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The first of my "Drawing the Face" Byzantine Iconography tutorials is now available on Skillshare. The rest of the series will be added shortly. The tutorials now have subtitles so they are accessible to the deaf. They will also be available on Udemy in the near future.
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Now that we've completed the series of tutorials on drawing the face we're going to kick of the next series where we will be studying the half figure with first tutorial on drawing hands. The full tutorial will be released on 2 April. Sign up at the link below to learn Byzantine iconography or to support this project!
This is a preview of the upcoming tutorial on drawing the face of the Infant Christ. The full tutorial will be available on Patreon on 2 March 2018. Sign up as a Patron to support this project!
This is a preview of the upcoming tutorial on drawing the face in the upward facing 3/4 pose. The full 30 minute tutorial will be available on Patreon. Sign up as a Patron to support this project!
The fourth of the tutorials I am producing on Patreon is now available for Patrons. In this video we study how to draw the face in a reverential (downward facing) 3/4 pose. In the next tutorial we will be studying the upward facing 3/4 pose. Here is a preview of the tutorial. The full 30 minute tutorial is available for as little as $5 per month. It is your support that makes these tutorials possible! Sign up at the link below the video!
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This is a sample preview of my second Patreon Tutorial that will be posted at the end of the month. here you will see how to draw the face in the dynamic frontal pose on curved axes.
I have often been asked by people all over the world if I teach iconography workshops. To try and fulfill this need I started making iconography video tutorials on YouTube. These require a great deal of time, effort and expense and like all artists I still need to pay my rent and bills. That is where Patreon comes in. If you enjoy and benefit from these video tutorials you now have the opportunity to support this work and keep it going by coming a Patron. This will help cover the costs of materials and equipment and will allow me to make more videos. It will also allow me to do more creative work besides commissions.
Besides the video tutorials, my patrons will also have exclusive access to other projects including my New Ecclesiastical Year's resolution to , God willing, make a daily sketch of one of the Saints of the day.
Any support is greatly appreciated and will benefit not only myself, but those who want to learn iconography. Thank you.