"Learn How To Draw Your 

Characters In Proportion"

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Click the HERE to Get your FREE “Heroic Proportions” Video, E-Book and Proportions Template.

Where you’ll learn...

  • What Proportions are

  • How they’re measured

  • And the Proportions of the Heroic Figure

 

I’m also going to give you the Heroic Proportions Template for FREE too - which you can use as a reference guide to make sure your super hero's and heroine’s are drawn up to the correct size.

If you’ve been…

 

  • Struggling to work out how to place your character’s anatomy so that it’s drawn to scale and pieced together correctly…

 

  • Frustrated trying to awkwardly fit your characters onto the page or failing to compose them into paneled sequential art...

 

  • Finding it difficult to keep your characters in Proportion when posing them in perspective

 

  • Unable to keep the proportions of your characters consistent across multiple drawings

 

  • Fed up with tweaking, erasing and eventually throwing out failed drawings that just never end up looking right?

 

If you’re reading this and you can relate -

 

 

THEN KEEP READING!

 

Will Show You...

  • How to Avoid the Mistakes Most Artists Make That Doom a Drawing From the Very Beginning​

    • Know exactly where to draw each part of the human anatomy, and what size to make it, to ensure your characters are always drawn with proportional accuracy

    • Learn how to dynamically pose your characters in perspective without breaking their proportions and distorting their anatomy in weird ways!

    • Draw with the vision of a Comic Art pro as you size up the scaffolding of your character’s foundation with pro precision to guarantee a rock solid structure for your drawings that won’t come crashing down.

 

  • How to Spot and Fix the Proportional Errors Within Your Characters

    • Immediately hunt down and catch the proportional flaws inside your drawings so you can figure out exactly what’s causing your characters to look WRONG.

    • Create a powerful foundation for your characters from the moment your pencil hits the paper, to avoid the fundamental mistakes that can critically crush the integrity of your artwork later on

    • Hone in on and mend the mistakes in your drawings before it’s too late so that you don’t have to trash hours upon hours of wasted time, energy and work

 

  • How to Apply Proportions in Perspective

    • Keep the proportions of your characters intact, regardless of the pose or angle you’re drawing them on.

    • Learn powerful techniques developed specifically to build your dynamic drawing confidence so that you never have to be intimidated when it comes to posing your characters with eye-popping impact

    • Understand how to accurately warp the proportions of your characters when drawing them in perspective to enhance the depth and dimension inside your Comic Book illustrations

  • How to Draw Characters in Proportion at Different Ages

    • Gain the confidence to draw your characters in proportion at any age - from toddlers and kids to teenagers and elders.

    • Break the mould and expand beyond the generic figure by giving yourself the flexibility to draw a plethora of characters at any age

    • Become a true Comic art master who actually knows how to draw a variety of people at different ages without making them look strange or weird.

 

  • How to Draw the Common, Comic Book Character Types in Proportion

    • Familiarize yourself with the most recognized character archetypes in today’s comics - from dwarfs to brutes and everything else in between

    • Use the 7 Common Comic Book Character types as a springboard to brainstorm a variety of character ideas that your audience has already been pre-conditioned to connect with

    • Keep the Proportions of your unique Comic Book characters consistent every time you draw them, regardless of how crazy or out there their proportions might be.

 

  • How to draw the head in proportion

    • Know exactly where to place and how to scale the facial features of the male and female head to ensure they’re always sized up and structured correctly

    • Discover the key distinctions between male and female facial features and how to accentuate their beauty or masculinity

    • Use the size and placement of your characters head alone to build out their entire body to the correct proportions and to ensure they fit onto the page.

 

  • How to easily draw your characters in proportion without even having to think about

    • Discover the key size associations throughout the human body that will make proportions so easy to remember, placing the anatomy of your characters correctly and drawing to them to scale will just happen, without you even having to think about it

    • Learn exercises that will program proportions into your drawing method so deeply that you’ll be able to make judgement using your own artistic instinct as to whether or not something is looking off.

