February 26, 2017

How to Ink

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A few years back, I had the opportunity to do a workshop in collaboration with Lean Into Art on how to ink. I didn’t talk much about what brush to use, or which paper works best. The focus of the tutorial is how to use lines to make your art look awesome.

The title of the workshop is Foundations of Dynamic Line-work, and now it’s free when you sign up for the How To Draw Newsletter.

When you sign up, you’ll get free tutorials and updates on the best strategies to get better at drawing. Plus you’ll have a chance to consult with me about your personal artistic challenges.

So sign up today and let me know how I can help you get better at drawing!

Comments

  1. bronwynlundberg says:

    Hi Brandon! I am interested in checking out your “How to Ink” tutorial. I signed up for your newsletter, but am still unable to gain access. Help a girl out? Cheers!

  2. WolfFire says:

    Cool! I love your website, it is really helpful for an avid drawer like me!

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