COURSES INSTRUCTORS WORKSHOPS INTERVIEWS
  • Gesture Drawing
    with Alex Woo
  • Introduction to Digital Painting
    with Andrew Hou
  • Painting Creatures
    with Bobby Chiu
  • Digital Painting
    with Bobby Chiu
  • Painting with Light and Color
    with Tonko House and Cody Gramstad
  • Digital Painting
    with Craig Mullins
  • Painting Sci-Fi from Start to Finish
    with Craig Mullins
  • Characters for Animated Film
    with Daniel Arriaga
  • Painting with Light and Color
    with Dice Tsutsumi and Robert Kondo
  • Story-Driven Illustrations
    with Djamila Knopf
  • Watercolor Fundamentals
    with Gonzalo Carcamo
  • The Art of Caricature
    with Jason Seiler
  • Realistic Portraits
    with Jason Seiler
  • Environment and Light
    with John Burton
  • Understanding Textures
    with Jonathan Hardesty
  • Essentials of Realism
    with Jonathan Hardesty
  • Introduction to ZBrush
    with Justin Goby Fields
  • Storyboarding
    with Kris Pearn
  • Designing with Color and Light
    with Nathan Fowkes
  • Environment Design
    with Nathan Fowkes
  • Drawing Portraits in Charcoal
    with Nathan Fowkes
  • Pictorial Composition
    with Nathan Fowkes
  • Landscape Sketching in Watercolor and Gouache
    with Nathan Fowkes
  • Lighting for Story and Concept Art
    with Sam Nielson
  • Fundamentals of Lighting
    with Sam Nielson
  • Fundamentals of Character Design
    with Stephen Silver
  • Exploring Character Styles
    with Stephen Silver
  • Creature Anatomy
    with Terryl Whitlatch
  • Drawing Fundamentals
    with Thomas Fluharty
  • Oil Painting
    with Thomas Fluharty
  • Introduction to Visual Development
    with Victoria Ying
  • Deconstructed: Drawing People
    with Viktor Kalvachev
  • Expressive Characters
    with Wouter Tulp
  • Conceptual Characters
    with Wouter Tulp
Deconstructed: Drawing People
with Viktor Kalvachev

If you're an artist, in all likelihood, you will eventually want to or be asked to draw people.

Regardless of your style or artistic sensibility, there are certain fundamental principles of drawing people that apply to most work (at least until you get to a stage of mastery that allows you to break all the rules).

I have tried to structure and organize the lessons and assignments here into bite-sized morsels that I hope you will find easily digestible, engaging, and fun. We will explore shapes, perspective, anatomy, among many of my other techniques. Through this course, I aim to help you get a better understanding of drawing in general, and how to draw the human specifically in order to get the best possible results.

(PLEASE NOTE: This class makes use of artistic nudity. For students under the age of majority, parental discretion is advised.)
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