Imagine there’s a magic pencil…
…and every time you pick up this pencil, you’re able to create incredible drawings like this one — drawings will leave your viewers speechless.
Sadly, we all know there is no such thing as a magic pencil…
If you want to learn how to create drawings like the one above, then what we’re about to share with you is the next best thing…
You see, there’s a master artist who has some of the finest drawing skills in the world. His drawings are highly collectable.
In fact, one of the top realism collectors in the world purchased one of this artist’s sketch pads because he knows it could become a national treasure.
You see, this artist you are about to meet was trained in Florence, Italy, at a very special school that few people in the world ever get to attend. It was there that he discovered these special techniques so few artists possess.
His name is Cesar Santos, and he’s one of the world’s greatest when it comes to drawing the human figure. And when we saw his sketchbooks, we begged him to create a historic documentation of his entire step-by-step process on video.
But we did not want just another drawing video. We wanted a full course that gives you the depth of training that will allow you to create masterful drawings with the skills he teaches you.
Cesar spent weeks preparing for this special video, and created dozens of in-depth drawings, starting with a skeletal drawing, then adding layers of muscles, and then the skin and the textures. He really did his homework to deliver an absolutely top-notch drawing course that will improve your lifetime body of work.
From his early childhood in Cuba, Cesar Santos was always interested in creative arts after, immigrating with his family to Miami, he dreamt of a future as an artist. After attending art school and learning a contemporary view of post-impressionistic principles, Cesar wanted to add to his knowledge by understanding the scientific aspect of painting, so he set off to the Angel Academy in Florence to learn more. He then took that knowledge and blended it with what he had learned and used it to develop his own unique and personal style that reflects both modernism and traditionalism.
Cesar is well known for creating portraits that reflect his passion for the unnoticeable, yet irreplaceable, people of his community.