Hi guys, Roberto Ortiz here.
A good friend of mine has started an anatomy seminar, and I wanted to invite those interested to check it out. Mods feel free to close the thread if you feel it is out of bounds.
This is a quote from the material:
Following her extremely popular course ‘Drawing on the Past’ , Rebecca is back with more: Figuratively Speaking – Analyzing the Human Form. This new, seven week course is a must for any 2D artists wanting to gain the necessary skills to illustrate accurate human figures. However the in depth technical study of the human body will also provide an excellent grounding for 3d modelers and texturers who enjoy drawing/painting and who intend to model accurate depictions of the human form.
A comment on Rebecca’s last course:
”I would like to express my deep thanks for your untiring and relentless support throughout the course. You are truly the embodiment of what teachers are meant to be. Your passion for drawing and helping others is nothing short of phenomenal, and the undeniable patience and good humour you have shown in the face of any issue has been commendable. In short, you rock.”
Martin Brennand, Student, Drawing on the Past
Registration will close soon. Student numbers will be strictly limited to 25 places only, and the course will fill quickly so enroll now.
For more details and enrolment information go to http://workshops.cgsociety.org/courses/000014/
Course Begins: 10 February 2006
Course Ends: 07 April 2006
Active weeks: 9
FOR SAMPLE lessons follow the links below:
Lesson 001: Gesture
Lesson 002: Opposing Curves
Lesson 003: Shading and Human Skull Exercise
"No matter where you go, there you are."
Thank you a ton for posting these
man what a gold mine... but, its a 4pm.. right??? I work till 7pm.. no good..
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
Heh, these are online Workshops ~ there is no need to be in particular place at a particular time.
Begins: 10 February 2006
Ends: 07 April 2006
Active weeks: 9
Fees: USD $399.00
Maximum Students: 25
Instructor Location and time zone: United States, Washington DC GMT -4
09 January 2006 - 03 February 2006
Reading & Research: 3-5 hours per week
Assignments: Students will be expected to complete assignments on a weekly basis taking between 8-12 hours depending on individual proficiency and speed.
IMPORTANT: Online courses require a considerable amount of dedication and enthusiasm to learn. Students must be self-driven and disciplined enough to learn and do the assignments. Success depends on the student's commitment and effort.
If you have any questions, feel free to PM me.
Thank you very much! I am definitely looking forward to the Workshop. Just posted on your Sketchbook Thread ~ it's great to see you have lots of motivation! Really looking forward to having you in the class.
Hey guys and gals,
I would just like to make an announcement about the following:
CGSociety Feature Article - Opposing Curves
I'm really excited as CGSociety has chosen to feature a new Opposing Curves Tutorial I created as a CGS Feature Article!
Please drop in to take a look:
CGS Feature Article - Drawing Lessons: Opposing Curves - by Rebecca Kimmel: