Whimsical Faces: Drawing Basics

Jessica Sanders, Artist, Instructor, Designer

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13 Lessons (1h 3m)
    • 1. Welcome :)

      1:12
    • 2. Supplies

      0:57
    • 3. Book Recommendations

      3:19
    • 4. Basic Proportions

      10:44
    • 5. Face Drawing Part 1

      4:49
    • 6. Face Drawing Part 2

      4:49
    • 7. Face Drawing Part 3

      4:43
    • 8. Face Drawing Part 4

      4:16
    • 9. Face Drawing Part 5

      8:10
    • 10. Face Drawing Part 6

      4:02
    • 11. Face Drawing Part 7

      3:24
    • 12. Project & Thank you!

      0:41
    • 13. Bonus: A Bit About My Drawing Journey

      11:41
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About This Class

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Hi, I’m Jessica Sanders, a self-taught mixed media artist who loves exploring art and sharing it with you!

In my new class, Whimsical Faces: Drawing Basics, I will teach you the basics of how I draw whimsical faces. I love keeping it loose and abstract, yet having a touch of realism in my art.  I want to share that process with you, and the skills you need to create your own whimsical faces.

In this beginner drawing class:

  1. We will walk through the supplies, resources I’ve been using to learn to draw faces, and I will do a short journal flip to share a bit of my journey of drawing faces.  
  2. We will learn very simple proportions for faces.  
  3. For the project demonstration, I will take you step-by-step through a monochromatic drawing, sharing my process and tips along the way.  I have created bite-sized sections for this drawing so that you can draw with me!  Simply pause the class, draw, then continue watching.
  4. Last, but not least, it’s project time!  - this is my favorite part!!  I want to see your process and your practice :)   

As always, let go and enjoy the process!  Don’t be afraid of making mistakes!   Everyone makes mistakes, it is part of the learning process.  The key to improving is to keep going - accept your “mistakes” and move on!  Keep practicing.  You can do this!!