Beginning Drawing 3-DVD Set

Beginning Drawing 3-DVD Set

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This instructional drawing course is great for kids or families looking for a gentle introduction to how to draw. Artist Barry Stebbing, author of the How Great Thou Art programs, guides viewers through 6 lessons, drawing right along with the viewer. The lessons vary between 45 minutes to over an hour in length. Lessons are: Fundamentals I, Fundamentals II, Perspective, Portraits & Anatomy, Animals, and Treasures Around the Home. The first lesson starts out with the very basics; viewers will draw basic shapes, learn simple shading techniques and draw objects such as a fruit bowl. The first four lessons are perfect for younger children or very beginning artists, as the drawing projects all consist of simple objects, scenes and cartoons (like Wally the Worm). Interspersed into each lesson and example are basic drawing concepts, including shading, portraying three-dimensional objects, perspective, layering colors and more. The last two lessons get into more lifelike and still-life drawing, including realistic "portraits" of farm animals and a grouped still life with an apple, decanter, vase and flower.

These lessons have also been aired on the Homeschool Channel, and How Great Thou Art offers homework PDF files available for free download on their site. Homework pages are grouped by age; 6-9, 10-13 and 14 to adult. Unlike How Great Thou Art's other DVDs, this one is a stand-alone drawing course. It would make a great drawing course for the whole family especially if you have not completed one of their other drawing courses. I think the content of much of the course is more appropriate for young artists just starting out, and while more drawing practice won't hurt anyone, the examples in the first few lessons are quite simple, and Mr. Stebbing appears to be addressing younger children at times. Materials needed for the course include a sketch pad and a 120-color colored pencil set. Approx. 223 min. - Jess

Primary Subject
Art/Crafts
Grade Start
1
Grade End
AD
Format
Other
Brand Name
How Great Thou Art
Weight
0.35 (lbs.)
Dimensions
7.5" x 5.5" x 0.5"
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Couple of my kids are interested in learning to draw and this sounds like something we might be able to handle and squeeze into our schedule. *fingers crossed*
Elsa on Jul 14, 2021
We enjoyed his Painting DVD set and so thought that we would try this. My children range in age from 6-12 and all enjoy sitting down and trying this together.
Kathleen B on Oct 25, 2018
Couple of my kids are interested in learning to draw and this sounds like something we might be able to handle and squeeze into our schedule. *fingers crossed*
Elsa on Jul 14, 2021
Grandchild getting into drawing. However I may borrow this after she is done with it.
Linda W on Dec 3, 2018
We enjoyed his Painting DVD set and so thought that we would try this. My children range in age from 6-12 and all enjoy sitting down and trying this together.
Kathleen B on Oct 25, 2018
For my artsy kid to watch independently
Alexandra on Jun 3, 2018
Grandchild getting into drawing. However I may borrow this after she is done with it.
Linda W on Dec 3, 2018
For my artsy kid to watch independently
Alexandra on Jun 3, 2018
Does this include instructions for drawing pencils? Or just colored pencils? And are there good spots to break it up for younger kids?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This includes instruction for drawing and colored pencils. The lessons are approximately 50 minutes each and could be divided up for younger children.
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Beginning Drawing
Beginning Drawing is a fabulous art dvd! My children love this. It's not plain or slow. Not too long into the video your child will have a great picture. I would recommend the age of 6/7 up. The smaller children will enjoy trying it out with the older ones though.
January 9, 2018


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