 

  • How to draw the human figure in proportion from the front, side and any other angle you want

    • Construct the male and female figure step-by-step, from top to bottom using the correct proportions

    • Never be confined to references again, using them instead in the context of your own ideas - by learning how to break down the human figure into simplified forms so that you can manipulate it into any pose, from any angle you like – using just your imagination.

    • Discover the very best techniques you can begin implementing right now to speed up your learning curve and level up your drawing abilities in a fraction of the time it’s been taking you thus far…

 

Hey there, it’s Clayton from How to Draw Comics . NET,

I’m ultra-excited to present to you HTDC’s first "Figure Drawing Fundamentals Lesson | Proportions!"

 

"Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions" is a laser focused volume of Comic Art training created specifically to give you the ability to draw your Comic Book Characters in Proportion.

 

The ideas, techniques and tools you’re about to learn in this Lesson have been carefully developed and refined over years of learning, testing and experience.

 

I use them every day I sit down to draft out a new Comic Book Character myself, because the truth is everything you’re going to learn in this lesson ACTUALLY works if you apply it!

 

And I’m not the only one who’s taken advantage of what I’m giving you here - over the years my students have also used these insights and techniques to conquer the most challenging, fundamental obstacle every artist is met with when they set out to improve their drawing abilities - Proportions

 

You might be asking why I decided to cover Proportions first, out of all the other fundamental principles that go into a well-drawn Comic Book Illustration.

Well here’s the thing.

I didn’t start out as some talented wonder child. I was an amateur just like everyone else - who just happened to like drawing. Most of the encouragement I had back then came from some real nice family and friends who all loved the work I did - regardless of whether or not it was actually good.

 

But one thing that separated me from the other would be novice’s out there was my unwavering determination to succeed where I was weakest.

When I went to Uni I never showed my sketchbook to anyone – because I drew so many horrible drawings that I myself was embarrassed to look at. 

 

I was never discouraged by the bad drawings I turned out. They made me stronger and reinforced my motivation to learn, practice and to master the areas of drawing I struggled with most.

 

The more mistakes I made, the better, because it was always another valuable lesson learned that would at least help me to improve in some small way.

 

That was the ultimate realization - knowing that as long as I practiced every single day, I WOULD get that much closer to honing my craft. That every drawing I did today, would be better than the drawings I did yesterday.

 

But the amount of time it was taking to get my art work to the level of quality I really wanted it to be at was just too much. Weeks, months would go by, and despite all the sketchbooks I was filling up, I couldn’t see the jump in improvement I was looking for.

 

And the reason I was learning at such a slow pace, was because I simply didn’t know what to practice in order to take my art work to the next level.

 

I soon realized that the best way to improve was to stop flying blind, go back to ground zero and focus on nailing the underlying fundamentals that held up a well-drawn Comic Book Illustration.

 

And for that, I needed guidance. So I sought advice from the artists I admired most on the various communities I was part of back then, like DeviantArt, Pencil Jack and of course Artists I knew on Facebook.

 

The really cool thing was that almost all of them were eager to help! They gave all the insight they had to offer on the questions I’d asked them, and pointed me in the right direction telling me exactly what I needed to focus on in order to see the results I was looking for.

Of course it didn’t take me long to realize where my weakest foundation was. The foundation that was taking everything down with it! –

Proportions!

It makes sense when you think about it. That proportions would have to be the first thing to get down before any other figure drawing fundamental.  

 

Think about us as real human beings. Every part of our anatomy, every muscle, every feature, the clothes we wear, the hair do’s we don and the makeup we plaster on - it’s all held up by a sturdy, underlying armature of bone - the Human Skeleton.

 

Now imagine for a moment, how weird it would be if even one part of your skeleton was noticeably out of proportion. It would affect your entire body, muscles, outfit, posture - EVERYTHING. If your skeleton is out of proportion – then you’re out of proportion!

 

The same rules apply to the characters we draw.

 

They’re all held up by an underlying structure that determines how the rest of their anatomy will ultimately look. And if that structure isn’t sized up to the correct scale, and placed together in the right way - just like a building with a weak foundation - your entire drawing is doomed to collapse in on itself.

