This course is designed to give you the ability to draw a cartoon kitten with your own personal style and design. More importantly, the course walks you through the entire drawing process so that you can use the techniques learned in this course to make nice cartoon drawings of whatever you want!
The course is broken down into easy-to-follow lessons including photo reference, studying the kitten, sketch phase, refined line work, coloring, light and shade, and some special touch-up techniques to enhance the quality of your overall drawing.Although this lesson is designed to be easy enough for a drawing novice to pickup, it also follows professional illustration guidelines for those who are interested in pursuing art and design careers. Arts and crafts hobbyists can also benefit from this course by picking up these step-by-step drawing techniques which break down the drawing process and make it easy for anyone to draw.
Introduction to the course and some start up tips.
Pic some photo reference to understand the kitten better.
A quick quiz on kitten features.
In order to understand the kitten better we must study its anatomy.
With our research done we can start to sketch out our kitten.
A review of the sketch phase of our drawing.
Now to polish the sketch with some fine line work.
Adding light and shade to the kitten.
Some final touch-up techniques to make the kitten stand out.
Let's take a minute to summarize all of our kitten drawing techniques.
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Brendon Schumacker is an accomplished artist and illustrator with experience in many art forms. Having drawn since a young age, Brendon has a lifetime of educational background in freehand art from various schools in USA and has studied along side with artists of varied backgrounds, giving him a diverse understanding of many illustration styles and techniques. He has published comics and children's books, has done multiple gallery openings, and has been doing freelance illustration and design for over 10 years. His instruction style is casual and entertaining while also being detailed in his examination of varied art techniques.