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Drawing Book Review – IPaintGirls Founder Neil Fontaine Reviews “Shortcut Secrets of Figure Drawing” Ebook

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Neil Fontaine, art teacher and founder of Ipaintgirls.com, recently did a video review of the “Shortcut Secrets of Figure Drawing” ebook.

In this video, Neil does a great job of giving you a tour of the book, showing you exactly what’s inside. And he also talks about how to use it to greatly improve your figure drawing.

Neil shares some very useful insights on how to approach your anatomy drawing practice.

I did not ask Neil to do this review. In fact, I didn’t even know about this video up until recently.

He simply bought a copy for himself and liked the book enough to create this video review.

(By the way, Neil made a small mistake in the video… He said that the book cost about $9, but it actually sold for $14.95)

Figure Drawing DVD SetAnyway, the “Shortcut Secrets of Figure Drawing” ebook is actually no longer on the market.

But you can now get it as a FREE bonus when you purchase the newly-released, “Secrets of Figure Drawing” course.

The course takes what’s in the ebook and expands on it even more.

If you are looking to learn how to draw the human figure realistically, this course is definitely for you.

CLICK HERE To Get “Shortcut Secrets of Figure Drawing” Ebook For FREE!

 

 

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6 Comments

  • Eleanor Sinclair

    Reply Reply November 15, 2016

    I’d like to have this on my phone so I could study this material when I’m mobile. Any downloads for phones?

    Your tutorials are the very best.

    E

    • Ethan Nguyen

      Reply Reply November 24, 2016

      Hi Eleanor,
      Thank you very much. Yes, all the premium lessons are downloadable and playable on any device. For the free videos, they are hosted on youtube and you can download them using any “youtube video downloaders”. Just google that term and you should get a numbers of websites that will allow you to do that.

  • Chris

    Reply Reply October 7, 2014

    As one of the reviews below, I would much rather have a hard copy of this book. It would be more useful. Also I would like to have DVD’s to watch when and where I like. This also solves the problem of the Pc going down and loss of lessons. You can always reload.

  • Nancy Reeves

    Reply Reply July 15, 2013

    Neil Fontaine, I am a volunteer teacher for the Dundee Township Park District. There are approximately 30 people in the classroom. We don’t have any monies for any supplies, but we do have use of the room and a DVD projector.

    I wonder if you would be so kind to donate any used or older materials you may have that would help us in learning to draw the human figure? Anything you might have can be sent to Carpentersvile, Ill. Thank you very much, Nancy Reeves, Volunteer Teacher

  • aitch

    Reply Reply May 4, 2013

    Judging from the review this looks as though it would be an invaluable guide to drawing the human figure. The drawback is, unfortunately, like many people, I prefer not to do my drawing in front of my computer, preferring instead to use a hard copy away from my workstation. In addition I find it much more helpful to be able to pick up and read my literature at odd times of the day and in places where the use of a computer is inconvenient.

    • Ethan [My Drawing Tutorials]

      Reply Reply May 7, 2013

      That is a very good point. I’ll have to look into ways to create a hard copy for this book. Thanks for the suggestion!

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