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Drawing Class

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Drawing Class

What is a Figure Drawing Class?

A figure drawing class, which is also known as a life drawing class, is part of the foundation of the coursework for aspiring artists, and it also provides a great exercise to keep up on technical skills. Figure drawing classes can be taken at a college as a part of a major requirement or as an elective for the curious. Drawing a naked figure is the essential event happening in the classroom, though there are many components of this exercise that make it valuable for the person drawing.

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Arts Class

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Arts Class

As sad as it is to hear, bullying is becoming more and more rampant in the school system. The even sadder fact is that it’s not just in elementary school. It’s stemming all the way from preschool to even college. The repercussions of these verbal and mental attacks are quickly taking its toll on families. All too often you’ll hear about a child committing suicide because of certain comments either made at school or on the internet. This vicious cycle can be prevented with a Martial Arts Class. Below are three reasons why your new child needs to take Read the rest of this entry »

Art Class

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Art Class

Selecting a Los Angeles art class that thrives on creativity, imagination as well as original ideas is a great idea. No matter where your passion lies, one of the secrets to a sustainable career in the future will be the ability to think creatively and possess the skills to bring your ideas to life in a meaning.

Los Angeles is recognized as one of the biggest cities in California. It has a large size of roads and population and it’s no surprise to learn that many Los Angeles inhabitants are inclined to arts and are taking Read the rest of this entry »

Drawing Class

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Drawing Class

Teaching an art class about how to draw comic books combines many skills all at once: drawing, costume design, storytelling, and layout. Whereas a “normal” art student will devote an entire class to studying just one or two of these subjects (that is, drawing and layout (aka “composition”), the budding comicbook artist must tackle all of these subjects at once, simultaneously, because its basically an amalgam of different basic art specialties. Just as movies are a collaborative art form involving acting, painting (set design), writing, lighting, drawing, etc, drawing comics is similarly sophisticated. But just imagine teaching this art Read the rest of this entry »

Painting Class

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Painting Class

Painting Class

For anyone who is thinking about learning how to paint I highly recommend you find a Bob Ross Painting Class in your area if one is available. I have no art or drawing talent at all. In fact, I never even thought about it since my art talent amounts to being able to draw a stick-man and a happy-face…and that’s about it. But something happened.

One day I was watching the Oregon Public Broadcasting station and watched this half hour series called The Joy of Painting. At first I saw this man explaining that he was Read the rest of this entry »