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How to create Beautiful Sketchbooks with Steve Huston - Trailer (4K Ultra HD)
 
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Click here to watch this lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/introduction-sketchbook-techniques-materials At New Masters Academy, we've been getting tons of requests for master artist Steve Huston to reveal his beautiful sketchbook drawing and painting techniques. We're proud to announce that we have finally created a video lesson for all of you who have been so patiently waiting! In this video lesson, world-renowned artist Steve Huston shows you how to create gorgeous art in a scrap acid-free sketchbook using pencil, fountain pen, and gouache water color. Steve breaks down all the materials that you need and shows you how he uses reference or just imagination to create striking sketchbook pages. If you're looking to create amazing sketchbooks for yourself or to exhibit and share with others, this is the perfect lesson to get you started. Click below to get instant access to this lesson right now. http://www.newmastersacademy.org/introduction-sketchbook-techniques-materials
Views: 30236 New Masters Academy
TRAILER: Russian Academic Drawing Course: Head & Neck with Iliya Mirochnik
 
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New Masters Academy will release the next part of our Russian Academic Drawing Course with Iliya Mirochnik on January 14th. Watch the trailer to learn more! Head & Neck offers 14+ hours of new content, covering topics such as the structure of the skull, individual bones of the skull, deep muscles of the face, skeleton of the neck & shoulder girdle, muscles of the shoulder girdle, and the portrait drawing process. Join Ukrainian-born artist Iliya Mirochnik as he passes on a 250-year-old academic method preserved at the Repin Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia and seldom taught outside of the Academy and never before on camera. In the first part of our Russian Academic Drawing Course, Iliya taught you how to hone your fundamental drawing skills. In this next part, Head & Neck, you will undertake a new challenge: the portrait. In order to draw the complexity of nature we need to study all the anatomy that makes up the surface form of the head and neck. You can follow along with assignments, working from high quality photographs and 3D models. And for the first time at New Masters Academy we will be using castings from real human cadavers, prepared by renowned artistic anatomist, Eliot Goldfinger. The Russian Academic Drawing Course is available to stream with any NMA.art subscription. For a limited time get 10% OFF your first billing cycle at New Masters Academy with checkout coupon code: MIRO2 Go to https://www.NMA.art to get started now!
Views: 7635 New Masters Academy
ANNOUNCING: Russian Academic Drawing Course: The Fundamentals with Iliya Mirochnik
 
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Now Streaming at New Masters Academy! Join Ukrainian-born artist Iliya Mirochnik as he passes on a 250-year-old academic method preserved at the Repin Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia and seldom taught outside of the Academy and never before on camera. The Russian Academic drawing and painting approaches were uninterrupted by the modern art movements that transformed representational art in the West, and as a result, they provide a unique and clear lineage to the greater art traditions of the past. As a powerful approach that is both constructive and depictive, it combines the two methods that prevail in contemporary representational art. In these three drawing Courses, we have set out to condense the entire program, spanning over eight years into a logical, step-by-step procedure. We have made improvements and added resources and exercises to explicitly drive home the concepts that are required to work in this approach. We have also structured the course so that it is not only useful for professional and experienced artists but also artists with no drawing experience whatsoever. The first course: the Fundamentals is our most comprehensive beginner-level course to date, including everything you need to get started. Learn more at: http://bit.ly/2BhOysb
Views: 11873 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 1 // Instructor: Steve Huston
 
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Figure Drawing Demo | To learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... These sessions have been met with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 122318 New Masters Academy
LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP and CERTIFICATE PROGRAM- Limited Time!
 
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http://newmastersacademy.org/lifetime For a LIMITED TIME purchase a New Masters Academy LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP and get access to all of the website content-- for life! Also get exclusive access to our Certificate Program. Also receive a Signed copy of Steve Huston's book: Figure Drawing for Artists: Making Every Mark Count. Additionally Lifetime Members will receive special discounts and promotions.
Views: 11114 New Masters Academy
Try NMA.art FREE for 7 Days!
 
