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In Melbourne, the average cost of drawing classes is $27.
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97% of our instructors on Superprof give their first session free.
Learning to draw is a favourite pastime for many people and offers a number of benefits. Did you know that drawing helps brain development and improves hand-eye coordination?
On top of this, drawing provides you with a creative outlet and a chance to develop a new skill that will impress those around you.
On Superprof you can learn to draw in whatever style interests you most. Whether you are interested in learning to draw manga characters or cartoons, illustration, life drawing, and more.
Sign up for private drawing lessons and learn how to draw with the help of a certified private tutor.
Whether you want to take private lessons from your home or at an outside location, pick your teacher and book your drawing course today.
A messaging system allows you to get in contact with your teacher to organise your drawing lessons whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or take online classes
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Learn new drawing techniques with a private tutor from Superprof. Connect with experienced artists online to master new art forms faster and to perfect your craft.
Many of our drawing teachers also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private tutors across our platform give drawing classes via Skype.
To find available classes online, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available instructors who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via webcam offer you more benefits. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
There are currently 30 teachers available to teach art classes in Melbourne and the suburban areas.
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From a sample of 7 ratings, pupils scored their drawing teachers an average of 5.0 out of five.
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The wonderful thing about drawing is the freedom an artist has to imagine and create extraordinary pieces of art in their studio.
Medium: This refers to what materials artists are using in their drawings. The first step is thinking about what look and feel you want to achieve in your lessons, and how confident you are to learn with each. Tutors will often start their students on pencil. There are various types you can draw with, for example, charcoal, graphite, or coloured pencils. The advantage point here in your classes is a quick and easy cleanup.
Technique: This next step refers to how an artist will do their drawing. The simple ‘scribble’ is a well-known drawing technique for kids where the hand is free to just randomly move around the paper and create basic abstract forms and lines. In your art tutorials, your teacher may often like to 'blend' or ‘cross-hatch’ (where lines are used to create light, darkness, or texture on paper). There are plenty of techniques for students to read up on online!
Subject matter: Refers to what the drawing is about. A great point to start in your drawing courses is using the humble apple. Fruit is a popular choice of ‘still life’ for beginner students and their teachers to make use of. Look for small household objects or something basic in your workshop to practice with, a flower, vase, book, etc. You may be inspired to draw a landscape (mountain location, Sydney beach) or perhaps take your class to an iconic Melbourne laneway to paint.
Style: The genre or movement of art, the overall look of the drawing. Sidney Nolan, originally from Melbourne, is a key figure in modern art painting around Australia and the world. Modern drawings can be inspired by minimalist design or filled with geometric lines. Surely you read about Da Vinci in school, one of the most well-known Renaissance artists of all time whose drawings show an incredible range of technique and perspective.
Like many art forms, drawing lessons are an opportunity to express your thoughts and ideas creatively. Starting with just a basic pencil, you have a chance to put down on paper what you see in your mind and visualise the world from a completely new perspective.
Have you ever looked at an artwork and felt a certain way? Through drawing, people can also express how they feel. Channelling your emotions into your work can help others reflect on their own thoughts. With a Superprof art course, you are not only learning from the best tutors but are stimulating your mind through creating artwork and exploring the use of different colours, textures, and design! Many tutors will agree that drawing or painting is both a satisfying activity for students and rewarding experience along the line, especially when you finish a new art piece and feel a sense of accomplishment.
You may be drawing to learn something new from your teacher or just for the sake of enjoyment, either way is sure to improve your mood. Some may find drawing courses a form of creative stress relief when life becomes demanding. Putting pencil to paper in your class can be a small source of distraction for a couple of hours, a way of taking your mind off things. For children, drawing lessons can boost memory skills and concentration in school. Whereas adults who like to create more complex drawings will also bring their maths and decision-making skills into the course as they make artwork.
Taking a lesson with a Superprof teacher is the first step to improving your skills. Kids don’t need to be ‘naturally talented’ at painting or have the best techniques for their artwork, only a willingness to learn! Forget the pressure to label yourself a professional artist, beginners can find a range of basic courses online through Superprof tutors that will help them gain great art skills. Painting classes are a great start if you are keen to practice the fundamentals of arts with your tutors (perspective, light, vanishing point, use of line, etc). During your lessons, your tutor will show you step-by-step on how to bring your best work to life. But you don’t have to paint by the book! Feel free to experiment in the studio with colour, charcoal, oil, or whatever you can find. Beginners students may even want to spend a few hours at some local life drawings events! Your teacher is there to help your learning and give you feedback throughout the course on your work and techniques. Use the tutorial to practice with your pencils or charcoal, and figure out your own creative art style.
As the culture capital of Australia, Melbourne is home to a multitude of talented artists and creatives. Many of whom are tutors offering drawing courses on Superprof. If you are wanting to learn how to draw, look no further!
To find the right lesson for you, you’ll need to read through the tutors’ profiles online. A private course is a fantastic option for tailored one-to-one support. Otherwise, group lessons or events are a great place to meet fellow students and make contact with other creative artists in Melbourne. These classes are an affordable alternative to art school. Some Superprof tutors will even offer the first tutorial for free, and if you’re planning to have regular courses, you may like to ask for a discount fee down the line or see if online classes are available. Mention whether you need a beginners' class or an intermediate lesson when you contact or email prospective tutors. It is a good idea to discuss how many hours you are interested in, the location of the workshop, and whether the class can be done in your home or somewhere close to where you live. Make contact with a Superprof art teacher and develop your drawing techniques and skills today!