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Traditional Art: Human Anatomy

Traditional Art: Human Anatomy


Drawing the human body is one of the criterion in which an artist’s skills are measured upon. It is literally and figuratively the life of the drawing. Therefore, this course aims to aid artists in mastering their skill in character design; particularly those who feel their weakness in anatomy is holding them back from the recognition they deserve. The bottom line is: if anatomy drawing is one of your biggest cruxes, this course is for you.

We throw away conventions in learning from boring, stuffy and early morning lessons in the drawing studios copying onto newsprint from a live figure, all without really understanding it. We want to teach you HOW to construct what you’re seeing in your head from the skeleton to the muscles, yet without getting overly technical at the same time. Don’t worry, this isn’t medical school.


Ultimately, we aim to equip you with the navigational know-how and methodology in anatomy drawing for your journey as a growing artist, so that you may take to heart these practices and master your craft.

Course Summary:​​

1st session: Introduction to Anatomy, Drawing the Head, Measurements & Angles, Common Mistakes & Remedies

2nd session: Drawing the Torso - front and back, Landmarks & Measurements. Common Mistakes & Remedies

3rd session: Drawing the Hips and Legs, Common Mistakes & Remedies

4th session: Drawing the Hands & Feet, Common Mistakes & Remedies


Final Session: Full Figure Drawing, Parting Tips


Basic Drawing Familiarity & Knowledge i.e. Drawing circles and other basic shapes

Recommended for Ages:



5 Sessions at 150 mins per week

Lesson Fees:


* Trial Classes is available at $50 for new students.

(All materials are provided)

Meet the Instructor

Irfan Yang

Digital Media Design

Owner, Irfan Yang Illustration and Design

Irfan Yang is a Designer who works across multiple fields as well as a professional Illustrator with 4 years of experience under his belt.

Class Schedule









7:00pm - 9.30pm

7:00pm - 9.30pm



Instructor's Artwork

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