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Views: 11878 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 1 // Instructor: Glenn Vilppu
 
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How to Draw People with Glenn Vilppu from DLDS #1 | Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 114338 New Masters Academy
Figure Drawing with Karl Gnass | Part 1: Intro and Theory TRAILER - Ultra 4K HD
 
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Click here to watch the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/figure-drawing-karl-gnass-part-1-intro-theory-1/ In this new series, figure drawing instructor, Karl Gnass, will show you how to draw an entire figure through his five crucial stages: Gesture, Formulation, Anatomy, Light and Tone, and Aesthetics. In this lesson, Karl will give you an overview of these five stages. He will then elaborate on the three initial stages to achieve a solid foundation for your drawing. Karl will share with you his in-depth theories of how to construct your figure drawings. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 16285 New Masters Academy
TRAILER | The Artist’s Sketchbook: Figures in Gouache | Part 3 with Steve Huston
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! https://goo.gl/zF47mM In the final lesson of the series, master artist Steve Huston begins with some warm-up poses using his fountain pen and then dives into three separate gouache renderings. Watch Steve mix paint, experiment, and make decisions based on reference images. For years, Steve has been asked how he creates his beautiful sketchbooks. In this series, he will teach you how to blend two very distinct processes into one great way to do studies – or for that matter – finishes. Covering landscape, still-life, and figure, Steve shows you why watercolor is such a great tool for planning out a tonal or color composition, why it’s ideal for creating what he refers to as “happy accidents,” and how it can help you make that difficult transition from competent draftsman to first class painter. Additionally, Steve will put in time using pen and ink, and brush and ink, exploring ideas for planning future paint strokes, seeing how it will help develop your eye for the precise way to track and/or reinvent form on paper or canvas and see how you can sneak a little color and flare into these time-honored tools. Practice with Steve as he lectures and demonstrates how to begin and finish both quick sketches and more complete renderings. This series is based on a live-streamed workshop hosted by Art Mentors in late 2017.
Views: 24360 New Masters Academy
Start Creating Today! With New Masters Academy
 
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New Masters Academy is an online fine art institution based out of Huntington Beach, California. We challenge the art education establishment by offering superior instruction from some of the world’s best artists all for a low monthly subscription fee. Our goal is to revolutionize and democratize the existing ineffective and expensive art educational system.The original founders of New Masters Academy sought to improve the way in which art is produced, assessed, and sold. The founders believed, as many others, that the quality of most fine art has suffered tremendously since the time of the Old Masters. In the words of NMA Cofounder, Joshua Jacobo: “In the absence of a meaningful form of criterion, fine art has lost its compass and has descended into chaos, gimmickry, and academic transcription. Artists have lost a clear sense of the purpose and practice of making fine art and the academia and industry built there around have both accelerated and fueled this collective confusion.” Visit our web site at www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 28004 New Masters Academy
TRAILER | The Artist’s Sketchbook: Watercolor & Pen | with Steve Huston | Part 1
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! http://goo.gl/uxnggw Covering landscape, still-life, and figure, Steve shows you why watercolor is such a great tool for planning out a tonal or color composition, why it’s ideal for creating what he refers to as “happy accidents,” and how it can help you make that difficult transition from competent draftsman to first class painter. Additionally, he will put in time using pen and ink, and brush and ink: Explore ideas for future paint strokes, see how it will develop your eye for the precise way to track and/or reinvent form on paper or canvas, and see how you can sneak a little color and flare into these time-honored tools. Practice with Steve as he lectures and demonstrates how to begin and finish both quick sketches and more complete renderings.
Views: 6427 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 2 // Instructor: Glenn Vilppu
 
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Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H65W-hXeKvvO_xNA_kIs5w . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images/ These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 46958 New Masters Academy
Sculpting a Head from Imagination with Jordu Schell - TRAILER (Ultra HD 4K)
 
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Click here to get access to the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/sculpting-head-imagination/ In this lesson, world-renowned sculptor and concept artist Jordu Schell demonstrates his process of sculpting a human head entirely from imagination. In his clear-cut, approachable teaching style, Jordu will share with you every step of his process from applying the first layers of clay to the armature, to blocking in major forms, to adding finer details to achieve a greater sense of character in your sculpture. Jordu offers expert advise that both beginners and advanced sculptors will find useful, from what materials to use to his thought process behind finding a character. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 9906 New Masters Academy
Austrian Sculptor Johanna Schwaiger joins New Masters Academy
 
