€142,95Video Length: 6 Hours 26 Minutes
In Portrait Drawing Simplified, Oliver Sin freely shares what he has learned in his many years of study through school, college, the movie industry, and in his professional teaching career to help you advance your skill at an incredibly quick rate.
Oliver will show you how to overcome your struggles with portraits and he’ll demonstrate exactly how to avoid common mistakes. He’ll lead you to remember why you wanted to try portrait work in the first place by bringing you back to the fun of it all.
Among many achievements and awards, Oliver has had his beautiful, captivating portraits featured on the cover of Time Magazine,twice! He also worked for George Lucas as a concept artist before moving on to an incredibly successful teaching career that spanned 20 years.
If you’ve ever had any desire at all to create breathtaking portraits, don’t pass up this rare opportunity to learn from Oliver Sin.
If you’ve tried portraits and you’re unhappy with the results, you’ll find Oliver to be a great encouragement. He openly admits his own failures and what he’s done to rectify them. This alone will slice years off of your own learning and practice curve.
Trust us when we say that Oliver Sin has many things to teach you and you don’t want to pass up an opportunity to learn from him. You’re sure to see amazing results when you incorporate Oliver’s techniques into your own portrait drawings.
Demonstration 1: Head in Profile
Demonstration 2: Head in ¾-View
From the artist:
“As a passionate art educator, I’d like to dedicate this video to the many students whom I have taught, but also have learned from. I have tried to teach students what I know, but students have opened my eyes to what I wouldn’t have otherwise seen.
The instructional video presented by Oliver Sin enabled me to truly recognise the artist's extensive background, and I am genuinely appreciative for the valuable learning experience.
Oliver's tutorial consists of two artistic styles that, in my opinion, provided a perfect blend of instruction and practicality. This helped me to explore different options(as I did not have all the equipment needed) , relatively easy to practice, and allowed me to continue without encountering any obstacles except for my own impatience.
In addition, there are shortcut options, potentially controversial, that can help you build muscle memory, develop artistic skills at a faster pace, and venture into various creative avenues without being confined to a particular style.
Overall, an amazingly brilliant tutorial that my brain could understand and work through with amazing results on my first go. Highly recommend.
Very Good, If you want to learn to draw and use charcoal as a vehicle to better painting then this is for you, this is a very well thought out and clearly deliv...
I love this video and have watched it over several times! I learn something new each time and just love the gems of information Oliver has to share. He's trul...
Learn how draw portraits from Oliver Sin is having the opportunity to develop my drawing with more confidence and capture the expression of the model more artistically which is what I looking for Learn tips and rules that we often overlook or simply do not develop accurately for achieve a good or excellent portrait.
Unique creations, natural and professional,, ..!