Learning to Draw Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Creating a Masterpiece.

Do you have a budding Picasso or Rembrandt in your house? Are you looking for a fun way for the whole family to be creative together? You may want to look into the Drawing Program from Creating a Masterpiece. With this engaging program, aspiring artists can begin creating beautiful artwork in as little as the first lesson.

What will students learn?

Sharon Hofer is a master artist who guides students through 30 different drawing projects over the course of 48 lessons. Students will learn how to use colored pencils, charcoal, pencils and other tools to create wonderful masterpieces. Because she strives to make her videos and lessons easy enough for a 5-6 year old to follow along with, the whole family can work through the lessons if you choose. The lessons are self-paced, which means you can take all the time you need to complete each project.

What is included in the Drawing Program from Creating a Masterpiece?

Each lesson contains a list of materials and a video. Students learn drawing concepts such as shading, two and three point perspective, and how to incorporate value. Throughout each lesson, Sharon does a great job of helping students become increasingly more confident in their drawing skills.  During this course, students will get the opportunity to create beautiful sceneries and draw animals such as an elephant or an owl. From the very first lesson, rising artists create masterpieces they can be proud to show to their friends and family. 

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A big thank-you to Christine Howard from Life’s Special Necessities for writing this introductory article.

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