those details on those places will be, let's say, the least lit casts shadow on the floor. I could have done a better job, but I was trying toe puts in fairly quick time. This is second layer off, adding shadows and amusing, softer pencil. It's well like a cent in the previous of drawing all about players and doing it slowly and after a while after drawing, you'll have similar process or that will be your process. But it's all old becomes similar, and you have a routine when it comes to drawing that will. Routing sometimes can be a bad thing, but in this case it will give you confidence to draw what ever you like. Some deeper shadows, always looking at the reference image. And if you see me at the moment toe stop or something where that means, I'm looking at reference and comparing the stuff that I draw with the reference image. Always like I said, when you drawing these big shadow's shadow areas like squint your eyes and see the big masses on your reference and then compared to your drawing as well that that will give you a better understanding. Where are you in your drawing process and which area needs more attention or work. Let's say this is basically a way major decisions are done. And now I'm just enjoying the shading and adding some cross hatching, hatching toe further established, trying This part is easier and let's say less stressful because all the decision making have already been made. And now it's just a matter of listen to music and drawing the drawing and just getting at it. This is the last, I think, layer where, um, watching the reference and adding additional what this part two joint can last as long as you wish, because you can push it, how ever further you wish. So all depends on your taste and how to go about trying. So this is basically for this video and let's talk about a new drawing and see you in the next with you. 6. 06 drawing demo part 02: This is trying demonstration, too. And like, you see, I made a mistake while filming, uh, when I was starting to draw this, I forgot to press record button at the beginning, so we don't have the construction part of this video. But here, here is the continuation. It's basically the same as with the previous one. You watch your reference image than you try toe make overall big shapes and stuff like that . So it's not nothing unusual and that you haven't seen before. And right now I'm making me in tennis and you can see the way I'm measuring and comparing how long they will be, what will be the curvature and how many parts of this antenna will be there and stuff like that. That's also where relevant you see here, almost comparing that point with other elements of drawing and based on that, decide how long there and where will they end. So that is, I think, very useful when you're starting and you don't know how long and where to place certain elements how long certain parts will be on, and no, not knowing how long they will be to compare them with other elements that you already doing that you're certain about right now? I didn't another leg, forties creature. And it's also like I said, How about the antenna? It's all about repositioning and measuring and seeing, eyeballing, seeing which part is connected to the other and how they're connected. What, how they are related to each other and that helps. We're very much when it comes, toe the construction, and that is the main part. And they were very important. Part of Enjoy is to have a good establishing drawing and that everything is in its place. After that, you will feel probably a lot more confident about the entire drawing. It will see and look like everything is in its right place. No destroying will be much linear than the previous one. We'll use much thicker lines for the entire thing, and I wanted to show you different, another way off, shading, drawing, making lines so you can see that you don't have to be obliged to do it in one way. Just enjoy the process of trying, have fun with it and make your own drawings. That is the most important part, and how you do it then depends on the way you feel at the moment. Yeah, certain job or client stuff on that require something else that this different matter. But if you know the basics, you'll have no problem. We're working in any way, shape or form magic. Other details like to see ones are thicker, but it all comes down toe stuff that I talked about earlier in previous videos about following homes, making big shapes. Start then going into details later on and make little connected art work. And like you see here, I'm going on patrol the antennas for details. Body off this grasshopper, I think, and adding where there details like it's a day earlier. It all comes back later at the later stages, and you see me shading using circular motions of discussed that in the previous sweeter. What type of shading that you'll do depends on the texture that you want to achieve when you're drawing and texture that you see on your subject. So think about that. It doesn't have to be always same way off. Shading told depends. I think, on the situation that you're at and at the specific drawing that you're making, so you could feel like that drawing needs a different type of shading or that it conveyed if it from that type of work, then do it. It's important that you oh, where off all that and you can select the one that you think that it's important right now . OK, in another antenna and further adding details on the Lexx, this is like so second, I don't know layer off, I think shapes and shading and amusing Very I think soft pencil for this part because you see blinds very dark. Like I said, I tried toe do a different type of drawing for this example so you can see that you'll have to be oh state and will be Have you still think that you have toe do a certain way? The all depends on what you want to cheap with your joint. Also with this softer pencil, I'm also using harder pressure so the lines are much thick. No, I'm working on that thing that this grasshopper creature in sixties sitting on and off course the antennas this is slowly getting toe the earth and like you see, I'm using the other piece of paper toe protect drawing and not this much it with my fingers in my hand so that this were important. And after you're done with drawing, remember toe fixate or to use something toe that will make your drawing stick to the paper . So that's basically it. I hope you enjoyed this demo on this class, and I hope you'll find it to you in the next part of this less. 7. 07 class overview: Hey, you may thank you for watching the last we've been through a lot and even more is to come. Now is the time for you in your own project and for you to start drawing. And that is the way Jordan like, say, what is the most important Take out this last missed. You are over there off the challenges that my face. But you also know how to overcome them. Do the exercises. Biggest catch that you can find or under paper. Just do it. And if you want more before the second blast serious Check out my profile skills and see some other classes have their topical joy. I hope you find your Swope as well. And if you go, please consider leaving the review or for me as it would create help grow the channel and make more content to people like you. And this is it for this last day care. Have a great day drawing. And remember, in the next class we'll go over the principles again that we've seen in this west and, well, talk about a new one and go over to additional exercise. So they say have front and see their back