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DIGITAL DRAWING
The most complete art course in Photoshop and Procreate for beginners
It's dangerous to go alone

Digital Drawing Online is a solid bridge over the abyss of incomprehensible tutorials, typical mistakes, unanswered questions, and other monsters frightening novice artists.
You will make a confident step from dreams to real skills, with a reliable mentor in Bryant Koshu.
Bryant Koshu is a concept artist with 10 years of experience in the industry. He created toy concepts for Mattel, Hasbro, and Spinmaster as part of Yellow Tracksuit Entertainment; drew character concepts for Dragon Collection, and surroundings for AAA and VR titles.

Bryant is now finalizing The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners project. He has created a number of character concepts and final game assets.
MEET YOUR MENTOR
Check out the teacher's video to find out who will be your guide to the digital drawing world.
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Lesson 5
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
👉 Introduction

▫ Work with home tasks, the main aspects of training

▫ Lines as the main tool of an artist

▫ Analysis of additional tools of the program interface

▫ First objects, the plane, and volume

▫ Primitive-based drawing, basic shape usage

▫ Auxiliary volume drawing and kinematic schemes

▫ Basic drawing principles (from general to more particular)

👉 Lines

▪ Work with dynamic lines and strokes

▪ Line change depending on lighting, the depiction of light and shadow

▪ Physically correct parameters when drawing objects: connection to plane, the mass of objects

▪ Depiction of contrast by line, glare, refraction angles, reflections, and bends

▪ Depiction of object texture, drawing patterns, and repeating objects

▪ Line depth, the use of lines to determine objects' distance from the viewer

👉 Shapes

▪ The concept of an object’s shape and volume

▪ The study of object sections, simple and complex shapes

▪ Volume display using the studied line properties

▪ Determination of normals on an object's surface, the concept of the basic plane

▪ An object's sections according to given normals

▪ Cutting and combining parts of various objects, slices, secant planes, and incremental volumes

▪ The principles of displaying guides and dynamic lines on the surface of an object

👉 Light and shadow

▪ The structure of light and shadow in objects. The main features and patterns in work with chiaroscuro.

▪ Ambient light, directional light

▪ Construction of simple and complex shadows using the beam method

▪ Building a quality shadow from a complex object, learning to draw fake shadows

▪ The concept of general lighting for all objects in a figure

👉 Color theory

▪ Color and light in the work of a digital artist, physical and digital parameters

▪ Itten's color circle, blending, and color separation

▪ Basic methods of working with color

▪ Using contrasts of brightness, color, saturation

▪ Warm and cool color tones, and how to use them

▪ Recommendations for working with color and their range

▪ Color schemes and harmonies

👉 Perspective

▪ One-point perspective

▪ "Point-to-point perspective", architecture and design

▪ "Three-point perspective" as a tool for non-standard and complex angles

▪ "Aerial perspective", levels and location plans of objects

▪ Working with lines and color in perspective

▪ "Open space perspective": landscapes, architecture

▪ "The enclosed space perspective": design, interiors

▪ "Frontal perspective" and scale

▪ Working with light and shadow in perspective

▪ Construction of complex objects in perspective

▪ Setting the view (camera) in perspective

👉 Basics of composition

▪ The concept of composition, proportions, and ratio

▪ Formal composition

▪ The "golden ratio" rule, "rule of thirds"

▪ Transfer of feelings and emotions through composition

▪ The basic set of compositional solutions for the artist’s works

👉 Further picture development

▪ The sequence of work with a picture, methods, and options

▪ Life hacks for the proper organization of work

▪ Practical examples of certain techniques

▪ Working with views, angles, camera

▪ Angle, mood and composition — creating a story in a picture

▪ Creating fast sketches, quick solutions — 80% of the results in 20% of the time

Updated course program 2021
For 5 years, we have been continually improving the program, taking into account the latest software updates and industry trends so that with the knowledge and skills gained, you could grow in any CG sphere.
A shaky line is not a sentence. In 5 years, we have developed an effective homework system that trains any hands.

All you have to do is take the time and effort to practice.
Smooth lines — a skill, not an inborn ability
You will learn to choose the right references, analyze them, and use them as a basis for your drawing, adding your own details.

