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How to draw cars now! DVD tutorial by Driven Mavens

Dear friends,
Driven Mavens just told me about its new hot tutorial DVD project order NOW your DVD!

Hey there! Thanks for stopping by to check out my educational product,“How to Draw Cars Now! Analog vs Digital Drawing Techniques 2 Disc Special Edition
The 2 Disc Special Edition DVD set is an introductory course designed to help train you to acquire the fundamental drawing skills taught in some of the most prominent design schools in the country!
It is geared toward two main groups: Hungry design students and aspiring drawing hobbyists serious about accelerating their passion to learn fundamental drawing techniques that can take their own skills to a new level.
What are you going to get?
Disc 1 Contents
Analog Drawing Techniques –It all starts from the basics! I’ll take you through the process that involves the following:
a. Basic Sketching exercises – training your arms and hands to acquire consistency in your line work
b. Applying Sketching techniques –learn cross hatching techniques and how to apply them to a sketch
c. Thumbnail sketching – A process used for exploring ideas and subject matter
d. Basics in Reflections – I’ll break down reflections in simple terms and how to apply it to the main rendering.
e. Proportion – You’ll learn the fundamental guidelines for creating realistic looking cars that are well proportioned and balanced
f. Marker Rendering – You’ll learn how to create a fully detailed marker rendering that incorporates all the principles from the lessons above!

Keep reading and order your CD click: How to Draw Cars Now CD Tutorial!

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    December 22, 2011 at 11:29 am

    it was really nice photography! lots of thanks for sharing:)

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