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In this Austrian television featurette by ORF, World-renowned Austrian sculptor, Johanna Schwaiger discussed her decision to leave Europe to travel to the United States to collaborate with New Masters Academy on cutting-edge art educational programs and to help develop new fine art workflows.
Views: 6116 New Masters Academy
TRAILER | Introducing NMA's NEWEST Instructor David Simon: Figure Sculpting in Clay: Part 2
 
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Introducing New Masters Academy's NEWEST Instructor David Simon! Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! https://goo.gl/j6tSHb In the second lesson of David Simon’s figure-sculpting series, he takes a few measurements from the model and starts adding clay to the armature. David considers the anatomy of the figure as he adds volume to the sculpture. After blocking in the major masses of the figure, he can begin to establish the gesture of the pose. In these early stages, he takes pains to limit his focus to the relationships between the parts and the whole, and to not get carried away with any particular part of the figure. Success in any sculptural project relies on constantly checking and re-establishing your proportion– only later should you hone in on the intricacies! Sculpting from life is a dynamic and process-heavy endeavor, by watching this series we hope that you learn about the intricacies involved and are inspired to tackle the challenge! A sculptor of international acclaim, David Simon’s career has ranged from life-size portraits and figures to massive bronze statues. Among others, he helped oversee the giant Leonardo da Vinci Horse project. David created maquette and sculptures for films such as Where the Wild Things Are, Fantastic Four, and Watchmen, and holds private workshops abroad and in his Los Angeles studio.
Views: 3224 New Masters Academy
Joshua Loves to Draw // EP. 1 // Recorded 12/08/17
 
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This video features live short-pose drawings from the model recorded December 8th, 2017 at New Masters Academy by New Masters Academy founder, Joshua Jacobo. We have made this video available for free (without Voice Over) to help inspire students with a variety of approaches to drawing the figure. Music: Violin Sonata No.1, Op.75 by Camille Saint-Saëns
Views: 18267 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #2 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 195222 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 2 // Instructor: Steve Huston
 
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Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 44723 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 3 // Instructor: Steve Huston
 
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How to Draw the Figure | Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 38583 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #5 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 128525 New Masters Academy
(Non Nude) Daily Life Drawing Session Figure Reference Images #1 in Ultra HD 4K
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last poses are two 5-minutes and then a single ten minute pose. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 10 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 105531 New Masters Academy
How to Draw the Head with Glenn Vilppu - TRAILER (Ultra HD 4k)
 
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Click here to watch the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/structure-head-glenn-vilppu/ In this extensive lesson, master draftsman Glenn Vilppu shares with you his approach to head drawing. Glenn will begin with an in-depth lecture on head structure and features of the face. Next, he will share his thoughts on master works and analyze various artists' approaches to head drawing. Glenn will then doing several demonstrations drawing from various model references using a variety of mediums, including charcoal, fountain pen, and water brush. Following these demonstrations, you will have a timed assignment, giving you a chance to apply what you've learned and draw from images Glenn has specifically chosen. The lesson concludes with Glenn doing the same timed assignment, allowing you to compare your work with his. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 14913 New Masters Academy
Joshua Loves to Draw // EP. 7 // Recorded 03/13/18
 
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This video features a live head drawing demonstration recorded March 13st, 2018 by New Masters Academy founder, Joshua Jacobo. We have made this video available for free (without Voice Over) to help inspire students with a variety of approaches to blocking in the figure. Materials: Black Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencil on Canson Marker Paper
Views: 6515 New Masters Academy
Danny Galieote: Painter
 
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This is a profile video done of New Masters Academy instructor Danny Galieote as a lead-up to his 2014 one-man show at Arcadia gallery in New York.
Views: 7182 New Masters Academy
Joshua Loves to Draw // EP. 10 // Recorded 05/11/18
 
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Episode 10 Recorded 05/11/18 In this episode, Joshua demonstrates a gestural free approach in the first drawing and a constructive, direct approach in the second. Materials: Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencil on Canson Marker Paper
Views: 9326 New Masters Academy
New Masters Academy 3D Viewer 2013
 
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Here is an introduction to the New Masters Academy 3D Viewer featuring Michelangelo's David and the NMA Anatomy Head model.
Views: 15229 New Masters Academy
How to Draw the Head / Face / Portrait with Steve Huston PART 1 (3 HOURS!)
 
