• Your roadmap to

    Figure drawing confidence

  • Figure drawing is wonderful but difficult

    Lets take it one step at a time

  • Figure drawing should be

    Fun, accessible and expressive



Figure drawing can be overwhelming. Lets take it one guided step at a time



Lets not just do 'correct' figure drawing, lets get to YOUR figure drawing



You learn best by doing. Each extra bit of knowledge needs lots of guided practice.

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Hi Kenzo, definitely like the course a lot. It’s very informative, and I really appreciate the specific and quick response on the critique forum. Being self taught and not having art teachers I find this to be a huge help, and can already see myself getting better and moving towards my goals. Thanks, your class is appreciated.


Finally, someone has provided a progression of how to move through the content in a seamless and engaging way which builds on previous information – what a relief. You have my gratitude! I have already applied the instruction from the Understanding Movement video in my life drawing session last night – it made an immediate difference in my gesture drawings and in the composition of an extremely foreshortened pose … Thanks for creating this wonderful place to learn.


Hi Kenzo I’m finding the online course very useful particularly the blog, podcast and video sections and the artwork is inspiring. I am not a complete beginner and find the course a good way to pull together my other reading and work to date. A word of caution though – I think it could be misused as a procrastination tool!. It’s a great resource and am sure it will be a long term part of my artistic practice.