 

So I realized that Proportions weren’t just something I had to learn to create characters that looked ‘right’, Proportions were a core principle I had to learn and master before I could move beyond them.

 

The problem was Proportions were never a topic that was covered anywhere in any real depth, especially for Comic book characters. The ‘How to Draw Books’ that did touch on the topic dedicated no more than two pages tops to it.

 

And they never went into how to keep your characters in proportion when posing and drawing them in perspective. They rarely ever went into any depth as to how to draw characters in proportion at different ages, or how to keep characters who had unique proportions consistent from illustration to illustration. And what about sizing up and placing your characters on the page so that they actually fit?...

 

The most I could find was only ever one or two pages containing a vague proportions chart of a generic figure.

 

So I decided to venture out on my own and looked to the real world as well as comics to figure out the easiest, most applicable and repetitious techniques I could develop to ensure my characters were always drawn to size.

 

I literally sat down for hours, finding photographs of real people and measuring their body parts out against their head to ensure I was getting down the correct size ratios.

 

Then I compared that to the stylistic decisions pro Comic Artists like Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane and Marc Silvestri made to push the human figure to the extreme and accentuate its form in a way that would exude dramatic impact.

 

I analysed it all, tested out and practiced in the ways I felt would give me the most optimal results - then attempted to create a series of short hand techniques that I could integrate into my own drawing method -

 

That would ensure my characters had the best chance possible of

being proportionally accurate every time I drew them!

 

Now the bad news is, there’s no one technique out there known to man that will provide the magic pill that gives you the ability to draw your characters perfectly in Proportion, 100% of the time. But I did manage to create some highly effective drawing habits along the way that certainly stacked the odds in my favor.

 

I was soon able to draw my characters with a solid underlying structure that made them look powerful and full of energy – but most of all they were almost always in Proportion.

 

I say almost always, because sometimes they weren’t honestly 100% in proportion. But even when they weren’t no one could tell because the Proportions would only ever be off by a hair.

 

A few years later, when I began teaching in story-boarding and illustration, I realized that I wasn’t the only one who struggled with Proportions when first learning how to draw.

 

The challenge almost all of my students ran into straight away, was drawing the anatomy of their characters, placed and sized up correctly.

 

I really empathized with their feelings of doubt and disappointment. Because that was me once, and I remembered feeling the exact same way every time a drawing I thought was going to be great just turned out rubbish.

 

At least I’d been strong enough to persist – some of my students though just became so depressed with their work that they almost gave up entirely!

 

Luckily for my students – they had something I never had – someone to take them by the hand and guide them through exactly what they needed to do to overcome their drawing dilemmas.

 

I taught them the very same techniques I developed for myself, and showed them exactly how to implement them into their own method, to overcome the individual sticking points they had when it came to drawing their characters to the correct proportions.

 

We broke down the human body, segment by segment, determining the key landmarks throughout the human anatomy that could be used to measure out its entire structure.

 

Then we developed specific exercises, designed to weave all their understanding of Proportions into a method of working that would always give them consistent results.

 

And they did get consistent results.

 

You know what’s really crazy though? Some of those same students ended up working along-side me later on, inside some of the most amazing studios I’ve ever been apart of.

 

So I thought to myself. If I can help my students in a live class room to get these kinds of results… what can I do for you? What can I do for every other aspiring Comic Artist out there in the same position?

 

This is one of the reasons I created How to Draw Comics . NET. Almost over 4 years ago.

 

But I wanted to take it a step further this time…In fact, I wanted to go all out. And I had the idea to create a comprehensive series of ultra refined Comic Art Lessons that offered the highest caliber of training available in the world.

 

And it all begins here – with the first fundamental, dynamic drawing principle – Proportions.

 

I’ve not only put everything I’ve got into creating "Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions" for you! I structured and packaged it in an easy to understand and highly applicable way – where I give you every morsel of insight I’ve got, then show you exactly how to apply it step by step so that you walk away from this Lesson with real tangible results.