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This video lesson is a FREE SAMPLE of our video subscription library at https://NMA.art Visit New Masters Academy for more than 1,000 hours of premium video content. PART II: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/structure-head-steve-huston-part-2-intermediate-head-construction-1/ We've decided to release an entire 3 hour video lesson from our New Masters Academy subscription library to give you an idea of the quality of content you can expect from our Web site. Go to http://www.newmastersacademy.org to learn more. In this exciting in-depth drawing series, instructor Steve Huston shows you a step-by-step construction of the human head. He covers the basic forms and more detailed intermediate constructs of the head as well as the eyes, nose, mouth and ears. In this lesson, you will learn how to use basic shapes (boxes, cylinders, spheres) to form the basic structure of the head. This lesson is a fundamental step in learning how to create a solid foundation to place the features of the face on. He will also show you how to construct the basic head in different perspectives. Following Steve's lecture, he will illustrate how the Old Masters constructed the human head. You will then be given a timed assignment from Steve to utilize what you have learned and practice your skills. Finally, Steve will share with you how he goes about the assignment through his own techniques.
Views: 2477360 New Masters Academy
Human Body Figure Reference - Figure Drawing Reference Images (NON-NUDE SERIES DLDS #10) in 4K
 
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Art Model Reference Images to Draw Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last poses are two 5-minutes and then a single ten minute pose. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 10 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 86626 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #1 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 388150 New Masters Academy
Sculpting a Female Portrait in Clay with Johanna Schwaiger | Part 2
 
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World-renowned sculptor Johanna Schwaiger joins New Masters Academy, bringing with her over 20 years experience of teaching and producing figurative and portrait sculpture. In her first series, she demonstrates her method of sculpting a female portrait from a live model. You'll learn important methods and procedures using various sculpting materials and tools, key landmarks of the skull, basic clay application, symmetry, and asymmetry. Check out the full lesson now! http://goo.gl/r8vqA9
Views: 7054 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 1 // Instructor: Danny Galieote
 
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How to draw the figure with Danny Galieote after DLDS #1 | Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H65W-hXeKvvO_xNA_kIs5w . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images/ These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 39939 New Masters Academy
TRAILER | Long Poses in Charcoal – Part 1: Amy with Steve Huston
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! https://goo.gl/ujYUv4 In this series, master artist Steve Huston demonstrates his approach to long pose charcoal drawings at the NMA studio. He’ll share with you his techniques for preparing materials, mark-making, drawing warmup poses, arranging the model (Amy), and rendering a finish, all while explaining his thought processes! Steve Huston is an internationally renowned painter and draftsman. Huston was born and raised in Alaska. He studied at Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design, while working construction each summer to pay his tuition. Even before graduating with his BFA, Huston began illustrating for such clients as Caesar’s Palace, MGM, Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios among others. Huston began teaching life drawing and painting, composition and anatomy; first at his alma mater, then at the Disney, Warner Brothers, and Dreamworks Studios. He began his career as a fine artist in 1995, winning top prizes at the California Art Club Gold Medal Show that year and the following. Huston continues exhibiting his work widely.
Views: 4009 New Masters Academy
Figure Drawing with Glenn Vilppu | Part 4: Cylinder Forms - TRAILER (Ultra HD 4K)
 
