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.
We would begin by finding out where you are as an artist, And what you want the lessons for.
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 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 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.
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 would like to form a clear goal/goals that will be accomplished by the end of the class. I believe in providing an open environment for students where they feel comfortable sharing their ideas and concerns in front of the class and myself. I would like to get to know my students skills, strengths, and weaknesses and work from there.
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 teach by example using a hands-on approach. My method is very direct and allows for the student to learn with actual practice. I give the students the tools to succeed and then give them freedom to create artwork that they want to create.
I believe strongly that often our drawings do not turn out the way we want because we are drawing based on our mental perception of what something SHOULD look like, but not what it actually looks like.
I enjoy teaching children and young teens/adults the basic and high level skills of different art forms in a free flowing atmosphere. I enjoy letting people create and learn at there own pace, with the help from a teacher or other students.
My teaching method is really personalised because i want to understand very well all of the art tecnics and individual process about my students, so but i have 6 moduls that i used for the base to teach the basic about creative process.
I will base my classes on having fun using expression and learning something. First, we would start off basic to see what level you are at and work from there. I think that it is important to not get bored so it will always be an interesting time.
Since art also communicates stories and thoughts in a nonverbal form, she focuses on the opportunity for kids to display their thoughts, in turn build new neurological pathways for problem solving, express their feelings openly and enjoy the process of creation.
I am usually a hands-on person and a one to one person. I will help you with want you need at the speed you need. I encourage people to contact me as much as possible and ask as many questions possible.
I think the most important thing as a teacher is being abled to adapt to my students and understand that we are all different, have different talents, and are abled to learn at out own individual pace. I am very discipline and expect students to be discipline enough for their age, but I also want them to have fun and enjoy their lessons.
I like to start out my lessons with black and white drawings/paintings. I teach individuals what you can do with only two colors. After that, I add a color a time. I also allow students to choose what they would like to learn, any topics they're struggling with, etc.
I strongly believe each artist had different perspective for his/her art and various inspirations to pursue art. My teaching involves first understand YOU as an artist and guiding developing your skills towards reaching/landing your dream career. You will learn whole production process from rough sketches to finish portfolio piece.
My teaching method would depend on the student and see where there starting from, talk about what they wish to improve on. I would demonstrate, have them follow and then give advice on how to improve.
I can give lessons to anyone of any age. The basics for art can be easily understood by anyone and even younger children can be taught easily. I begin with evaluations to see what the students already know and can do. Then from there I ask what they want and where they want to get to. We work on those things and I'll even critique their work like universities do.
Introduction to relevant background knowledge, history, and artists. Projects broken down into research, thumbnail sketches, and other preliminary task or technique preparation. That knowledge, plus the student's personal influence, is then applied to the project.
My teaching method is knowledge based positivity unlike any before.
My teaching method is that I instruct you how to draw digitally. I start with the basics. For example: procreate. I will start by teaching you the basics of using the app for digital art. (The app itself seems complicated but gets easier as you learn and use it.) If you are more advanced, I can teach you techniques and whatever you will need to make your piece even better.
My teaching method is with lines. I use a line to create in illustration, still art, and more. I carefully pin point an situation by a perspective view. Designing is not to be rush, but if needs be on time. Being a 2017 graduate with 35 years exploring in the field of art. I grown to understand, one must have a love for art to rightfully explore it.
I base my classes on an individual level. I will work with you to figure out where you need help and then we can work together to get your art career off the ground. If you are just wanting to learn how to make your own art I can work with you and give you personal tutorials on theory, color, and materials to get you more comfortable with the craft.
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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! "Rusana is such a great drawing teacher that I have met before. Not only are her skills in the drawing but her other for other language skills like the English wonderful. When I look for a drawing teacher for my daughter, I needed to find someone...
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