Sales Letter – Figure – My Drawing Tutorials – Art Made Simple!
In this short letter, I’m going to reveal to you the hidden reason why you (and so many other artists) struggles with figure drawing and, more importantly, what you can do about it.
My name is Ethan and I’m the founder of MyDrawingTutorials.com, the go-to website for artists who wants to learn how to draw and paint.
And if you are a beginner or intermediate artist whose currently struggling with figure drawing… I want you to know… YOU SHOULDN’T FEEL BAD.
I get emails from subscribers everyday asking me to help them with their figure drawing and it occurred to me that this is a HUGE sticking point for many people.
So I decided to set out and find out WHY so many artist are having problem with mastering figure drawing and WHAT we can do about it.
I interviewed dozens of figure drawing experts… from art teachers to professional artists… and asked them…
They all had their own take on the question, but there seemed to be a recurring patten among all their answers.
They all seemed to agree that the biggest mistake that artists make when learning how to draw the human figure is to skip over the fundamental skills.
In other words, they never learned a handful to critical skills that are absolutely essential to being successful.
In fact, the experts believed that this one mistake is the very reason why so many beginners are struggling with figure drawing.
Well, we’ll get to that in a minute. But before we do, I want to tell you the story of my co-instructor Michael and his journey in learning figure drawing.
This will help drive the point home and give you a big insight into what YOU need to do to be successful.
See, Michael is a very successful professional artist and teacher now. But when he was first starting out, he was just a regular person like you and me.
He knew that figure drawing is an essential skill to have and to become a great artist, he would have to master it.
So eager to get started, he decided to skip over learning the fundamentals and just start drawing on his own.
He would find reference photos from magazines and comic books and start try to copy them as best he can.
His drawings was very crude at first and he would run into difficulties, but he would simply push through them with more practice.
It took him a long time, but eventually he started to see improvements in his drawings. Soon, his drawings were starting to look pretty good.
Until finally, he had to admit the truth… that by skipping over the fundamental skills (the ones that he THOUGHT was unimportant), Michael had hurt himself in the long run.
It… Read more…