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Click here to view the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/figure-drawing-glenn-vilppu-part-4-cylinder-forms/ In this series, master draftsman Glenn Vilppu shares with you his approach to figure drawing. Each lesson will cover a new stage in Glenn's process, including: Gesture, Spherical Forms, Box Forms, Cylindrical Forms, Basic Procedure, Direct Lighting, Indirect Lighting, and Atmosphere. In this fourth lesson of the series, Glenn covers cylinder forms. He begins with a lecture introducing the concept of cylinder forms in figure drawing, followed by an analysis of cylinder forms in Old Master works. Glenn will then illustrate these concepts in two figure drawing demonstrations. Next, you will get a chance to apply what you've learned in a timed figure drawing assignment. The lesson will conclude with Glenn's approach to the assignment, allowing you to compare your work with his. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 6867 New Masters Academy
Color Boot Camp with Bill Perkins | Part 1: Value - Trailer (Ultra HD 4K)
 
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Click here to view the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/color-boot-camp-bill-perkins-part-1-15/ In this series, instructor Bill Perkins brings you his crash course on color theory and practice. This six part series is designed to accelerate your learning curve, allowing you to gain confidence in your paintings and an overall understanding of how color works in various situations. Each lesson will focus on a different aspect of color, and will center around images of a model in different color and lighting set-ups designed by Bill himself. This first lesson in the series will focus on value, and how to break down various values within your paintings. Bill will begin with a brief lecture on how to identify contrast within high and low key lighting set-ups, and then it's time to get to work: You will be shown a series of 4 images throughout the lesson featuring a model in different lighting situations, and you will have 30 minutes to complete a painting of each. Following each painting, you will see how Bill approaches the the same assignment, allowing you to compare your work with his. We recommend you give each painting multiple attempts, but restrict yourself each time to no more than 30 minutes per painting. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
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TRAILER | Reilly Method Head Drawing: Unit 2 – The Abstraction with Mark Westermoe
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! https://goo.gl/s4RPtW In the series’ second lesson, Mark introduces Frank Reilly’s abstraction: a rhythmical representation of the shapes and forms of the head. Internalizing this model will give you an excellent starting point for any portrait or head drawing. Mark first explains a little bit of the history behind this abstraction, then moves on to show you how it can be applied to any given drawing or photo. Following that, he uses the abstraction and some tracing paper to demonstrate some portraits from the NMA and Drawthis! model reference libraries. In this series, Mark introduces you to the Reilly Method, a way of understanding the structure of the head through the use of rhythms, to help project accurate proportions of your subject from any angle. As the protegé to the famous Fred Fixler, who worked directly under the legendary Frank Reilly, Mark’s unrivaled knowledge of the Reilly Method for drawing the head led to artistic prominence to an illustrious career in Hollywood movie poster design. He later founded Associate’s in Art in Southern California, a top school for illustrators, from which many alumni became the “who’s who” in the fields of figurative art. He will be greatly missed, and his imprint on the industry, students across the world, and here at the NMA studio will last forever.
Views: 4364 New Masters Academy
Ed Fraughton on Art and Creativity
 
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New Masters Academy founding member Ed Fraughton discusses the lifelong process and passion of art.
Views: 8167 New Masters Academy
Drawing Ideas (Non Nude) Daily Life Drawing Session Figure Reference Images #2 in Ultra HD 4K
 
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Figure Drawing Ideas (non-nude) | Visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last poses are two 5-minutes and then a single ten minute pose. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 10 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 58866 New Masters Academy
TRAILER | The Artist’s Sketchbook: Gouache | Part 2 with Steve Huston
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! http://goo.gl/rByoCX For years, master artist Steve Huston has been asked how he creates his beautiful sketchbooks. In this series, he will teach you how to blend two very distinct processes into one great way to do studies – or for that matter – finishes. In this lesson, the second in a series, Steve introduces some techniques for sketchbook studies from the work of a handful of old masters. Then he’ll show you his materials and dive right into some gouache studies using opaque watercolor. Covering landscape, still-life, and figure, Steve shows you why watercolor is such a great tool for planning out a tonal or color composition, why it’s ideal for creating what he refers to as “happy accidents,” and how it can help you make that difficult transition from competent draftsman to first class painter. Additionally, Steve will put in time using pen and ink, and brush and ink, exploring ideas for planning future paint strokes, seeing how it will help develop your eye for the precise way to track and/or reinvent form on paper or canvas and see how you can sneak a little color and flare into these time-honored tools. Practice with Steve as he lectures and demonstrates how to begin and finish both quick sketches and more complete renderings. This series is based on a live-streamed workshop hosted by Art Mentors in late 2017.
Views: 5065 New Masters Academy
The Structure of the Head with Steve Huston | Part 3: The Eyes TRAILER - Ultra HD 4K
 
