Character Anatomy Academy: Complete Skeletal Drawing Course
Drawing character anatomy for art is important. Learn the core of drawing anatomy, starting with drawing the skeletonWatch Promo Enroll in Course
Join over 160,000 students learning and growing their character and figure art skills daily in my courses! Learning Anatomy is an essential component of learning to draw the human figure well, and in this course I teach you quickly and efficiently!
What is Character Anatomy Academy?
Anatomy Art Academy: Complete Skeleton Drawing Course is a learn-anywhere video course designed to teach you the key elements of skeletal anatomy efficiently, and get you doing the drawing you need to do to learn well. Learning anatomy is key to advancing your knowledge and skill in drawing characters and the human figure. If you’re an absolute beginner, I'd recommend taking Character Art Academy: Complete Character Drawing in addition to this course, so that you can get a solid understanding of drawing fundamentals. This short course is a guided video course, where the only limit to your progression is your determination and engagement in the rewarding assignments. The skeletal anatomy study plan has been designed to get you working logically and consistently.
If you have ever sat down to draw anatomy and failed dismally at understanding how to learn and what to watch out for when drawing the skeleton, this is the course you need to get you drawing and understanding skeletal anatomy. With this course you will be able to draw the bones of the human skeleton well, and will understand the importance of the skeletal foundation for learning muscular anatomy and superficial anatomy later on.
I’ll teach you to learn the skeleton efficiently, and I’ll teach you to learn it well.
Finally, Learn the Skeleton Well
The skeleton is complex, but defined key elements can be learned quickly, allowing you to grasp the overall structure well. You’ll learn things you never knew you never knew - I’m so convinced of this, I’ll give you a no-questions asked refund if you’re not satisfied, within 30 days.
Clear, Easy to Understand Lessons
Crystal clear in fact. I am not going to waste your time with fluff and meaningless information. Learning skeletal anatomy drawing and how to draw the anatomy effectively means having information presented in a logical and coherent way. The Character Anatomy School Course is modular by design, to the point, easy to grasp, and allows you to learn in a well paced, structured way. Engage in the course chronologically, then revise each module at your leisure. Grasp concepts faster than you ever have before – there’s no fluff here, just progress!
Assignments that are Rewarding
Bridging the gap between theory and practice, the skeletal anatomy study plan and the suggested course progression have been designed to both reinforce theory, and feel rewarding. I've also included awesome 3D and drawn resources that will help you grasp the skeletal body anatomy as well as help you with drawing your own skeletal structures. I’ve taken the core of the theory, and purpose built each lesson to help you rapidly progress, and you’ll see the difference in your own work almost immediately.
Art is about doing, so let’s get started.
As an illustrator, painter and art instructor, I’ve helped more than 270,000 students grow their art skills, learn to draw characters, understand coloring and perspective, and much more. Whether you’re drawing characters, creatures, making manga or comics, painting portraits or creating worlds, I teach the core art knowledge you need to know to reach a high level quickly. I’ve invested years in learning the fundamental theories behind art and animation, teaching you to think like a master artist. I'm a zealous teacher that strives to bring students to a high level efficiently, with simple, easy to understand concepts, built on rock solid art theory. When you learn with me, you’ll learn well, and learn efficiently. That’s my promise to you.
PreviewSkeletal Anatomy Overview (5:45)
StartDifferences in the Male and Female Skeleton (2:24)
StartOverall Skeletal Observations (7:52)
StartIncluded 3D Reference Content (1:58)
Start3D Reference: Full Skeleton (1:11)
StartNaming of Bones and Using Good References (2:46)
StartResources: Skeletal Anatomy Drawing Course Module 1