THANK YOU NATHAN! So clear and well explained, again, thank you!
Wonderful video! Thank you for making and posting this.John
Amazing. Thank you!
Thank you, of course it is really nice, clear and usefull vid, and of course we want more like that.
I actually took quite a bit from that short video. I've been wanting to tone down some of the super intense comic styles I've always taut myself from and get more into exactly what your referring to about necessary and unnecessary details. Misinterpreting the shape, like how your used the example of the brow and cheek bone. Im totally guilty of that, lol Cheek Bones on steroids. So interesting that all someone needs to do it point it out and suddenly your wonder if you were really seeing anything properly. The drawing is easy.Thanks Nathan, I hope to see more.
what a wonderful (refreshing) step by step. I especially appreciated that you included the background on your subject. So many people over look the model being a person and more of a prop. Great step by step with clear concise information. I'm going to have to listen to it multiple times. Thanks for posting.
wow, this is so amazing. First time visiting your blog.
Great explanation of how to draw an amazing portrait. Thank you for letting me learn!
form at its finest
Really nice to hear your thought process throughout a drawing like this. Thanks for sharing!
Now I know I'm a beginner.I've never seen that straight line:) Thank you Nathan for sharing this lesson!
Very interesting and helpful Nathan, Thanks!
Thank you for posting the video, Nathan!
wonderful video Nathan, thanks so much for sharing!
Thanks so much for taking the time to do the demo Nathan. The clear simple statements of your teaching have had the greatest impacts on me as an artist.You are an inspiration.
I feel like I just sat at the feet of Michelangelo or Rembrandt. Incredible lesson, please post more! 3 cheers for Nathan!
Thank you so much. I really enjoyed the video. It was informative and an inspiration.
Thank you so much for this very clear explanation of your approach! It's very helpful
Nice! Thanks for sharing this!
This was very inspiring, makes me want to practice my charcoal much, much more. Cant's wait for more of your beautiful works. Thank you, Nathan.
This is so awesome. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, this is so helpful. Please post more. What type of pencil were you drawing with?
Nathan, Thanks for the explanation on this drawing. Sure would like to get down and take a class again.Don
wish to join your classes someday! Thank you for sharing thisSergihttp://cardoportfolio.blogspot.com/
Awesome thanks so much. I really like the youtube movie. You should really do more. Maybe even a time-lapse of yourself working! That would be SWEET!
Hi, this is brilliant, do you think you might be able to do a video like this talking about your thinking process for watercolour and gouache?
Thank you so much for sharing your process. Your work is stunning!
Hi nathanI really love this piece!!my question is in regards to the last step on the addition of the whites. Is it important to keep them areas unaffested by the charcoal and as nupastel is a hard pastel is it important to have a certain surface?I usully use the rubber to get to white of the paper but i like how strong your whites are..
I can't help to show my appreciation for this video, thank you so much nathan, for sharing your knowledge!
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I really appreciated the background story on Clark. He's the type of person I would loved to have talked to and hear stories from.
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