In the absence of a good test, it is hard to be sure what level of skill is needed to draw from a drawing, let alone to master it. A drawing-related course can teach you to learn how to interpret a drawing in a way that makes you think about drawing, instead of just accepting the results of the test.
So, what are the benefits of drawing? They range from the immediate (getting an idea of the character within the space) and the long term (making a new connection about how to draw something).
Can I learn to draw?
Yes! Drawing is more than the test; it is an invaluable skill and can be practiced. For more on this, see the drawing/skills section.
How can I get started?
The first step to gaining better drawing skills is to take the drawing/skills test. You don’t need to take this test for the course, but if you decide to take it, make sure you sign up in advance.
We offer the Drawing/skills Test Prep Package ($299) that includes (1) test and (1) course for only $299. If you take the test, we’ll give you a bonus course to study for. Take the course free when you enroll. You can also save $10 by using this link to order your course for $79 and receive the bonus course for only $59.
What courses includes the test?
The course includes both the drawing test and the practice test as well, but you’re not forced to take any one training. You get 3 options:
The Drawing/skills Test Prep Package: This package includes one training session, 3 training files, and a 3×5 post-test survey.
A drawing tutorial book that’s included in the package (see the drawing/skills test preparation section for more information)
This package includes one training session, 3 training files, and a 3×5 post-test survey. Making Sense of a drawing: An extended 3×5 post-test survey covering basic concepts to help you understand the concepts in this course.
An extended 3×5 post-test survey covering basic concepts to help you understand the concepts in this course. An outline of one drawing: This includes an outline of one drawing done by another student and one reference drawing used as an example to reinforce the concepts.
This includes an outline of one drawing done by another student and one reference drawing