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Learn to Draw in 30 Days | October 2022

*Early bird discount - register by September 25 and save $10 (pay $40 instead of $50)!

Everyone can learn to draw! 

In this video series, artist Paul Richmond breaks down the fundamentals of drawing into 10-minute daily exercises that will help you see like an artist, learn the basics of drawing, and put it into practice.

Sign up and receive a new drawing video lesson directly in your inbox each day in October 2022! You will be amazed at how much your drawing skills will improve in a short time with focused, daily practice. Paul's gentle, lighthearted approach will make learning fun and keep you coming back for more. Enrollment gives you unlimited access to the video lessons, so you can always watch them at a later date too.

Paul has been teaching students to draw for over twenty years. This class covers the most effective techniques he has discovered for helping artists hone this fundamental skill. This class is great for beginners and also a refresher for anyone who wants to get back to the basics of drawing.

Note: When you checkout, please enter the email address you would like the video lessons sent to. You will receive an email confirming your order immediately, and the private link to the first video lesson will arrive October 1, 2022. Subsequent lessons will be sent daily through October 30, 2022.

Video Lessons

  1. Blind contour drawing
  2. Drawing upside down 
  3. Using reference
  4. Silhouettes of complicated objects
  5. Proportion and measuring by sight 
  6. Drawing the negative space
  7. Continuous line drawing 
  8. Draw the shadow shapes/planes 
  9. Using a grid 
  10. Value scale 
  11. Finding the light 
  12. How to use the tools 
  13. Quick gestural studies 
  14. Drawing with Line 
  15. Using cross hatching 
  16. Reverse drawing  
  17. 1 point perspective
  18. 2 point perspective
  19. 3 point perspective 
  20. Drawing from life
  21. Ink drawing 
  22. Charcoal drawing 
  23. Technical vs. expressive drawing
  24. Draw a landscape
  25. Draw figures 
  26. Draw a still life
  27. Draw a self portrait 
  28. Drawing hands 
  29. Drawing animals 
  30. Keeping a sketchbook 


You are welcome to work with any materials you'd like, but here's a list of everything Paul will be using in this series:

  1. Drawing pencil set (4H-4B)
  2. Kneaded eraser
  3. Charcoal pencil set
  4. Micron pens
  5. Sketchbook

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