The Art & Science of Drawing Week Three: Form & Space (Part A) Days 1-5

Brent Eviston, Master Artist & Instructor

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6 Videos (1h 29m)
    • The Art & Science of Drawing: Form & Space Trailer

      2:34
    • Day One: The Sphere

      17:50
    • Day Two: The Cylinder

      16:18
    • Day Three: The Cube

      20:26
    • Day Four: Observing Objects

      14:51
    • Day Five: A Simple Still Life

      16:49
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About This Class

In the Form & Space section of THE ART & SCIENCE OF DRAWING series, you’ll learn to do drawings that give the illusion of 3-Dimensional objects occupying deep space.

You’ll start by learning how to draw the sphere, the cylinder and the cube, the foundational shapes that all other forms, no matter how complex, are constructed from. You'll even get an introduction to linear perspective! Never again will your drawings appear flat and lifeless on the page.

This is the perfect course for painters who want to add depth to their work and the perfect primer for figure drawing. Learning how to think and draw in terms of volume is what makes the difference between good artists and great artists. 

This course contains the third installment of an 8-part series. The fourth installment, Form & Space (part B), will be launched on SkillShare in March 2018.

If you're a beginner, we recommend going through the entire series in order.  If you've got some drawing experience, feel free to mix and match The Art & Science of Drawing courses to suit your personal needs as an artist! The complete Art & Science of Drawing series consists of 40 mini-lessons that are designed to take you from basic skills to more advanced shading techniques.  Explore all of the classes in The Art & Science of Drawing

Week 1: Basic Skills:

Week 2 Dynamic Mark Making:

Weeks 3 and 4 Form & Space (Parts A & B)

Week 5: Measuring & Proportion:

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This class helped me hone the basics. Much needed and very essential for all levels!
Great teacher! He makes complex ideas into a simplified approach that is easy to understand. Taking this class and doing the work is the missing pieces to making my creative journey better. I am excited!
Clear instructions and very organized delivery of these lessons. There is a purpose to every step. The student feels like she is on a path and can practice with intention. Follow the homework advice that you can never practice too much--you will definitely see results.

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Brent Eviston

Master Artist & Instructor

Drawing has been my lifelong passion. After studying at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles, I have continued to study numerous forms of drawing including the timeless traditions of the old masters as well as cutting-edge contemporary practices.

I have been teaching drawing for over 20 years at studios, museums, galleries, and schools throughout California. I started teaching traditional drawing and figure drawing online in 2016 and love working with students from more than 125...

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