Watch over his shoulder as Aaron Blaise experiments drawing a leopard in charcoal. He does this on a piece of wood in real time.
In this brief, easy to follow course which totals just over 1 Hour, animator, director and wildlife artist Aaron Blaise (“Brother Bear”, “Beauty & The Beast”, “Mulan”, “The Lion King”) shows you his approach to one of his favorite mediums, Charcoal. At the same time he shares his thoughts as he explores using the medium in a new context for him. This is a great opportunity to “get inside” Aaron’s head and learn his thought process when tackling something unfamiliar.
Watch as Aaron experiments, explains his process and even makes mistakes… some of which turn out to be “happy accidents” and part of the artistic process. Don’t be afraid to experiment and go put some beauty out into the world!
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Aaron has an engaging, entertaining and approachable teaching style that people really love. We believe this one of the most in-depth and easy to understand courses you will find anywhere on how to use draw with charcoal. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned artist these fun and engaging videos will teach you something new!
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In this video watch as Aaron explores and breaks down his approach and process to drawing with charcoal. He also experiments with various media and material to go on a surprising process of discovery.
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NOTE: This course may be streamed online or download. We recommend you stream the files. The total download content of this course with Bonus Material is approx. 2.5 Gigs of data.
About Aaron Blaise:
Aaron has nearly 30 years of professional art experience. He was hired by Walt Disney Feature Animation in 1989 and spent 21+ years helping create films such as: "The Lion King", "Pocahontas", "Mulan" and more. During his time at Disney, Aaron designed and animated numerous animal and human characters. In 2003 he was nominated for an Academy Award for co-directing the film "Brother Bear" You can follow Aaron and see more of his art on Instagram. You can also see videos of his work on YouTube or follow him on Facebook.
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