 

Again, I’m not a professional Comic Book Artist. I haven’t worked for any huge companies, you won’t find my work published anywhere. I’ve just made more mistakes than I care to admit… and learned from them. And taught what I learned to others so that they could go onto work in some of the biggest entertainment studios in the world.

 

In fact, I get offers to work on projects all the time. I don’t say that to brag either. I’m saying it because the truth is my heart lies in teaching this stuff. It’s one of the most challenging and rewarding career paths I could have ever chosen.

 

Besides… when I do work on my next book Comic Book Project – it’ll be my own. Not someone else’s.

 

So you’re not being taught by a professional Comic Artist. My talent doesn’t extend to working to deadlines or briefs. But I love to draw, and I love to teach, and that is what I’m offering you here.

 

When you get "Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions" – you’re going to get a a highly polished compilation of everything I’ve learned through my own challenges, and the struggles I’ve helped my students overcome throughout the years.

 

If you want to learn how to draw Comic Book Characters in Proportion,

this extensive lesson has been created specifically for you! 

 

I created it specifically so that you can cut away decades of learning and get better in a fraction of the time it took me, and most other aspiring artists who are out there, blindly struggling to learn this stuff on their own.

 

Beyond any other art form, The Art of Comic Book Illustration demands the most elite level of dynamic drawing skill in order to compose complex visual sequences - purely from imagination.

 

That’s why learning the fundamental drawing principles is so imperative to succeeding as a Comic Book Artist – because absolutely everything you draw will rely on them to give it a sound structure.

 

Now before I move on and unpack what you’re getting in this training package, I should mention first that

"Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions" is NOT something I created for people who...

 

  • Already think they’re ‘good enough’ and lack the motivation to push themselves to the next level, beyond stagnation.

  • Want to give up, throw in the towel for procrastinating and not put in the effort and commitment it takes to earn a stellar skill set.

  • Want to waste time trawling the internet, books and  forums only wind up practicing the WRONG way of doing things - simply because they were given bad information.

  • It's NOT just another un-narrated time lapse video of some other artist showing off their skills, without actually explaining what they’re doing.

  • It’s NOT a bland 10 hour session of off topic rambling that’s been slapped together and confuses you more than teaches you anything.

  • This lesson is NOT for those who want to watch from the sidelines and are NOT motivated enough to take action to improve their skill set

 

This IS FOR YOU if you’re serious and you want to move forward with your art RIGHT NOW.

 

I put over four months of hard work into creating "Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions". It was hard work, and a true labor of love that cost me many sleepless nights. But I loved and cherished every minute I was able to work on it. In fact, it feels strange to finally have finished this, and to now be giving it to you.

 

It wasn’t easy, but I honestly believe that I’ve created a real gem for you here. Here’s what you’ll find inside…

 

 “Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions” Includes:

 

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions E-Book

    • The 34 Page E-Book holds some of the most concentrated, highly polished fundamental knowledge on Proportions that you will not find anywhere else.

    • Every piece of insight has been carefully articulated with complimentary, high detail Comic Book illustrations to give you clear visual examples, and to inspire. The Proportions E-Book is a must have reference guide for every aspiring Comic Book Artist who wants to get their figure drawing foundations handled – beginning with Proportions.

    • Best of all it’s all digital! So you don’t have to wait to get it in the mail, you get it instantly. You never have to worry about it getting damaged or lost, and you can take it anywhere, having it right at your finger tips whenever you want it.

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Core Lesson

    • The Core Proportions Lesson is the 40 minute, narrated, Video adaption of the Proportions E-Book - designed to give you a highly immersive, potent learning experience. The core lesson breaks down the topics step by step, walking you’re through each segment. Instead of just looking at each example, I’ll be highlighting the Proportions of the human figure segment by segment so that you don’t miss a beat.

    • The entire lesson has been narrated, which means you can sit back, listen, watch and learn, giving you a whole new level of educational immersion.

    • Both the Core Video and the E-Book are exceptional volumes of Comic Art training, designed and carefully composed to be delivered in two different formats.

