Figure Drawing Fundamentals with Stan Prokopenko
$94.95Artist: Stan Prokopenko
Producer: Stan Prokopenko
Runtime: 15 hours, 30 mins
If you can only buy one course on drawing the human body I would challenge you to find a better one. This 15.5 hour DVD course teaches you more than you might get from weeks of live workshops.
This course is approachable enough for beginners and detailed enough for advanced artists. Stan Prokopenko teaches timeless concepts in an approachable entertaining way. He believes that when you are having fun, you learn better.
This premium video course includes many examples of each lesson and critique chapters. DVDs are uncensored.
Total Runtime: 15 hours 30 minute
What people are saying…
"This course of yours means more to me than I can say. It's THE solution to every challenge I've faced with learning to draw. Every frustration I've experienced with local in-person courses I've taken is resolved with your format. Every question answered, every confusion clarified. You've done a MAGNIFICENT job. All that, and you've made it FUN! So thank you thank you thank you!"
"Thank you so much for your amazing videos. Gosh, you are an amazing teacher. You pack so much information in such a bite-sized video, that too in such an entertaining way, it's fantastic. Clearly TONS of effort have gone into making the videos. "
March 18, 2016 - "So pleased to see CCP is now offering DVDs by Artist Proko. I own one of his DVDs which I had purchased from him directly. He is an amazing and talented artist with awesome teaching style. So articulate and entertaining. Proko has an animated skeleton tool which is beyond creative. The humor and entertainment style of teaching is beyond fabulous! I'm not surprised CCP is selling Proko DVDs. CCP brings the best to artists.
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About Stan Prokopenko
"I was born in Odessa, Ukraine and came to America at the age of six. At the age of 13, I pronounced myself as a lifelong student of art. Since then I have devoted my life to the arts.
During high school, I got an internship at Sony Online Entertainment to animate for the upcoming video game, Everquest II. I wrote an article on animation for Imagine Magazine at Johns Hopkins University and created a five minute animated short film, "A Game of Pool", which featured on all American Airlines flights in September through December of 2004.
In 2003, I began studying at the Watts Atelier of the Arts in Encinitas, California, where I got most of my arts training. After attending the Watts Atelier for many years, my focus shifted from animation to fine art painting. In 2007 I became a teacher at the Watts Atelier of the Arts and have taught drawing and painting classes on numerous topics such as portrait, figure, quick sketch, and plein air."
"When you watch my DVD lessons you'll notice that I try to make them entertaining while keeping them educational. I feel that if you're having fun and enjoying the learning process, you learn better. You retain more information, you pay more attention, you're much more likely to continue learning and more likely to go back and re-watch tutorials. And it will leave you more inspired and motivated to go practice."