08 August 2005, 04:08 PM
Wanna go straight to the class?Just click: (

Hi Guys Roberto here,

My good friend Rebecca is about to start her first CG workshop
and I wanted to invite you guys to join it.

You may know her as the moderator of the Artistic Anatomy and Figurative Art ( forum. A forum that I consider to be one of our hidden gems.

She has already written a ton of FREE drawing workshops on her site and this is her first admission only class. Rebecca studied Illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall among others.

If you want a taste of how good she is as a teacher, just go to her site, you will be in for a very pleasant surprise.:

Quote from the CGWORKSHOP site:

"Faithful and elegant depiction of the human form has been a goal of artists for centuries. Even today the beautiful, ancient, figurative studies of the old masters are still admired by artists and regarded as artistic benchmarks.

In this course Rebecca Kimmel will draw on her extensive formal training under master instructors Burne Hogarth, Harry Carmean, and Richard Bunkall to instill the basics required to accurately and faithfully interpret the human form.

Rebecca will work from the 'inside out' studying skeletal, musculatory and anatomical form as a basis for excellent figurative illustration. This course is a must for any 2D artists wanting to gain the necessary skills to illustrate accurate human figures. However the technical study of the human body will also provide an excellent grounding for 3d modelers who like to draw and intend to model the human form."

>>CLASS Link<< (


08 August 2005, 07:56 PM
heh,all the stuff in this workshop is the stuff i was waiting for her to teach for free.

ah well,sumone lend me 400 bucks and i'm in.

08 August 2005, 08:16 PM

Aw shucks, thanks for posting this! :) I'm very excited about this and greatly looking forward to my first CGWorkshop. It is a big honor and a thrill, and I'm hoping it will be a great success!

Cheers! :)


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