 

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Templates

    • As well as the training material, I’ve also created a set of high resolution Proportions Templates. These Templates are essentially a height chart for each of the overarching topics covered in the E-Book and Core Proportions Lesson – The Heroic Figure, Proportions at Different Ages and Comic Book Archetypes.

    • These were specially created to serve you as the go to reference guide whenever you set out to draw a Comic Book character – a guide not just to drawing your characters in Proportion, but also to provide a reference for placing in their anatomy.

    • The Proportions Templates are ultra-high resolution image files which means you can set them up as your desktop background, or print them out on giant posters to hang up in your studio or work space. Either way, you can rest assured that every detail will be captured in sharp HD focus.

 

But I didn’t want to stop there. See, one of the toughest things to overcome when learning is the fact that you’re not here in the classroom with me to guide you through the process of implementing all the cool stuff you’re going to learn.

 

 

So I decided to really go above and beyond for you here to

GUARANTEE you the results you came here for.

 

Along with the Proportions E-Book, Core Proportions Lesson and Proportions Templates - I’ve also included:

 

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Workshop

    • As far as content and step by step instruction - this is where it’s at. The Proportions Workshop is a 5 Hour + module of intensive, real-time training designed to help you implement everything you’ve learned in the Core Proportions Lesson.

    • In the first 4 Workshop Sessions you’re going to learn step-by-step how to build a proportionally accurate figure drawing from the ground up. I’ll walk you through the front, and side view of both the male and female figure so that you get a full understanding of how the key forms of the human body are drawn. Literally, you’ll follow along with a sketchbook and pencil as we do the exercise together, and finish up with a set of Proportionally accurate figures in front of you.

    • In the following 4 sessions we enter into the advanced concepts of Proportions where I’ll walk you through a series of examples and exercises designed to get you drawing your figures in perspective – while keeping their proportions intact!

 

  • Each of the Sessions focus on:

    • How to place down, and construct your characters on the page so that they fit within the space you’re drawing them – whether that be the page itself or the panels within a sequential piece of art work.

    • How to draw your characters in different poses, and foreshorten them in Perspective – and how to apply Proportions in those more dynamic scenarios.

    • You’ll learn how to understand the human figure in terms of simple form so that you can take a pose from observation, turn it around inside your mind and draw it down onto the page at any angle, in any view you desire. And I show exactly how to do it – in fact I walk you through it one step at a time so that you can implement the process for yourself.

    • And finally I share practical exercises with you that are specially designed to make drawing your characters in proportion second nature, through repetition. If you practice the exercises you learn in this session, Proportions will be a problem for you no more.

    • Each of the 8 sessions within the Proportions Workshop goes for 40 minutes to an hour, and are aimed at putting everything you’ve learned into action straight away so that you can see an improvement in your drawings right NOW!

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Virtual Comic Art Classroom Invite

    • This package gets you an invite to join HTDC’s Virtual online, Comic Art Classroom - an extremely EXCLUSIVE Facebook Group where you’ll join a supportive community of highly driven artists, and have direct access to me so that I can personally help you one-on-one to  pass your greatest challenges

    • Essentially, this online space serves as a virtual classroom for those who are most dedicated to taking their dynamic drawing skills to the next level. And one of the reasons I created the HTDC Virtual Comic Art Class  was to provide a platform that you and I could interact on. A platform in which you could show me your work, ask me questions and where I could give you personalized feedback on the specific areas you were struggling with. The HTDC Virtual Comic Art Class provides the missing link in online training by allowing me to cater my teaching and advice to your personal needs.

    • On top of that, you’ll be mingling with the other dedicated and talented artists that are part of this tight knit group of motivated individuals. This is not only a motivating experience, but an inspiring one where everyone is encouraged and given the help they need to really take their skill set to the top

 

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Personalized Feedback and Critiques

    • Finally in the top tier Utlra Pack I’m going to go one step beyond just teaching you this stuff – I’m basically going to become your personal Mentor. Here I’m going to offer you in-depth critiques and extensive feedback on your work that will hone in on and get you past your greatest obstacles so that you can level up your skillset in the fastest amount of time possible

    • I’ll give you feedback on your work in the form of comprehensive write-ups that’ll address your concerns, and guide you in the right direction to help you solve them. From time to time I’ll even go so far as to create video critiques where I literally show you how to address the problems you’re having in your art work and exactly what you can do to improve it.

