Professional motion picture, animation, comic and video game illustrator Marshall Vandruff's popular Animal Anatomy Crash Course is coming to The Art Institute of California - San Diego.
"If you've ever wondered how masters of drawing can draw a horse leaping or a bear dancing without copying photographs, this crash-course is for you," said Vandruff.
"It will show you how to confidently draw animals from imagination as well as to interpret what you see when drawing from real animals - those mysterious bumps on a lion's limbs will make sense when you know the underlying structure. This course is similar to the Human Anatomy for Artists Seminar but focused on animals. We will compare various types of four-legged animals with humans, always with an emphasis on how to master 'form in space' so they look realistic, alive, and authoritative."
The course is being offered over four consecutive Fridays, April 21-May 12, 6-10 pm. Cost for full course is $140 or $50 per session. Further information and registration is available at Vandruff's web site