Keeping Things in Proportion


Drawing in proportion can be difficult for a lot of people, but it is also one of the most important aspects of a drawing. Your shading and highlighting can be amazing, but if the drawing is not in proportion, it’s going to look funny.

You can learn to draw in proportion

Fortunately, you don’t need to be blessed with a gift or born with a special talent to draw in proportion. There are a number of techniques for making sure everything you draw lines up properly.





What is the grid method? It’s a way to take a complex subject and break it down into more manageable pieces. The grid method gives an artist a lot of reference points so they can be confident that they are drawing their lines in the right place. It allows you to easily see where you need to draw your lines to keep things in proportion.

What you will learn in this video course

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In “Keeping Things in Proportion” we will go over a number of different ways to make sure your drawings stay in proportion.

We will cover several measuring techniques. These measuring techniques will be used to make some reference points and those reference points can be used to make sure other parts of the drawing are drawn in the right place.




“Keeping Things in Proportion” is available for immediate download for just $19.95.

The course contains approximately 2 hours of instruction that will show you exactly what you need to do to keep your drawings in proportion whether you’re working from a photo reference or drawing from life.

You can follow along as I demonstrate the way I keep my drawings in proportion. There are tips, techniques, and commentary throughout the video, telling you everything you need to know to “Keep Things in Proportion.”

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