ArtStation – Noahs Art Camp 12 Weeks Of Intensive Art Study

I’m Noah Bradley, that guy who told everyone “don’t go to art school.” I was tired and frustrated with how art education was run and wanted to find a better way. I wanted to help make art education accessible (and affordable) to the masses. So I started Art Camp.

Since then, hundreds of students have learned and grown together to become better artists through the same material offered here.

Included in your purchase:

12 weeks of 2 hour demos.
A handful of high-res files of the demos themselves
Weekly, tiered assignments. The course was originally designed to be taken week by week, but feel free to take it at your own pace.
12 Recorded critiques from Art Camp 1. 12 hours of additional bonus content.
NEW: English captions for all of Art Camp! I’m very pleased to be able to offer this for those who can learn more easily with the aid of captions.

Art Camp 1 curriculum

Week 1 – Studying from the masters. Learn how to steal their secrets and do focused master studies.

Week 2 – Sketching from imagination. Too many people lose sight of how to apply the knowledge they learn. That’s why we’re starting with imaginative painting so early. Education without application is useless.

Week 3 – Still life. One of the best ways to practice technique and learn to render objects. They have the advantage of never moving and giving you unlimited time to refine and study.

Week 4 – Self-portraits. Learning to paint a face requires painting a lot of faces. One of the easiest ways to do this is self-portraits, as you never have to worry about finding a willing model.

Week 5 – Plein air drawing & painting. Getting outside to work is a wonderful way to study both people as well as the natural world. Let’s get into the habit of leaving our studios.

Week 6 – Learning from photos. Photos are easily available but can cause extremely harmful habits if used incorrectly. I’ll show you how to learn from photo reference without harming your skills.

Week 7 – Materials & edges. There are many different types of materials in the world-things like cloth, silk, metal, rock, flesh, etc.-and all of them require slightly different treatments. We’ll learn how light affects them differently and how to use edges to convey texture.

Week 8 – Drawing & painting figures. The human form is one of the most beautiful and challenging subjects that we can paint. This week we’ll go over useful exercises, approaches, and resources for drawing & painting figures.

Week 9 – Concept art & ideation. We’ll go over the basics of developing original concepts in our work. Even if you want to pursue another field, the ability to come up with unique concepts and ideas is critical in art.

Week 10 – Thumbnails & composition. This week we will learn how to create striking, dynamic compositions as we begin to develop a finished portfolio piece to wrap up the course.

Week 11 – Color & light. Using the portfolio piece we are creating as a base, we will explore the world of color & light and learn how to use them to convey emotion.

Week 12 – Learning to finish. Many of us struggle with finishing work. We can start a piece, but have no idea how to finish our work. This week I’ll go over the techniques and approach I take in finishing my work. size: 5.3 GB


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