- I focus on teaching use of tools, as well as fundamental drawing and painting skills, without stifling personal style or expression. - I share my own methods as a practicing artist - watching another artist demonstrate a technique is one of the most useful ways that young artists can learn.
I got into teaching at first to supplement my income, but find I enjoy the work sometimes more than making art! It's been a pleasure to share my experience and knowledge, and make a point of teaching the students I have rather than a fixed curriculum. I focus on what they need to overcome hurdles and try to find ways that will help them best overcome hurdles.
Ma méthode est avant tout de prendre du plaisir et s'amuser. Ecouter la volonté de chacun afin d'aider à développer, corriger ou donner un autre regard grâce au savoir et aux divers support . Cela peut partir de "j'ai envie d'apprendre à dessiner " , donc connaitre les outils, les proportions, l'observation ... à l'évolution apprendre diverses technique, créer, imaginer, ....
My methods are free-flowing and can be fitted to each individual.
I usually like to know what the goal of my students are and go from there. If there is something they are hoping to focus on, I can provide help in that area. Otherwise I will offer choices on what I think would help build the skills.
What I teach depends on the student's interest. The lessons are divided in two section. The first one is theory on various subjects based on what you want to learn. The second part is practical and you'll get to apply what you just learned.
I would give each student specific assignments based on their skills and interests. I encourage drawing from life and master studies for they are essential in building a good skill set. I would teach my students drawing skills as well as observational skills, for it is important for an artist to not just draw what they see, but also understand the logic behind it.
I've been designing characters since I was in highschool. Once I entered college, I learned the human anatomy and its accurate proportions to help me create appealing and fun characters. Learning geometric shapes also plays an important factor. We will be going over the absolute basics until you are confident and want to advance. I will be providing critiques along the way.
My teaching methods are practical and organized, and follow a simple lesson plan. They are flexible to the artistic level of the client. My past experience with teaching has been to small groups of youths, wherein we learned about: breaking down objects into basic shapes and volumes, basic colour theory and tones, the basics of character design, and much more.
Drawing and painting well is primarily a matter of thinking and seeing in a way that allows you to translate real objects onto a 2d surface. No artists has ever perfectly trained their eye, and their are many techniques to help artists draw, and subsequently paint, with greater observation and efficiency.
Hi there! I'm Shee, current Illustration student at Sheridan College. I've been published in many comics anthologies, including those from Dark Horse, kuš!, and klub zin. I give lessons in drawing, painting (watercolour, gouache, acrylic), comics, and digital media including Photoshop and other painting programs such as Clip Studio.
I like to approach my classes based upon what my student would like to learn-- then build upon what skills they already know.
My teaching method adapts to the level of the student that is, regardless if it is basic or advanced and we continue with classes separated by themes and we persist in the subjects that the student presents more difficulty. Use the student's hobbies to teach, making him comfortable and lively with development, always passing lessons for the day.
Drawing teacher for 6 years now, I am always attentive to the profile of the student to better guide him and help him to deepen his skills. The private lessons take place on 1h30 to 2H always starting with an exchange with the student to define his tastes, his passions, and his methodology.
I base my classes primarily around the student. There is not a strict regiment and i wont force you to draw anything you don't wish to. My classes range from learning how to develop and structure your sketchbooks for GCSE and A-Levels, through to hobbiest artists and other aspiring comic artists that need guidance in drawing, publishing and advertising.
I base my classes specifically on the student's desirable focus and level. The classes will be more practical than theoretical because I believe this is the best way for students to adopt skills. I am extremely patient, so do not worry about making mistakes. I'd love to help you improve; that's what I am for.
The courses depend mainly on the level of the student and what he wants to succeed. The courses are structured, whether it's learning to draw, to make hyper realism, a comic, or illustration. As a general rule, I like to explain what you want to be able to develop with each exercise. And all the exercise leads to the development of a final project.
I base my classes on a young and dynamic transmission. The goal is to progress quickly while fixing very good bases of design applicable to any style. Of course if it's about talking manga, there is the possibility to expand to the Japanese culture that contextualizes the methods of this particular art.
I am 26 and offer lessons to people of all abilities, whether it be a child of 4 or an adult of 94. I have many topics pre-planned with steps lined out, but I can plan new lessons based on the desires of the student(s). I have tutorial sheets I have made that can be used as well for further reference.
My method of teaching is rather to approach the subject freely then to put it into practice because it is with a lot of practice we become a good painter. My classes are aimed at young people (from 17 years old) and adults.
Do you want to improve or learn to Draw and paint, in an easy and dynamic way? then sign up and I'll show you all the tricks to get this and much more! If you are new to this, this will be my methodology.
The ones I can give the biggest help is young students applying for art high schools or universities. I can help collect a portfolio for the application, get ready for the exams, or just simply improve skills for the lessons.
First in first I will not teach you art !Because art is somthing you can experiment and understand, not something you can learn. I'll teach as a digital artist my experience, techniques and how to find your own style to do that, discipline and good methodoligy is the best to make great progress in a short time .
If possible, I prefer that classes remain an area of freedom for the student so as not to limit his creativity. I would also like to share my knowledge of designers and artists and explain how they shape our culture and way of life. Finally, I would like to discover many techniques of both manufacturing and representation.
Kinesthetic Learning, Although i am happy to share past experiences to help guide a student and will set up how to videos for ease of learning. i believe most experience is gained through trial and error. In a kinesthetic learning environment, students perform physical activities rather than listen to lectures or watch demonstrations.
My courses will be focused on learning the basics, anatomy, posing, using references, as well as learning how to understand how to draw volumes. Drawing is also very digital today so the discovery of drawing programs will also be part of my teaching.
In my teaching it is possible to leave room for artistic culture and the history of art while addressing creation and artistic freedom. In a fun and professional way my classes can be structured to address the personal projects of the student.
My teaching method is based on presenting in detail the different possibilities that an artist has to create, showing several references for, then starting to teach how to use the materials and tools allowing the student to experiment and once he has mastered this, start with lessons about shadow, perspective, anatomy, etc ...
Practice makes perfect, as it is already said. I like to leave drawing activities under concepts. All very relaxed and very easy to learn. My course is aimed at any audience, but especially teenagers from 13 to 20 years who are interested in learning to draw and the aesthetic drawing. Do you like digital art? Sleeve? Type Tumblr? I can teach you.
After a conversation about what the student's yearnings, expectations and goals are, I present a schedule that divides the topics covered into modules. The goal is to bring together the student's enjoyable outside activities to class exercises.
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Perfect! Francine is extremely patient and kind. She is also extremely knowledgeable and skilled in what she does. She goes over the basics and reviews what you already know, and waits until you're confident enough to continue. Overall she's an amazing...
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