You'll be able to create unique pieces, even if you doubt your creative potential.
References are not for the meek
You will learn to work with color, light, and shadow and figure out the principles of color mixing and matching.

The concepts of color warmth, coolness, light and shade will be a piece of cake for you after Bryant explains everything.
Black&White is not a cure-all
You'll discover all the buttons and functions, and learn how to work with layers, brushes, and supporting tools.

All you have to do is select the software and install it.
Photoshop and Procreate are allies, not enemies
You'll find out what perspective is and why it should always be considered. You'll understand how to create perspective and learn how to work with distance plans.

The program is designed from simple to complex. You won't even notice how confident you become while creating artwork after artwork.
Perspective — an opportunity, not a dead-end
You'll get out of the tutorial mess and go through the whole program from simple to complex concepts, to take your first confident steps in the digital environment.

You'll learn how to deal with the fear of a blank page, where to look for inspiration, and how to set up for work.
High Level — a mentor who'll upgrade your skills
Check out our students' works!

Check out our students' works!
Who's this course a must-see for?
These people once decided to take a step towards their dreams, and that's what came out of it.

Over 2000 students from around the world have taken this course. Among them included both classical artists and novices.
for everyone
from everywhere
CHECK OUT OUR STUDENTS' STORIES
Before the course
Irene worked as a web project manager. She could contemplate her favorite illustrators' artwork for hours, and dreamed of drawing in the same way. She had significant doubts, however, as she had no arts education and no free time.
Irene, course graduate. Freelance 3D artist.
During the course
It was rarely possible to practice because of her tight work schedule. Her dream of becoming an artist was rescued by the "Time-turner" course artifact. Irene watched the lectures when it was convenient for her and returned to the past materials when it was necessary to refresh her knowledge.
After the course
She continued to develop, studying anatomy, materials and character concept art. One day, she was invited to work on an animation project as a 3D artist. At that time, Irene realized that she had found her calling in the CG industry.
Artifact: Time-Turner
Before the course
Kate had always been interested in the game industry; she was always the first to learn about news from the CG world, and hurried to play the top games right after their release. But it seemed to her that to understand the intricate sphere of computer graphics, and to work in game development, was something on the verge of fantasy.
Kate, course graduate.
A concept artist at a game dev company.
During the course
Training was difficult; her brain stubbornly refused to synchronize with her hands. The "Infinity Gauntlet" course artifact made her life easier — all the necessary information was structured and gathered in one place. After that, nothing could distract from her main task — to draw.
After the course
She continued to develop, studying anatomy, materials and character concept art. One day, she was invited to work on an animation project as a 3D artist. At that time, Irene realized that she had found her calling in the CG industry.
Artifact: Infinity Gauntlet
Before the course
Ann worked as an analyst for the Master Data coffee company. She tried drawing many times, but it always seemed to her that she was a complete hack.
Ann, course graduate. A character artist at a Swedish game dev company.
During the course
It was rarely possible to practice because of her tight work schedule. Her dream of becoming an artist was rescued by the "Time-turner" course artifact. Irene watched the lectures when it was convenient for her and returned to the past materials when it was necessary to refresh her knowledge.
After the course
She continued to develop, studying anatomy, materials and character concept art. One day, she was invited to work on an animation project as a 3D artist. At that time, Irene realized that she had found her calling in the CG industry.
Artifact: Master Yoda
Before the course
Victor worked as an English schoolteacher who could only dream about drawing. As a child, he was told he had no talent, no future in a creative profession.
Victor, course graduate. Freelance illustrator and 2D animator.
During the course
Victor spared no effort to do his homework and practice regular exercises. The "Red Pill" course artifact helped establish that drawing is a skill that everyone can amp up.
After the course
Victor was very fond of drawing, but he lacked dynamics. That's why he started studying 2D animation to realize his potential as an artist and teacher in the future, creating an animated series of English lessons for kids.
Artifact: Red pill
Before the course
Den wasn't sure in which creative direction he wanted to develop, so he decided to try his hand at drawing. He wanted to create illustrations for his Instagram, and one day publish a comic book.
Den, course graduate. Copywriter, writer.
During the course
He enjoyed diving into this new sphere and hoped to find his calling in it. The "Jack Sparrow's compass" course artifact helped him to determine his ultimate goal, and the course mentor guided him on how to reach it faster.
After the course
Den realized that he wanted to tell stories, completing them with colorful illustrations. He continued to practice drawing and learned more about storytelling in order to publish a book with his own illustrations.
Artifact: Jack Sparrow's compass
Before the course
Jane studied graphic design and wanted to enhance her individuality in her work. Jane was reluctant to buy an online course, as she was used to studying at offline schools, where you can always get an answer to any question.
Jane, course graduate. Graphic and motion graphics designer.
During the course
She studied hard until she encountered some inexplicable problems with Photoshop. Performing further tasks would have been impossible if it wasn't for the "All-seeing Eye" course artifact. Jane contacted technical support, and she was helped to solve the problems in no time.
After the course
From there, Jane began creating visuals on an entirely new level: adding handwritten fonts and graphic elements which can't be found in stock images. Jane realized that you could get feedback on technical problems in an online course, so she confidently enrolled in a motion design course.
Artifact: All-seeing eye
Irene, course graduate
Artifact: Time-Turner
Before the course: When Irene worked as a web project manager, she would daydream about being able to draw like her favorite illustrators. However, she had significant doubts about pursuing illustration as she had no art education or free time.