    • Naturally I’m only one person. So I can’t make this offer to everyone. In fact this offer is extremely limited to the first few who order this package. So if you’re truly serious about stepping your art work up to the next level, in the shortest amount of time you possibly can, take advantage of this offer as quickly as possible before it’s too late. I’ve never offered anything like this before but I’m pretty sure spots are going to run out fast with a list of over 5000 registered members on How to Draw Comics . NET.

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Video Recordings

    • Get access to 16+ hours of recorded video demonstration showcasing the making of each Comic Book Illustration I created for  Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions. These time-lapse videos give you an inside look into how I actually produce a detailed, Comic Book Illustration from start to finish. The best part is, you’ll actually see my applying the same stuff I teach you in the Core Proportions Lesson and Workshop – as I begin laying in the foundations of each illustration and build it up.

    • Each of these Time-lapse Videos have been compressed from 10 Hours of production time, to a sped up 1 Hour demo. These videos are NOT narrated, so they’re really for the hard-core learners who want to get an inside look and see my entire process in action.

    • What you ultimately get out of these videos is a clear example of my personal workflow in action, and the steps I take to create a Comic Book Illustration from the ground up. This is obviously something which is highly valuable in the development of your own workflow – to see how others actually work. And my hope is that you’ll use these Comic Art recordings to develop, tweak and improve your own production process.

 

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Multi-Layered PSD Files

    • Get an inside look into the Layered PSD Files that were used to compose the 40+ Comic Book Illustrations included in the Proportions Lesson. These Project Files are going to give you an inside peak into how I compose the layering of my digital Comic Art as well as my layering process. Once you see inside these files, the method I use for composing an inked illustration becomes clear –

    • Begin with the foundations, establishing the pose, placement and proportions of the character

    • Next, roughly sketch in the anatomy of the character, plotting out the muscle group and key anatomical features of the character

    • Draft the design of the character’s costume, hair style and place in the facial features – Then finally…

    • Ink in the finished line work, beginning with the line weights contours of the image, then move onto the shadowing and rendering passes

    • These PSD’s are an excellent educational resource, again for someone who is ultra-serious about stepping up their art work to the next level and developing a rock solid workflow for themselves that’s going to give them consistent results.

  • Figure Drawing Fundamentals | High Resolution Image Files

    • Here I’m going to give you the High Resolution collection of the illustrations I created for Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions Multi-Layered PSD Files. If you’re a fan of my art work, you’re going to love this – but more importantly, they’re going to serve you as yet another excellent resource of study.

 

Since the announcement of "Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions" many people, possibly

even you, have been patiently waiting in anticipation for it’s release. There’s been a lot of talk

and a lot of excitement surrounding this for a couple of reasons –

 

This is the first top end, Premium Volume of Comic Art training to be released from How to Draw Comics . NET. And it really sets the stage for your path to Comic Art mastery, beginning with one of the most important core fundamentals of figure drawing.

 

And because I’ve kept everyone in the loop throughout the development of "Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions" – It’s created a lot of hype. People have seen the level of dedication and quality I’ve put into this training.

 

Not only is it the best stuff they’ve ever seen me put out, it’s one of the best Comic Art Training products they’ve seen hands down.

 

My intention isn’t to brag here either. I truly believe in the incredible value "Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions" will contribute in taking your Comic Art skills to the next level. And I’m proud of what I’ve created for you here.

 

 

I’ve also been asked a lot about the pricing of this product.

 

To be honest with you I hadn’t thought about it a lot. And it was hard to put a price on something I’d put so much time into creating and wanted so many people to have.

 

So I asked around and got advice from people who actually knew what they were talking about.

