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what are some affordable online art school where i can learn to draw

>> No.4110876

>>4110868
Drawing Database on youtube is free

>> No.4110884

you have tons of material on the internet for free

>> No.4110891

>>4110884
i need structure

>> No.4110901

>>4110891
ngmi

>> No.4110905

Try out schoolism

These are really just videos, so not much in the sense of structure. But they're from professionals no less. If you're into industrial design check out Feng Zhu's free tutorials on youtube, very inspirational stuff.

>> No.4110968

>>4110868
Bump

>> No.4111305

>>4110891
What you need anon is set a time to draw everyday and a lot of discipline, and a goal every week.

>> No.4111312

>>4110868
it's called youtube, for free. dumb nigger

>> No.4111318

>>4110868
schoolism

>> No.4111388

>>4110891
ngmi

>> No.4111422

WattsAtelier

>> No.4111454

>>4111305
Receiving critique from a teacher/master is very important to the learning process.

>> No.4111480

The merit of going to school is that you are to be forced. It is more effective to be forced to do assignments. Along with compete with peers and receive advice from teachers. The same reason why there is gym while you can train yourself at your place.

>> No.4111503

Cgpeers

>> No.4111664

>>4110868
Bump

>> No.4113892

>>4110868
CGMA DOW-SIDE very expensive

>> No.4113934

Svslearn, you can do free trial

>> No.4114146

New masters academy

>> No.4114161

>>4110868
nma.art

All you need to make it.

>> No.4116385

>>4110868
ctrlpaint.com

>> No.4117285

>>4110868
>>4110891
Cool, I hear this quite often.
What should it look like? Give me adjectives, things that sites like Ctrl+paint or Drawabox lack.

My current life goal is to create an online art school with most of the content being free, kinda like Drawabox except structured and less shit.

>> No.4117289

>>4117285
>>4110891

SVS Learn has a curriculum page. It's decently solid.

>> No.4117306

Learn basic drawing, fundamentals and trad painting from new masters academy or watts atelier. Then learn from industry professionals on schoolism like color and light by nathan fowkes and digital painting with craig mullins. (Though watts has some good master classes like composition from based robert watts)
All of these can be pirated or paid for, your choice. NMA and Watts comes with reference if you pay and Schoolism has tons of feedback videos from other students where the teacher goes into more detailed learning and advice that I found really helpful even though they werent talking about my work specifically.

>> No.4117323

>>4110884
yeah but i need friends

>> No.4117350

>>4110891
>>4117289
I got you bros
>https://mega.nz
>/#F!sXhlHBTA!tghIEbq4h2jp7lFOuKq8cQ

>> No.4117379

>>4117350
Not them but thank you kind anon.

>> No.4117392

>>4110868
do yourself a favor and register for cgpeers today

>> No.4117398

>>4117350
These are terrible.

>> No.4118295

>>4117350
Thanks man!

Some of them are a bunch of 'uuuh's and 'aaah's but digital painting with Marco Bucci and character design with Jake Parker are absolute gems

>> No.4118296

>>4117398
ngmi

>> No.4118345

>>4110868
rather than ask "what art program should i take" you should ask "what kind of training do i need to develop the skills i need?" if you post your work some anons may help you narrow down your weaknesses, and from there we can narrow down exactly which direction you should take in terms of learning.

>> No.4118370

>>4110891
You can download a simple drawing guide, such as the Famous Artists Course and set a month for each topic.
You won't master them on that timeframe, but I feel like art schools are good for showing the path to students, rather than teaching them. Actual learning is a personal and continuous process.
For critiques you could try and have a more experienced artist friend

>> No.4118545

>>4118295
>digital painting with Marco Bucci and character design with Jake Parker are absolute gems
Cool
I didnt know which ones were any good so this will help me with which ones to start.

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