HomeArticlesWeek 1: Master Studies – Noah’s Art Camp Week 1: Master Studies – Noah’s Art Camp By Frank Lundy October 12, 2019 Articles, Blog 33 Comments Tags:art, art demo, art school, art video, artist, artwork, camp, color, concept art, concept design, draw, drawing, Drawings, how to, illustration, landscape, master study, noah bradley, paint, painting, paintings, sketch, Speed, speedpaint, tutorial, visual art Related Posts 5 TIPS to IMPROVE your art! 【Sketchbook secrets that worked for me】 How to paint like Yayoi Kusama – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO DRAW MY LIFE | Mumbiker Nikhil About Author admin 33 Comments Larraine Hall February 10, 2017 It would really help if the black/white grey scale is as bid as the original. I find myself squinting just following the grey scale. I got out of the tutorial out of frustration. Also, you overstate thr obvious, too much repetition. We are beginners, but intelligent. Reply Dan 1994 April 20, 2017 MASTER Reply GyariSan1 April 24, 2017 Thanks for this! Am planning to sign up to sign up to the Camp once I have free time on hand 😀 Reply Kevin Lee April 27, 2017 Hey Noah great vids. Would you be so kind and share your sketch brush and paint brush you used in the tutorial? Thanks Reply Blake Thoennes May 20, 2017 I'm curious if also studying from (concept) artists with these methods would help improve my skills as well and maybe focus the concept art style a little more or if only doing master studies is the way to go? Reply Aliana Jacobs June 18, 2017 wow Noah every time I hear you speak when I am drawing you inspire me to become better. You have a soothing voice I love watching your videos and I am going to lay of the games and draw more. Thank you for sharing your knowledge 🙂 greetings from Belgium if I would ever meet you in real life I would give you chocolates from Belgium! Reply animosity IV August 18, 2017 Thank you so much!! This helps a lot! :') Reply Zainah Sayed Hossen September 8, 2017 Learnt way more than my years in uni xD Great vid! Reply rov. October 4, 2017 I really learn a lot. Thank you, sir. Reply Constant Learner November 27, 2017 Is there any way to do perspective studies ? Reply Hearty Achiever December 19, 2017 Is there a free version of all art camp videos or does anybody know something similiar like his videos. I can't afford his videos. Reply Loli Oratoria January 30, 2018 "testing testing testing" xD Reply Nati Lopes March 14, 2018 what brush are u using? Reply ShawN shawN April 25, 2018 Great idea. I don't think we did Master Studies in my 3 years in a BFA. So sad. This would have been major help to get to good composition. Reply ShawN shawN April 25, 2018 Love how you uncover that the sun lighting is completely reversed in one landscape yet looks right except for the sun placement behind. Reply ねじゅ# May 13, 2018 残念、英語がわからん Reply Alex Hegarty May 15, 2018 This is amazing. I'm colorblind, but still not far off when I do colorpick (at least sometimes). Is the advice that "you'll see more colors" and be more accurate true for colorblind people? Also how in the heck is Bradley doing the side by side in photoshop? Is this a video edit? Reply RaufossMk211 June 29, 2018 Great stuff, Noah! I've been following your work for some years now, and you've made some really inspiring paintings throughout the years. It seems like you're really into this romantic and dramatic scenery, so I figured I would mention some Norwegian national-romantic landscape painters (yes, they're are dead :)) in case you haven't heard about them; Adolph Tidemand, Hans Gude, Johan Christian Dahl, Peder Balke and August Cappelen (among others). Keep up the good work! Reply Checkers BiForce December 18, 2018 "If all the artist you study are dead. That’s great." Reply Sam Wilbur January 28, 2019 So damn good! love your videos man! just discovered them and they're still so relevant! Do you think it's a good idea or counter-productive to lay out a Rule of third grid over the reference image as well as the blank canvas to help with locating landmarks and focal points and ensure things line up in the right places? or is that going a bit too far? Reply Star Spotted March 18, 2019 35:04 (bookmark!) Reply Blade of the Darkmoon April 2, 2019 Someome pls recommend me some dead artist. I don't know any Reply Conor Sullivan April 16, 2019 Any of those who are revisiting this video or discovering it for the first time (like me), I found this amazing website filled with hi res masters paintings – https://www.kaifineart.com/ or the pinterest version – https://www.pinterest.co.uk/kaifineart/old-master-painting/ Reply jérémy pajot April 20, 2019 Hello, How do you do to open this workspace in photoshop? When I am in full screen mode, It only shows me one image and I can't see my reference picture. Reply SonnyBurnett2008 May 1, 2019 whats the brush tool you used here? Chalk? Mine is slightly different to be chalk. Reply gearhead May 1, 2019 is there a site where all the master study refrence artist works are present ? Reply Chris Nawara May 30, 2019 This was invaluable for me. Thank you, Noah! Reply Krose00 June 14, 2019 is opacity on ? Reply Paul Tudor June 19, 2019 I am interested in Art Camp and Would like to sign up but I am uncertain if I can stay awake for a whole two hours video. Passive learning does not suit me. Reply mrebholz June 23, 2019 That’s exactly what Leonardo did, he studied the really really dead. Reply Kenyce June 24, 2019 Back from 1 year watching this not applying the practice. I'm gonna start applying this knowledge Reply Cathy T July 17, 2019 Thank you so much. I see this is an old post, but it's still worthy. It's something I needed. Reply luke fiori July 17, 2019 Is the "rule" of keeping less than 3/4 values valid for colors too? Reply 붓잡지 않는 남자[brush writer] August 16, 2019 very nice~ Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.