What is Drawabox?
Drawabox is, at its core, a community of people developing their drawing skills. Our members range from total beginners, to self-taught artists seeking more structured ways to practice, to established artists looking to sharpen their skills.
This community revolves around a set of free lessons that have been written, rewritten, adjusted, modified, and rewritten again countless times, as I've gone from regurgitating the lessons I learned from Peter Han's Visual Communication and Dynamic Sketching course in 2013 (which itself is Peter's version of the late Norm Schureman's teachings), to establishing specific concepts I felt were keenly important for beginners to grasp and removing others that I felt were, at least at this early stage, unnecessary.
Drawabox's goal is to provide beginners with a strong foundation, and to equip them with the things a lot of other courses and tutorials tend to take for granted.
It is not going to make you a professional on its own, but it will teach you how to practice, how to use the resources available to you on the internet, and equip you with the tools and skills you need to take advantage of them. Think of Drawabox as one big tutorial zone in a sandbox game; it'll take a while to get through it, but once you're done, you'll be ready to enter a world full of fun and interesting sources of instruction.