 

When I told them how much I intended to sell this Product for – they were shocked, saying that I was WAY underselling it for what it was. One of my previous students even suggested that I at least charge $125 for the full product.

 

I could see why he said that. When he enrolled in my live course a few years ago, he would have easily have spent over $7000 to be there.

 

But I wanted to make this affordable to everyone…

 

You’ve seen the first chapter of the Core Proportions Lesson, and the E-Book… you know the level of quality you can expect, even without having seen the Real-Time, 5 Hour + Proportions Workshop.

 

So let me ask you - what is this lesson worth to you?

 

What would it be worth to you if you could literally cut years off your learning curve with a single volume of highly specialized and focused Comic Art Training?

 

What would it be worth to you if you could learn in this product, one of the core foundational figure drawing principles – that even after spending literally $1000’s of dollars you might never be taught in a high end art school.

 

What would it be worth to you if you not only had the chance to learn everything you’ll ever need to know about drawing your Comic Book Characters in Proportion, but to actually be able to implement all of it, into action, right now – and see an instant improvement in your art work?

 

Back when I began getting serious about learning how to draw, I’d easily spend $60 - $100 on a training product that would teach me what I needed to know in order to take my art work to the next level. And it was always worth the investment. In fact, I don’t know that I can honestly say that I’d be at the level I’m at today if I hadn’t made that investment.

 

Despite everything I’ve said so far – to answer your question, I’m not going to charge you anywhere near that amount to have Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions.

 

That’s not to undersell this product in any way. This is one of the best volumes of training available anywhere for Comic Artists. But I want to make this available, and affordable to everyone.

 

So I’ve created 4 different packages for you to choose from so that you have the option to spend whatever you feel the level of investment in your artistic development is worth.

 

My personal recommendation?

 

Get the Mega Pack. It comes with the E-Book, Core Proportions Lesson, the entire 5 hour

Workshop and Proportion Templates – for only $19.97.

Invest in the development of your dynamic drawing skill-set TODAY.

 

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"Thanks for all the support and teachings you´ve been giving us. I want to improve my drawing abilities and HTDC has helped me a lot!" 

- Antonio

"Howdy Clayton! First I want to thank you for all of the hard work you do. I am very grateful for all of the effort you put into your website and feel it has made a huge impact in my understanding of my own art and shown me where I want to spend my time improving."

- Mark 

"Hello Clayton, Hopefully you will get to read this email. I just wanna say a big THANK YOU. i’ve struggle so much with the head, and I did tried a lot of method. Neil fountaine template was not what fits me, Loomis was sometimes a win but most of the time a miss. What crazy is that your proportions are really close to Loomis method. The Riley method was too much on paper. Then I found you. One try at your method and BOOM, magic happens. So thank you very much."

- Stephan

"Hi, clayton. Man,I´ve enjoyed your videos a lot! really awesome!!! I know I have to stretch my sketching muscles...everyday! Well, I´ll get a sketchbook (a run of the mill one) to keep in my backpack and use it Wherever i go, whenever possible.Thanks for your hints.Why don´t you offer an online course? Can you recommend a nice one? I hope to see more videos. See you"

- Antonio

"Hi Clayton ! I just discovered your website yesterday and all i can say is... THANK YOU so much ! I'm just a beginner in drawing, dealing everytime i draw with frustration of not being able to put on paper what's in my head, and reading your story just confort me to keep going forward to improve myself ! I just began your tips and technique for drawing the head and it seems to works ! Ahah of course you know that ! ;) I'm going to get through all of your tutorial and keep practicing ! Thank you so much, you're the man ! ^ ^ Best Regards. A French fan of yours."

- Thibault

Ultimately, when you get "Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions", my hope is that it will not only give you a highly concentrated, deep level of insight into the complexities of Proportion - but that it will also serve as a dependable guide for you to refer back to whenever you need it.

 

My goal was to deliver ‘the’ guide to drawing your Comic Book Characters in Proportion. And I really do believe that I’ve created that for you here.

 

-Clayton

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