Marshall Vandruff 3-Day Animal Anatomy Workshop
Marshall Vandruff 3-Day Animal Anatomy Workshop 8/13-8/15/2010
Fri-Sun, Aug. 13-15, 2010, 10am-5pm
This crash-course will teach you the classic approach to draftsmanship and animal anatomy. If you've ever wondered how drawing masters can depict a horse leaping or a bear dancing without copying photographs, these three days of intense instruction will take you through the process step-by-step. You will learn how to confidently draw animals from imagination as well as to interpret what you see when drawing from real animals. Those mysterious bumps on a lion's limbs will make sense when you know the underlying structure. Marshall will compare various types of four-legged animals with humans, always with an emphasis on how to master “form in space” so they look realistic, alive, and authoritative.
Quotes from Former Students:
“You are one of the most engaging, informed instructors I've ever experienced. I learned volumes from the Animal Anatomy course. With joy and fond appreciation....”
—Ed Eyth, Former Senior Character Designer, Henson Studios
"I had the benefit of discovering Marshall Vandruff's teaching materials many years ago when I first set out to learn how to draw animals and fantasy creatures. Marshall was the first artist to really get me to think about drawing in three dimensions and I still refer to his work to this day! Marshall's teaching style is so wonderfully accessible in its direct and clear approach to drawing realistic animals by thinking around the forms and seeing them as dimensional objects on the page. He manages to break down complex ideas and shapes into easy to understand and easy to reproduce forms that have stuck with me for years and continue to guide my hand to this day."
- Scott Spencer, Character Designer, The Weta Workshop
Call today to enroll - 818-708-9232