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Click here to watch the full lesson: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/structure-head-steve-huston-part-3-eyes-1/ In this exciting in-depth drawing series, instructor Steve Huston shows you a step-by-step construction of the human head. He covers the basic forms and more detailed intermediate constructs of the head as well as the eyes, nose, mouth and ears. In this lesson, Steve covers how to construct the eye within the eye socket. He will also show you how the eye lids are placed around the eye as well as the brow ridges. Following Steve's lecture, he will illustrate how the Old Masters constructed the eyes. You will then be given a timed assignment from Steve to utilize what you have learned and practice your skills. Finally, Steve will share with you how he goes about the assignment through his own techniques. Visit www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of the world's best art instruction.
Views: 4596 New Masters Academy
Timed Model Drawing Session 4 // Instructor: Glenn Vilppu
 
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How to Draw the Figure DLDS #4 | Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H65W-hXeKvvO_xNA_kIs5w . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images/ These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
Views: 27999 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #4 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 134671 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #3 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 292871 New Masters Academy
Daily Life Drawing Session #10 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference)
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last two-poses are 5 minutes each. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
Views: 263379 New Masters Academy
Drawing a Reclining Female Figure in Sanguine with Glenn Vilppu - Trailer (4K Ultra HD)
 
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To view the full lesson, click here: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/drawing-reclining-female-figure-sanguine/ Our students often ask us to show full-length drawing demonstrations from our master instructors. This new series will allow you to watch the entire drawing process, from the light gestural lay-in to the final marks all recorded in beautiful 4K Ultra HD. In this demonstration, world-renowned artist, Glenn Vilppu draws a female figure in a reclining position using a sanguine Polychromos pencil. Glenn takes his time on this drawing and really breaks down what he’s thinking about at each stage. You also have the advantage of the original reference image so that you can compare Glenn’s observations and interpretations to the real model. At the end of this lesson you’ll have gained a step-by-step approach to drawing the figure in a single color that you can apply to your own work. We recommend you watch this lesson more than once and follow along at home with your own drawings, pausing the lesson at each stage, so that you can take your own drawing through the entire process. Visit us at www.newmastersacademy.org for hundreds of hours of comprehensive fine art lessons.
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Art Model Images to Draw - Figure Drawing Reference Images (NON-NUDE SERIES DLDS #6) in Ultra HD 4K
 
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Art Model Images to Draw Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last poses are two 5-minutes and then a single ten minute pose. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 10 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/refe... Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
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Daily Life Drawing Session #16 (Free Timed Figure Model Reference) ((Ultra HD 4k))
 
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Visit http://www.newmastersacademy.org for tens of thousands of model reference images, 3D models, and hundreds of hours of the world's best art video instruction. At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions. These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library ( http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images ). These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: We have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from these timed sessions right alongside you. Click here to view the free sessions on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H0O-e7LadTqmR4kUPO3jqa Using these videos is simple! 1. Set up your computer, laptop, or tablet near your working area with the screen at a perpendicular angle to your eye. 2. Make sure you are working in a well lit area with your drawing surface perpendicular to your eye as well. 3. Play the video and try to work in real time (no pausing!). First you will see a series of one minute poses. This doesn't give you much time so you'll want to try to get a sense of the whole figure, whether you're drawing gesture lines or an interconnecting lay-in. Even for the one minute poses, don't rush! Just set realistic goals for yourself. Tip: When two images are shown side-by-side choose whichever image you like. If you repeat the same video session again (and we recommend you do) you can do the drawing over again or choose the other side. 4. After five one-minute poses, you'll get the chance to do five two-minute poses. Here you are going to work the same way that you did with the one minute poses but you'll also be able to start defining the forms (starting with major forms) and how they connect with each other. 5. The last poses are two 5-minutes and then a single ten minute pose. We have chosen particularly difficult poses here so take your time to work them out. You can view more at http://www.newmastersacademy.org Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do these DLDS (Daily Life Drawing Session) video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. Questions: What if I want to draw for more than 5 minutes? Click here for the static images: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images Where can I get more reference images? Subscribe at New Masters Academy for thousands of model images, real-time 3D scans and hundreds of hours of art instruction. http://www.newmastersacademy.org Start learning at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org What if I have suggestions/feedback? Post them here in the comments area. We welcome any opportunity to improve!
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Joshua Loves to Draw // EP. 5 // Recorded 02/02/18
 