During the course: it was difficult for Irene to practice because of her tight work schedule. Her dream of becoming an artist was saved by the "Time-Turner" course. Irene watched the lectures at her convenience, returning to past lessons whenever she needed a refresher.

After the course: Irene continued to develop her skills by studying anatomy, materials and character concept art. Eventually she was invited to work on an animation project as a 3D artist. It was then that she realized that she had found her calling in the CG industry.

Kate, course graduate
Artifact: Infinity Gauntlet
Before the course: Kate has always been interested in the game industry. She’s always been on top of CG industry news and played top games on release. But to her, understanding the inner workings of computer graphics and working in game development seemed like something on the verge of fantasy.

During the course: Training was difficult; her brain stubbornly refused to work with her hands. The "Infinity Gauntlet" course made her life easier by structuring and gathering all the information she needed in one place. After that, nothing could distract from her main task: drawing.

After the course: Kate continued practicing, studying game graphics, character concept art, anatomy and even 3D software. She no longer had to spend time browsing the expanse of tutorials available online because it was faster, more efficient and more convenient to study on a single, specially tailored and ready-made program.

Ann, course graduate
Artifact: Master Yoda
Before the course: Ann worked as a master data analyst for a coffee company. She tried taking up drawing many times but she always felt like - in her words - a complete hack.

During the course: The "Master Yoda" course gave her confidence in her abilities. The course mentor invigorated her with new motivation every week, and taught her to find inspiration and draw from her imagination.

After the course: The initiative she built up during the course was enough to keep her skills growing and to elevate her drawing ability to a professional level. Ann sent her portfolio to a number of studios until she got the job she was aiming for.
Victor, course graduate
Artifact: Red Pill
Before the course: Victor worked as an English schoolteacher who could only dream of drawing. As a child he was told he had no talent for it and no future in a creative profession.

During the course: Victor spared no effort in doing his homework and practicing regularly. The "Red Pill" course helped establish that drawing is a skill that everyone can enhance.

After the course: Having started the course with the interest of learning a new skill to use in his teaching, Victor now feels more comfortable in his abilities as an artist and has been able to use the principles he learned to create an animated series of English lessons for kids.
Den, course graduate
Artifact: Jack Sparrow's Compass
Before the course: Den wasn't sure what creative direction to take in life so he decided to try his hand at drawing. He knew he wanted to be able to create illustrations for his Instagram profile and publish a comic book someday.

During the course: He enjoyed diving into this new world and hoped to find his calling in it. The "Jack Sparrow's Compass" course helped him determine his ultimate goal, and the course mentor guided him on how to reach it faster.

