Saturday, April 14, 2007
Famous Artist's School
The early 90's were a dark period in art education. Most of the instructors were of a mindset that rejected formal training in favor of, "having an experience with materials."
When I expressed my frustration to an instructor, he dismissively said, "Well if that's all you want to know, you should enroll in the Famous Artist's Course. "
So I did. And that's where I learned to draw.
The books were written by the most successful commercial artists and illustrators of the 1940's and 50's - guys like Norman Rockwell and Robert Fawcett, and they didn't hold anything back. Every drop of information they knew about the craft of creating art went into the course.
If you're frustrated with the quality of the art instruction you're recieving,
I can't recommend this course highly enough:
FAMOUS ARTIST'S SCHOOL