Week 2: Dynamic Mark Making / Day 4: The Tactile Line

Brent Eviston, Master Artist & Instructor

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2 Lessons (21m)
    • 1. A Brief Overview

      0:59
    • 2. The Tactile Line

      19:43
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About This Class

The Art & Science of Drawing is a remarkable new program that will teach you how to draw one day at a time. The program is simple, each day you’ll watch one video lesson that will introduce an essential drawing skill, and then do the recommended practice. The Art & Science of Drawing is overflowing with powerful insights into the drawing process and offers some of the clearest, most accessible drawing instruction available.  Many of the tools and techniques you'll learn here are rarely seen outside of private art academies.

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.  To get started, check out THE ART & SCIENCE OF DRAWING / Week 1: Basic Skills.

This is the ninth lesson in the series. Today's lesson will show you how to create tactile sensations in your drawings like making hard objects look hard and soft objects look soft.

Explore all of the classes in The Art & Science of Drawing:

Week One: Basic Skills:

 Week Two Dynamic Mark Making:

Weeks Three and Four Form & Space (Parts A & B)

Week Five: Measuring & Proportion:

Week 6: Contours:

Week 7: Shading Fundamentals:

Week 8: Shading Beyond the Basics:

The Art & Science of Figure Drawing

The Art & Science of Figure Drawing: Gesture (Introduction)
The Art & Science of Figure Drawing: Gesture: Lessons 1-12

The Art & Science of Figure Drawing: Volume & Structure

The Art & Science of Figure Drawing: Shading