How Can I Improve My Art and Drawing Skills?
That’s probably the #1 question art students ask me. The generic answer would be to just “draw more”. While it is true that drawing ‘more’ is important, there are two key elements that are missing from this simple statement. These elements are so powerful that they can rapidly boost your progress, artistic growth and skill level.
Do you know what they are?
It’s good information, and…
Yes, I know. It sounds so obvious, and simple. But is so often overlooked.
While practice and self-study is important, without good information, how will you know what to practice, what to study, or what to draw or paint? When you are exposed to good information you will be able to make the most of your drawing time because you’ll be using powerful methods that have been proven to work. The right mentor can also help you to rapidly grow and develop by providing valuable insight, guidance and inspiration.
How can I get good information and mentorship to improve my drawing skills?
I’ve been personally obsessed with drawing better and becoming a world class artist and instructor. This obsession has driven me to constantly gather and study good information. I’ve also sought out mentors and master artists, seeking their advice and guidance. Now, I want to share that information and mentor others in their journey to become great artists.
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About Chris Legaspi
Chris Legaspi is the founder and creator of Freshdesigner. Chris is a life-long artist, with over 10 years of drawing experience as both a student and a professional. He has worked as a professional Concept Artist in the videogame industry for several years. His concept art and illustration work has been seen in hit video games and magazines.
Along with this professional experience, Chris has spent over a decade and thousands of hours in constant study and practice. He is currently studying full time at the fine art ateliers in Los Angeles. His Mentors in art have included several world class instructors such as: Steve Huston, Kevin Chen, Nathan Fowkes and Zhaoming Wu.
Feeling blessed to be surrounded by world class artists and teachers, and being inspired by all the great mentors and teachers in his life, Chris wants to share his knowledge with others. This desire to share, teach and mentor is why this site was created. Chris believes that excellence in art begins with a foundation of excellent drawing. Now, with this site, Chris can realize his vision of helping others become the best draftsman and artists they can be.
Chris’ work and teaching have been featured in several books and magazines:
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