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💰What is the average price of Drawing lessons?

The average price of Drawing lessons is $18.

However, the price of lessons will depend on a number of factors:

  • The teacher's overall experience
  • The location and format of your lessons: whether you choose to take Drawing lessons online, in-home, at a neutral location, in a group or one-to-one.
  • The duration and frequency of your lessons. Many teachers offer 'Packs' of lessons at a discounted rate.

91% of teachers also offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take private Drawing lessons?

With the help of a personal Drawing teacher you can learn Drawing quickly and in total confidence. 

Our private tutors customise their lessons to suit your needs and help you achieve your personal goals. 

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💻 Can you learn Drawing online?
Most of our drawing teachers offer their drawing lessons lessons online.

To search for an online Drawing teacher use the "webcam" filter in our search engine. Once you've done that you'll be left with only the teachers who offer their Drawing lessons via webcam.

🎓How many tutors are available to give Drawing lessons?
14894 tutors are currently available to give Drawing lessons near you.

You can browse the different tutor profiles to find one that suits you best. 

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If you have any trouble finding a teacher, contact us at gday@superprof.com and we can assist you in your search. 

✒️ How are our Drawing tutors rated?
From a sample of 1824 tutors, students rated their private tutors 5.0 out 5.

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Drawing classes with an experienced drawing teacher

If you’ve ever considered getting drawing lessons, now is the time. Superprof has a range of drawing tutors available for you to book classes and learn the art of drawing and painting. Drawing classes are a great way for beginners or kids to learn the basics of drawing and for more advanced students to get into the details of drawing, or practice for an upcoming exam at school. Superprof makes it easy to browse through our teachers and join an online class, no matter your location. You can join classes based on your location and preference and learn to draw from the comfort of your own home. The first class is free, so you can spend time finding the right course for you.


Why get drawing lessons?

Drawing, painting, and any form of visual art is a great form of self-expression. It’s a relaxing and enjoyable activity anyone can do. You don’t need to be a naturally artistic person to draw–anyone can! Learning with an art teacher in a drawing course is a great way to learn some skills so you can put pen to paper and draw what comes to mind. Starting anything new can be overwhelming. Drawing classes can help guide you in the beginning stages of your art journey. You might be questioning where to begin, like which materials to buy and use. Ultimately you can draw however you want, with whatever you want–that’s the beauty of art–but it’s always good to know what professional artists use.


Your tutor can teach you techniques to get you started. Some pencil drawing techniques for beginners include:


  • Blending
  • Stippling
  • Scribbling
  • Hatching
  • Cross Hatching


If you’re a more experienced artist, drawing classes can help advance your skills. Students enrolled in a tertiary course like a Bachelor of Fine Arts or those studying art at school will benefit from a tutor. Your art tutor will be able to help you with your assignments and exams. In art courses, you may not get the one-on-one support you need to thrive and do your best, so a tutor can help you. Your teacher will be able to introduce you to different artist’s, styles and techniques, which may inspire you to find your own unique style and passion. In class, you can workshop your ideas and refine your techniques. Your teacher can give you hours of support, advice and encouragement and widen your artistic perspective and introduce you to more artist’s work and ideas. Getting the perspective from an experienced artist in the industry is invaluable.


Our creative side often falls to the wayside in our busy lives. A lot of us have fever hours and free time than ever to spare our interests, but creative activities are an important part of a happy life. As kids, we’re encouraged to create art and take time to do fun hobbies. As adults, we’re conditioned to monetise most things we do and be productive all the time, but this is not sustainable. Art is a great way to let our mind relax and focus on a different way of thinking. It’s a great way to wind down, relax and spark creativity. The art of focusing on one thing, being in the present moment, taking your time and creating something beautiful is a form of mindfulness and meditation, which promotes stress relief, prevents over-thinking and encourages us to focus on the present moment. Drawing can cultivate emotional and inner growth, as you express yourself through art. This can help you to understand your own emotions better. On top of this, setting goals to work towards is a great way to feel fulfilled in all areas of your life.


Drawing lessons are a great way to make friends and get involved in the community, whether it’s in class or other thriving artists out of class. You can join an online art community, visit galleries more often, and reach out to your favourite local artists. You could even rent out a studio with other artists to have space to work and workshop ideas. A studio is a great idea as it is a space separate from where you live, so you won’t be surrounded by art supplies and paint all day.  You could start to upload your drawings or paintings online to a platform like Instagram, start an online portfolio, or submit to local magazines. There are plenty of art galleries around Australia, including Melbourne and Sydney. You could open an exhibition of your drawings and paintings.


In just one drawing session, you could grow your confidence and start to label yourself as an artist and take your work more seriously.


Preparing for drawing classes

Once you book lessons, you will need a couple of things to get ready. The first step is to prepare the materials you need for class–your teacher might have a list of what supplies you need and what paper and which pen or pencil to get started with. The next step is to practice in your own time. You could buy a sketchbook to sketch out all of your ideas. It’s a good idea to have a browse online or at galleries for some ideas and food for thought. You might find new favourite artists to draw inspiration from. Drawing from others work and having an idea of what you like is a great way to develop a range of techniques and your own unique style. The most important thing, as cheesy as it sounds, is to have fun with it. Some of the most well-known artists draw what feels true to them and create a distinct style: they’re not necessarily the best artist’s who can paint or draw still life and details perfectly, and you don’t have to be either.


Where could drawing take you?

There are many pathways drawing could take you. You could design logos and labels for companies as a graphic designer, create video animation or create posters. Art and design are used everywhere–there’s really no limit to where your drawing skills could take you.


There’s a range of reasons to attend drawing classes and focus on your creative streak. You will find something in it for you, whether it’s learning new skills or learning how to get started. Don’t hesitate to browse through our drawing teachers and courses and join a class today!

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