Fabulous Faces – Course Information

Fabulous Faces – Workshop Information

*Fabulous Faces*
Mixed Media Portrait Art Workshop

Now Available on DVD or Online Download!

Have you always wanted to create pretty portraits? Are you fascinated with drawing faces but can’t quite get them to look the way you want? Then this might be the course for you! Learn how to draw and shade a front facing portrait as well as a 3 quarter and a profile one! In addition you’ll be learning about adding extra elements to your piece and background integration as well!

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Student Feedback:
“I loved this class. Not only was the work presented in an easy to understand set of PDFs and, more importantly, wonderfully made videos…but Tam, as instructor, comes across as a truly caring and nurturing person. I’ve never before taken an on-line class where I felt as if I was in the same room as the instructor…and that she really wanted her students to succeed and feel good about themselves. Thanks Tam, for a wonderful learning experience.”
-Irene Watts
Las Vegas, NV USA

Scroll down to read what other students have said about the course.

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What You’re Buying

Online Downloads: If you buy the ‘downloads – only’ option, you will NOT get a DVD. You will be given access to an online group from where you can download all the videos and PDFs.

DVD: Please note: the DVD you are buying is a DATA DVD. The file format of the videos on the DVD is in .mov. This means you cannot watch the files on your TV unless your DVD player specfically plays the above mentioned file format. The files on the DVD can be played on PCs or MACs using either Quicktime (.mov files) or VLC Player.I strongly recommend Quicktime for .mov files though as the VLC player tends to distort the videos ever so slightly.

You get 1 DVD disc which contains 9 .mov files (about 9 hours of lessons in total) and 7 PDF files. A supply list and course outline is also included on the DVD in PDF format. The DVD case has a professionally printed sleeve covering it.

 

Fabulous Faces ran live during January & February 2010 and has since had over 960+ students sign up! On my most popular course you can learn how to create beautiful faces. Have you always wanted to create pretty portraits? Are you fascinated with drawing faces but can’t quite get them to look the way you want? Then this might be the course for you! Learn how to draw and shade a front facing portrait as well as a 3 quarter and a profile one! In addition you’ll be learning about adding extra elements to your piece and background integration as well! Sign up now, or click HERE to find out more about the course.

Technical requirements: the .mov files play best in the software program Quicktime. You can also play them in VLC player but I noticed that VLC distorts my videos slightly so I highly recommend playing them in Quicktime (this programme can be downloaded for free off the internet).

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The DVDs contains 9 video files covering 6 weeks of mixed media portrait art lessons. Pls note that I have NOT taken out little chats or comments which related to events or circumstances happening at the time.

On the disc you will find 7 PDFs that look at the methods and techniques that were covered in the videos and some of them list exercises and/or homework.

The course goes over 3 diferent portrait positions (front facing/ 3 quarter & profile) and also looks at adding extra elements and background integration.

Course skill level:
Beginner & Intermediate

Course Outline

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Student Feedback
(with permission)
“If you’ve never had ART training before but would like to try out to see if you can bring out that little artsy side of yourself, you’ll be amazed how far you can go with Willowing’s course. She runs this online Art workshops in a very safe and encouraging environment. She gives you extensive content full of information in her high quality videos and you get to network with students. She gives special attention to every single student in a caring manner. It’s really amazing and I highly recommend taking one of her workshop.”
– Sung-Hee (Regina) Hong
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“A very well put together course, covering many aspects of portraiture in an easy to understand way, with a direct line to the instructor for tips, tricks, and helpful critiques. “
– Emily Earl, Chatsworth, CA

“the course was the reason why a stayed awake till 1pm… to watch the new video ;)

step-by-step tutorial on how to draw faces and a guide on how to use different materials”

- Nicole Walther
Germany

“Hummm… Enlightening. Wonderful and useful advice. More like a guide to help you explore your creativity no limits. Tam is generous with her time, her positive communication skills. Overall… I’ll take another course with her in a snap!”
- Isabelle Lauzier,
Montreal, Quebec Canada

“You’re gonna learn to draw portraits easily and without stress because Tam is a lovely girl who takes time to explain and give all the details you need.”

- Peggy Petit
Paris, France

“Fabulous Faces is a brilliant course, if you are interested in drawing and painting then you really should do this course.”

- Julie Stenning,
Forest of Dean, UK

“One of my biggest handicaps with drawing the human body has always been faces, so I have always stayed away from faces. This course has given me the freedom to try, make mistakes and try again, to the point where I am now comfortable to draw faces. The teaching was comprehensive, and very easy to understand. This was also the next best thing to being in a classroom. Learning at my own pace meant no pressure, and feedback always encouraging. A very pleasurable course.”

- Kelly, Japan

“I was amazed how much I learned so fast. The shading help and drawing tips were exactly what I needed. Tam is an awesome teacher and lots of fun.”

-Kathryn Bernier, Bangor Maine, USA

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