Spontaneous Brush Pen Characters

Paul Oxborrow, Creative

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6 Videos (32m)
    • Introduction

      1:09
    • Equipment

      2:43
    • Brush Pen Basics

      9:51
    • My Sketchbook

      6:30
    • Physical Demo

      11:54
    • Class Project

      0:20

About This Class

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I learned to control a brush pen by drawing little characters off the top of my head, one per day. What I didn't anticipate learning too, was how much drawing confidence it gave me to simply take the line for a walk.

This is a class is for anyone interested in taking a different brush pen route, upping their doodling game, and growing their self-confidence in spontaneous illustration.

 

In this class we'll cover:

  • Equipment: Everything you need to get started!
  • Brush Pen Basics: Learn simple techniques you'll use again and again
  • Examples: From my personal sketchbook, and live drawing
  • Physical Demonstration

The most important skill you'll gain from this class is confident brush pen illustration.

3 of 3 students recommendSee All

Brush pen characters that are not letters, but real characters. I love the idea for this class. Paul explains it well and shows how he improved his own characters in a few days. Fun class!
Lucy Lambriex

Photo & video teacher for the camera shy

I like your examples and tips you mention while showing your process. I will look out for a double sided pen and practice using a sketch book.
Heather Lee

brand identity strategist

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Paul Oxborrow

Creative

I'm a creative who believes in the value of a multi-disciplinary skill set and continually seek to add to mine. With a over a decade of advertising agency experience, I currently work as a Branding and Marketing designer (and beginner motion graphics artist) in the software and gaming industry.

I've always been passionate about teaching, mentoring and sharing, so here goes!

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