Learn to Draw a Skull Warrior Step by Step

Skill Level : 2 Intermediate, 3 Advanced

Medium : Pencil Drawing

Subject : Portraits

Tutor : Nolan Clark

Class Length : 6 hours 20 minutes

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Silver Level or Higher Class

Class Description

Unleash the Drawing Warrior Within ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธโœ๏ธ

Art Warriors Assemble!

Ever wanted to conquer the world of drawing with the tip of your pencil? Our latest tutorial, "Learn to Draw a Skull Warrior Step by Step", is your battlefield, and victory is one shade away! Arm yourself with pencils and embark on a 6-hour artistic quest to bring a fierce skeleton warrior to life.

๐Ÿ–ค Bone Structure Basics: Start off with the skull, the crown of your warrior, learning to sketch every curve and contour.
๐Ÿ™๏ธ Background Battlefields: Master the mysterious bokeh effect to set your warrior against a distant, urban landscape.
๐Ÿ‘• Warrior's Wardrobe: Get down to the nitty-gritty details of hoodies, folds, and armor, adding realism to your warrior's jacket.
๐Ÿ‘€ Depth of the Dead: Give soul to the soulless with deep, shadowed eye sockets that tell tales of battles past.
๐Ÿฆด Jaw and Teeth Tactics: Sharpen your drawing skills with a jaw that bites back and teeth ready to snarl at the enemy.

Whether you're an intermediate artist looking to level up your skills, or a brave beginner ready to charge into new territories, this class is your arena. With our step-by-step guidance, narrated in real-time, you'll follow along to each pencil stroke as you build up to a masterpiece you'll be proud to claim as your own.

What's Included:

6 hours and 20 minutes of real-time instructional video
Downloadable PDF with all the reference materials you need to join the fray
Prepare to don your artist's cape, for by the end of this journey, not only will you have a striking Skull Warrior to show for your efforts, but also the skills to take on any artistic challenge that comes your way.

Join the artistic army today and let's draw a path to glory together!

For the class you will need:

Set of pencils
Smooth drawing paper (I used A4 photocopy paper)
Graphite Dust
Teardrop shape make up sponge, eye shadow sponge
Cotton ear bud
scrap piece of t-shirt material
Kneadable eraser
Tombow Mono eraser
Please make yourself a blending stump with a fine point (Use these instructions:

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