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This video features live short-pose figure drawings from the model recorded January 26th, 2018 by New Masters Academy founder, Joshua Jacobo. We have made this video available for free (without Voice Over) to help inspire students with a variety of approaches to blocking in the figure. Materials: Conté Sketching Pencil on Canson Marker Paper Music: Brandts Buys, Jan: Violin Sonata, Op.26
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Timed Model Drawing Session 5 // Instructor: Steve Huston
 
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How to sketch people with Steve Huston after DLDS #5 | Start learning now at: http://www.newmastersacademy.org Introducing a new way to study figure drawing... At New Masters Academy we're always looking for new ways to help teach the fundamentals of art. Recently we have begun releasing (via YouTube) a series of timed reference videos that we call the Daily Life Drawing Sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7EWYwaF6E-H65W-hXeKvvO_xNA_kIs5w . These sessions allow artists to practice drawing 1, 2, 5, and now 10 minute figure drawing poses that we have selected from the vast Image Reference Library: http://www.newmastersacademy.org/reference-images/ These sessions have been met with with overwhelming enthusiasm which sparked a new idea: Now we have begun recording real-time video lessons where your New Masters Academy instructors draw from the timed sessions right alongside you. Here's how we recommend you use this resource: First do the DLDS video yourself one or multiple times trying to stay true to the timer and improving on your initial drawings and understandings of the poses each time. Next watch your favorite instructors do the same drawings from the same videos as you, comparing what similarities and differences there are between not only you and your favorite instructor, but also among the different instructors. This is an approach that has never been implemented in art education and so far the feedback has extremely positive. We currently have the first 5 sessions recorded by both Steve Huston and Glenn Vilppu and we will be adding more instructors and more sessions on a regular basis. For all sessions including over 500 hours of video lessons visit: http://www.newmastersacademy.org
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How to Draw / sketch with Vine willow Charcoal - Figure pose back view with Chris Legaspi
 
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In this free sample video from the Rendering Techniques course in the https://NMA.art video subscription library, New Masters Academy instructor Chris Legaspi will demonstrate some tips on how to use vine charcoal to draw the figure. You will learn about grouping values, how to handle the material as well as some basic drawing techniques in this free video on willow charcoal! For the entire course visit https://NMA.art now!
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TRAILER | Sculpting a Female Portrait in Clay | Part 6 with Johanna Schwaiger
 
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Click here to watch this lesson and hundreds of other fine art demonstrations, lectures, and resources at NMA.art! https://goo.gl/rBjqHg In the final installment of Johanna Schwaiger’s first series at New Masters Academy, she makes decisions about the composition of the portrait. She sculpts a distinct set of plane changes at the sternum to distinguish the anatomy from the classical bust structure. The neck muscles and trapezius is sculpted, the eyes finished, and the brows laid above the eyes. Be on the lookout for more sculpting instruction from Johanna Schwaiger in the future! World-renowned sculptor Johanna Schwaiger joins New Masters Academy, bringing with her over 20 years experience of teaching and producing figurative and portrait sculpture. Her storied career includes years of sculptural and art history studies in Florence and Paris, private and public commissions in bronze and stone, and instructive and exhibitive experience in New York and Austria. Among other accolades, Johanna was selected as one of forty sculptors to create the largest Mahatma Gandhi Memorial in Mumbai, India. Her devotion to the realistic representation of the natural human form is further amplified by her adoption of modern computer-assisted workflows.
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