After the course: Den realized that he wanted to tell stories accompanied by colorful illustrations. He continued to practice drawing and learned more about storytelling in order to publish a book of his own illustrations.
Jane, course graduate
Artifact: All-Seeing Eye
Before the course: Jane studied graphic design and wanted to enhance her individuality in her work, but she was reluctant to invest in an online course. She was used to studying in offline schools where she could always get answers to any question.

During the course: She studied hard until she ran into some problems with Photoshop. It would have been impossible for her to continue if it wasn't for the support she got from the "All-Seeing Eye" course. Jane contacted technical support, who helped her resolve the problems in no time.

After the course: From there, Jane’s work rose to a whole new level. She learned to create handwritten fonts and graphic elements not found in stock images. Jane realized that she could also get feedback on technical problems in an online course, so she later went on to enroll in a motion design course.
CHECK OUT OUR STUDENTS' STORIES
Digital drawing with Bryant Koshu
You feel that creativity is your thing, but you don't know where to start? Do cartoons, comics, games, or illustrations attract you, and do people around you say that you are losing your creative potential?

Stop burying your talent! Finally, learn the ProCreate and Photoshop interfaces, gain a powerful art base, and implement your ideas on the virtual canvas.
24 hours of the program
Powerful motivation and feedback from the teacher
Convenient platform for watching video lessons
Lifelong access to lectures
Regular practice to improve skills
Study in a suitable place at any time
Digital drawing with Bryant Koshu
You feel that creativity is your thing, but you don't know where to start? Do cartoons, comics, games, or illustrations attract you, and do people around you say that you are losing your creative potential?

Stop burying your talent! Finally, learn the Procreate and Photoshop interfaces, gain a powerful art base, and implement your ideas on the virtual canvas.
24 hours of the program
Powerful motivation and feedback from the teacher
Convenient platform for watching video lessons
Lifelong access to lectures
Regular practice to improve skills
Study in a suitable place at any time
Standard
2 months of learning
8 units, 44 lessons, 16+ hours in total
50+ drawn objects
regular live Q&A sessions with the mentor
lifetime access to the digital art community
personal unlimited access to the learning platform and the content
certificate of сourse completion
Premium
2+1 months of learning
8 units, 44 lessons, 16+ hours in total
50+ drawn objects
graduation project
regular live Q&A sessions with the mentor
lifetime access to the digital art community
personal unlimited access to the learning platform and the content
And that's not all:
8 online group meetings with the mentor, totaling 18+ hours
individual homework review
mentorship during the completion of your graduation project
special offers on future courses
сertificate of course completion
personal manager and one-on-one support
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Where do you wish to go from here? Illustration? Character design? Animation for 2D games? Bryant will always guide you and help fulfill your most daring plans.
Look at our students' works — they are all so diverse, but they're all stunning! At first these students all started with wobbly lines.
Look at our students' works
They are all so diverse, but they're all stunning! At first these students all started with wobbly lines.
YOUR BENEFIT
Where do you wish to go from here? Illustration? Character design? Animation for 2D games? Bryant will always guide you and help fulfill your most daring plans.
We've collected the most frequently asked questions in one section.
If you still have questions, just let us know! We'd be happy to answer them.
What do I need to start training?
For the course, you need Photoshop and a graphics tablet, or Procreate and an iPad. If you don't have one, you can see the recommendations here (link to the article about tablets).
How do I join the course as a student?
To join the course with a Standard package, fill out the registration form and make a payment to get immediate access to educational content. For the Premium package, send in an application form and our manager will contact you to tell you the next steps.
When do I get access?
Access to the Standard package will come in an e-mail sent out right after payment. Access to the Premium package will arrive in your inbox two days before the course start date.
How do the Standard package classes work?
For two months, you'll get lecture material once a week and access to Q&A sessions with the teacher biweekly. This training format is based on community feedback, so feel free to send in your artwork and discuss any issues with your peers in between those updates.
How do the Premium package classes work?
Classes are held twice a week in a group of up to 18 people. One lesson will use prerecorded lecture material and during the week you'll perform a practical task. The second lesson will be a live online meeting, where your teacher will analyze your assignments. Throughout the course, you'll have online support to help you with all your organizational and technical issues outside of class.
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