My plan is to have no plan! While there are tips and tricks that apply to everyone, I want to personalize our time together and figure out how to best help you achieve your illustration goals.
I teach learners of all ages from K - Adult. My strongest area is reading/ writing and I have 20 years experience. I have a master's in reading instruction and am a certified reading specialist. I also have a degree in special education, concentrating on students with autism and ADHD. I have over 25 years experience in these areas.
My lessons can stem from elementary level all the way to a 4-year degree level. My tools of trade involve Adobe Photoshop, and occasionally other programs. Traditionally, I'll use whatever medium is required. Technique and form is what I focus on while helping inspire others to explore their creative potential and discover just how unlimited their imagination is.
My teaching method is completely student-oriented I can teach a broad overview of many different media depending on the student's interest, or just focus on a specific subject that the student would like to learn more about. Because art is a subject that everyone can learn and there is no right or wrong I leave it up to the students so they can get the most out of my lessons.
Hello! My classes are for beginners that want to start somewhere with their artistic journey and would like to improve upon their illustration skills. I am able provide live videos via Skype or Google hangouts, one-on-one or with a group. My methods involve sharing techniques and thought processes, rather than simply having students simply follow along or trace.
I use both verbal and visual teaching methods. I am very flexible with teaching styles and am willing to cater to different individual's preferred learning methods. I teach undergraduate students as well as students still in grade school. I am here to help you learn not memorize. I take the necessary time to show how to execute valuable techniques and show proper implementations.
I give drawing lessons to beginner artists! I teach the basics of shapes and shading while also providing information about anatomy to create a more realistic rendering. I like to being with drawing from life because it allows the student to worry less about coming up with a fantastic drawing idea and allows them to learn and really understand the physicality of the subject.
Graduated high school with honor cords as Vice President of National Honor Society, currently attending college. Characteristics consist of being open minded, free spirited, curious, entertaining, and chatty. Depending on students’ self-discipline, overall lesson structure may be lose or strict.
We would begin by finding out where you are as an artist, And what you want the lessons for.
My teaching philosophy is that every student learns differently and has different needs. I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method. I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on their needs and the subject matter being taught.
My methodology is first establishing what the student wants to learn. I think it's important to also first put art in its context of culture and society by discussing "what is art?" This helps the student first understand if there is anything beyond a technical skill that he/she wants to achieve.
I would approach my classes based on which subject in art it is that I am teaching since each medium has a different set of basic skills to build upon. For any of them I would start with a simple mark making and from there dive into the basic elements of that medium so that people of all skill levels would have room to grow when teaching simple or more difficult tasks.
I base my classes on what I have learned and what I have taught myself throughout the years.
I'm a laid back instructor who loves to help beginning artists build confidence in art step by step. We would start out with a basic foundation of drawing basic shapes, shading and skeletal line drawing for the human figure. With painting we would first by learning to mixing colors, then coloring basic shapes with various brush techniques.
In the past when I have been asked to show somebody how to execute a certain technique, I always go ahead and demonstrate visually, and explain my process or way of thinking as I am doing this.
I enjoy teaching students, focusing on creativity first and technique second. While technique is an important part in my lessons my focus is to not let it snuff out my students ability to creatively problem solve. Creative problem solving is the core to the art field and will take the student further no matter their skill level.
I have one year experience in teaching kids on watercolor, mixed media, comics, and basic drawing & painting. I try to come up with fun and weekly projects and activities that students will learn and enjoy. I am interested in teaching teen~adult for especially watercolor, comics and zines.
I believe in the personal unique artistic voice of each student developed through technical mastery and work. Although each student has a different skill set and level, each student can harness their creativity through their own personal experience.
I am a part-time college instructor and also a personal tutor, teaching the subjects listed above for many years. In college I have regular different levels classes, from studio to web design, with specific curriculum. As a personal tutor, I adapt my methods specifically to an individual, his/her age, abilities, interests, etc.
I adored art in school, taking three classes my senior year participating in two advanced art classes and one Student-Teacher class! Art has always been a hobby for me and it comes naturally.
My teaching approach is very visual and adaptable. Just as every work of art is unique, so is the way we learn as individuals. There's value in repetitive teaching of fundamentals. Great artists always remind you: "Draw what you see.
I approach with a very fluid and focused eye, but with a loose spirit..and all the smiles. I acknowledge how I study every line and figure, and appreciate that I have my creativity. I believe in taking artwork slow and steady. Patience is key in truly cherishing your devoted work.
My art style is relaxed and aim toward someone who would like to have fun, learn about art/create a school project. Beginner would benefit most, as would those seeking a new hobby.
As mentioned, I am an animation major and I am in turn an animated person. I take a hands on approach in my teaching, if I have to I will make funny poses or act things out to describe how to do something. I would love to teach anyone from a novice to intermediate level artists who are eager to learn more and passionate about creativity as much as me.
my lessons are very stylish in the old age and new age I've one simple rule YOU CANNOT RUSH ART for one to learn one must teach like a blossom it must sprout before it grows lessons are very life learning and need of at the most focus
I will teach you the fundamentals of Drawing such as figure drawing and Anatomy. In addition to that you can learn how to do caricatures and cartoons.
I base my classes on what each individual student is looking to gain from the class. Whether that be learning a new style or just learning basics of art and design! I can provide different mediums of teaching as well (pen and paper, colored pencil, marker, computer programs like Adobe Creative Suite).
My teaching method is to go step by step with each student. I would like to gage what each student's personal needs are and adhere to those. I believe the best ways of teaching are by showing as well as thorough explanation.
My style of teaching is very visual. I like to show a lot of examples of whichever technique I am discussing, preferably with an in-class demonstration. In order to ensure an understanding of the material, I try to foster back and forth communication during lessons. I love teaching art to others, and so as a tutor I'm generally approachable and enthusiastic.
My teaching method is student centered. With careful assessment a student's strengths, weaknesses and needs, I construct a plan to aide student reach their full potential. My lessons are based upon adherence to requirements and standards as well as student's desires.
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Perfect! Julianna is a gift to anyone who wants to learn how to draw. She’s a wonderful teacher for people of any ages. She is on time, completely reliable. She offers feedback in an encouraging way. She makes you feel comfortable right away. In addition,...
Perfect! Nazia is a very knowledgeable teacher, and is clearly very passionate about art and teaching art. She is extremely accommodating and always eager to help. She makes sure that I am learning and understanding the fundamentals of drawing and art. I am...
Perfect! My son has been drawing comics and cartoons with Rafael for almost a year now and he made a huge progress! What I like about the lessons is that Rafael is systematic and patient. He is a real tutor, not just an artist who is trying to teach. Rafael...
Perfect! Rafael was a great teacher. Each week he prepped the next step in a drawing fundamentals overview and walked through it with plenty of patience and good humor. In addition, his feedback on my works-in-progress was invaluable, and he took the time...
Perfect! Scarlette is a amazing teacher. She puts a lot of time in preparing the lessons and is very flexible and accommodating to what the student needs. If I had to pick her best trait, I would say its just how much she encouraged and positively motivated...
Perfect! Leticia es una maestra muy responsable en sus clases, profesional muy preparada, paciente, simpatica, yo recibi clases de premier y la verdad explico muy bien, aclaro mis dudas , fue muy clara y sencilla en explicar las clases, yo recomiendo a...
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