To get started in the arts or in design, you'll need some fundamental drawing skills. Browse our learning materials to find programs that will start you at the basics of illustration and then help you move on to more advanced drawing techniques.
We have 11 resources for learning Drawing including educational Online Classes, Books, Websites, YouTube & Online Videos, and iPhone & iPad Apps, from providers such as American School, Barrington Barber, Drawspace, and Lynda.com.
High School - College | Book, Online class
Drawing Animals is a half–unit course which introduces students to the basic skills needed to render animals realistically in pencil. Attention is paid to proportion, texture, shading and...
High School | Book, Online class
Drawing Landscapes is a half–unit course which introduces students to the basic skills needed to render realistically in pencil outdoor scenes which do not include people or buildings. Attention is...
6th - College | Online resource
Drawspace.com offers diverse downloadable and printable drawing lessons featuring Brenda Hoddinott’s unique and highly acclaimed style of teaching. Brenda is the author of The Complete Idiot’s...
In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw an eye without a reference. Drawing an eye can be difficult for beginners, but it doesn't mean you can't do it! It may take a few tries to get right, so...
In this tutorial you will learn how to properly draw lips, obtaining depth and volume. (I hope that) after watching it you'll be able to draw realistic lips from scratch! Knowing how to do it is a...
College | Online class
Improve Your Drawing Skills Drawing is an essential skill for working in a creative role. This learning path demonstrates ways you can refine, enhance, and enrich what you illustrate. Explore...
Pre-K - 4th | Online/YouTube video
Mo Willems invites you into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next...
Kindergarten - 6th | iPhone/iPad App
Supercharge your drawing skills - Turn your iPad or iPhone into an amazing, interactive drawing tool. With Masterpiece, no matter what you draw, you’ll always get the proportions and perspective...
High School - College | Online class
In this class you are going to learn a step-by-step process how to sketch like an architect. It begins with the very basics of making straight lines and progresses to gradually more complex...
6th - College | Book
This bumper drawing guide brings together a range of subjects in one volume. Each section focuses on coming to grips with a particular subject, from portraits to landscapes. The authors clearly...
Kindergarten - 8th | Online video/YouTube
How to draw is the key factor to start this channel and only for kids. Yokidz is a channel dedicated towards the drawing tutorials for kids. Here in this channel you can see different kind of video...
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What's the best way to learn Drawing?
The best learning resource is the one that you will stick with. For some students, that means a resource that's fun and engaging like a mobile or PC game. For others it's a resource that lets them learn on their own time, like a mobile app or YouTube channel. For other students, it's a resource that emphasizes reinforcement, such as a workbook or set of printable worksheets. The best way to figure out what is right for you is to look at a wide range of resources, keeping your selection criteria in mind. Search our database of 11 resources for learning Drawing.
What should I consider when choosing a learning resource for Drawing?
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- Reinforcement learning - does the resource offer reinforcement? Think about whether you'll want exercises or printable worksheets to help you practice what you learned.
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