Thought I'd share this torrent I just found. For those who wants to start drawing human figures.
The videos are in wmv, which is kind of suspicious but I can guarantee that this is a very good torrent.
These are amateur looking videos fit Youtube 2009. Nonetheless, the techniques and methods used are indispensible and very helpful.
Currently combining this with Loomis and Drawing on the right side of the brain. Best Holiday hobby I started.
If you're serious about learning how to draw and establishing some foundation for figure drawing... this is the greatest thing ever. This is college level art instruction and is well worth the download.
Will seed till the end of time! Bravo OP!
>posting this en tandem with OP's videos
The amateur looking videos fit Youtube 2009 because the amateur looking videos were on Youtube in 2009. When he saw the response (and realized how much time he put into it), he took most of it down and started selling the DVD series--by the time I got to the last lesson on the human skull, he'd taken down the rest. I think I saw a bunch of really short 'demo' videos from throughout at one point, when looking for the skull lessons.
Anyways, the guy is exciting as a bag of dirt but is really great at breaking things down in a way that it's super-easy to understand, so they're super effective anyways.
Nothing suspicious about WMV.
It's practically the only format you can save videos in under Windows without delving into compression and all that nonsense.
this guy in the videos is the most boring and slowpoke guy in the fucking world.
maybe you will learn some stuff but god is he wasting time. you will spend most of the time listening to his uuhhhmmmm.... eehhh
Actually when I was young and used to download 2mb videos of lesbains and shit from limewire, the end of a WMV would open my IE and go to a few different websites.
But it was always a gamble with Limewire.
Watched a bunch so far.
I don't really like drawing men bodies but I have pleasure drawing with his advices. That guy has undeniable skills.
The anatomy parts are quite fun, reminding of med school.
Anyway, as usual some morons thinking they can do all better than anybody, can't do shit about those.
Yes he's slow sometimes because he takes time to explain. And actually when he draws bones and muscles insertions, I'm not sure "slow" is the word.
>>552312 those were the crypted codecs reaching for websites. wmv is just a container.
>>551846 Because clearly when you draw you don't need that thing called "patience".
>>552324 Actually you do learn shit with him. Not his fault if you can't understand what he says or if you prefer to pay for particular lessons.
How's the hipster not wanting to learn with the mass here ?
Always enjoyed scribbling and drawing but never had any techniques in drawing humans, just trial and error. I've watched the first part and shit, why haven't I seen this earlier?
Fucking awesome upload OP.
Am I missing something here? Downloaded the entire set and deleted it a few hours after - maybe it was just the videos I checked out, but the tutorials seemed long-winded and the end results were often off-balance and had proportional issues.
If you're starting out, I think you'd benefit far more by beginning with Loomis or Proko and ease into Bridgeman.
I found basic stuff and will download it too because I need it
Lets see if someone finds more.
Ok news here, I've found a lot on gnomon workshop and its really so much that geve me a boner. One of the torrents involves 3D animation and has 70 Gb, another torrent involves comic book layout and has less than 1 Gb.
Will try to put order before posting so nobody complains and we can download together.
Here is a well ordered list
The Gnomon Workshop - Sculpture with John Brown, 4.29 GiB
Gnomon Workshop Analog - Sculpture Dvd 6 Femme, 1.48 GiB
Gnomon Workshop]- Bob Kato - Drawing the adult human head, 2.02 GiB
Gnomon (Syd Mead) 1 Thumbnail Sketching and Line Drawing, 669.98 MiB
Gnomon Workshop]- David Finch - Dynamic Figure Drawing, 2.26 GiB
The Gnomon Workshop - Alvin Lee - Comic Book Layout and Pencilli, 969.49 MiB
Gnomon] _ Steve Firchow _ Comic Book Coloring, 2.96 GiB
Gnomon Workshop]- Color Theory - The Mechanics of Color, 489.9 MiB
Gnomon Designing Creatures in Adobe Photoshop CS4, 496.62 MiB
GNOMON WORKSHOP The Techniques of Dusso vol.1, 691.16 MiB
GNOMON ANALOG TRAINING VIDEO-DUSSO VOL II DVDRIP-W3D, 747.72 MiB
GNOMON WORKSHOP Matte Painting for Film With Chris Stoski, 4.11 GiB
can someone find me this?
/r/ is dead.
Adam Hughes - Video Art Lessons "Drawing Good Girls"
That guy has one of the most awkward and time consuming body constructions I have ever seen. Well, he really breaks it down so even dumbfucks can understand it - only download this if you have lots of time to listen to his boring instructions.
>The Gnomon Workshop - Alvin Lee - Comic Book Layout and Pencilli, 969.49 MiB
Adam Hughes - How to Draw Good Girls
I dont think it's the full thing though
I downloaded most of these years ago.
Anyone from way back then still have the Vilppu videos?
I realized I'm missing two of the episodes (Figure Lessons 7 & 8). I don't remember if they were never included to begin with.
Hello fellow /r/'s:
>GNOMON ANALOG TRAINING VIDEO-DUSSO VOL II DVDRIP-W3D, 747.72 MiB
Please seed I'm stuck on 46.7%