Art For the All Ages (Even Adults)

Created for children aged 5 right through to adults, each video takes you on a journey. From beginners through to intermediate budding artists, to adults who want to simply learn a new hobby. Inspired by Harry Potter, with a sense of mystery and fun, Terry uses a split-screen to capture both easel and her conversational teaching style.

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Designed so that you can watch one video or settle into an afternoon of drawing. The videos don’t require you to have watched any of the others, so you can easily pick one that interests you, or take the entire 12 at a discounted rate. A small investment, for hours of fun and a lifetime of knowledge. Creative expression is so important in 2020 and has many wellness benefits.
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Presented by Terry Taylor, who is an international fine artist based in Melbourne. Each 30 – 60 minute instructional video takes you through the step-by-step creative process to create your own masterpiece. With over 30 years of experience, teaching both children and adults, Terry is engaging and entertaining as you put charcoal to paper and learn the art of drawing faces. Whether your aim is to perfect the eye, mouth or a complete portrait either front-on or as a profile, all angles are covered. Check out the videos below or read what other people have said about the videos.

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A FEW TIPS

Firstly don’t say “oh I can’t do this I’m not artistic!”

For beginners, particularly children as young as five and six it is essential to watch the video first to understand about the way in which I draw from a life model. After that it’s best to start with the videos on the facial features and work up to the full portraits. Remember not to challenge yourself too much because all artistic natured children/people have a high level of perfection and become easily upset if they do not achieve a ‘good’ result in the first go.  Easy does it, slow down and breathe is the way I do things when my own painting offers too many challenges all in one go!  The videos should be viewed and worked from many times over as the only way to improve is through practise so don’t be impatient. Over time continue to watch and to draw from all of the videos and you will see how your work develops.

Carine

“You are Rosie’s guidance Terry and she’s loving the online classes – hope to see you in Term 3. Thank you.”
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2020-05-26T12:00:51+00:00
“You are Rosie’s guidance Terry and she’s loving the online classes – hope to see you in Term 3. Thank you.”

Melanie Jessica

We really enjoyed ourselves. I thought the pace was good and we liked the two screens, where we could see the drawing and what you were doing. 
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2020-05-26T12:13:21+00:00
We really enjoyed ourselves. I thought the pace was good and we liked the two screens, where we could see the drawing and what you were doing. 

Jordarna Eloise

Eloise is about to turn 6. I was a little concerned that she may be too young for classes but she loved it. She thought it was ‘the best’ and also that you are ‘super good’.  I sketched along with her and really enjoyed myself too. It’s great to be able to pause as well via video. Thank you.
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2020-05-26T12:14:07+00:00
Eloise is about to turn 6. I was a little concerned that she may be too young for classes but she loved it. She thought it was ‘the best’ and also that you are ‘super good’.  I sketched along with her and really enjoyed myself too. It’s great to be able to pause as well via video. Thank you.

Annelise

“Here is my drawing from the video, it’s good to draw from. I’m really enjoying the video's. I’ll do the nose next, and I hope you enjoy your week!”
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2020-05-26T10:41:11+00:00
“Here is my drawing from the video, it’s good to draw from. I’m really enjoying the video's. I’ll do the nose next, and I hope you enjoy your week!”

Anna Jayme

“Jayme is loving her online classes and is doing quite well, in my humble proud mum opinion.”
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2020-05-26T11:45:59+00:00
“Jayme is loving her online classes and is doing quite well, in my humble proud mum opinion.”

Charlotte

“Hi Terry, I found it a bit hard at first but it was really good to do.”
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2020-05-26T12:08:53+00:00
“Hi Terry, I found it a bit hard at first but it was really good to do.”

Ally April

“We did it!! Ally says the eyes were the hardest part so she had to re-do it but still managed to pick up pace. She also added earring just to stay true to the character. Thank you Terry, wonderful tutorial and we sure will watch and practice again!”
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2020-05-26T10:40:22+00:00
“We did it!! Ally says the eyes were the hardest part so she had to re-do it but still managed to pick up pace. She also added earring just to stay true to the character. Thank you Terry, wonderful tutorial and we sure will watch and practice again!”

Lena Greg

“After some very long holidays … Greg has resumed his classes online with our brilliantly creative Terry Taylor. Terry made a series of video tutorials of How to Draw a Human Face. Greg’s first choice was doing an Eye and the Teeth. Looking forward to doing more!!” – Lena
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2020-05-26T12:05:56+00:00
“After some very long holidays … Greg has resumed his classes online with our brilliantly creative Terry Taylor. Terry made a series of video tutorials of How to Draw a Human Face. Greg’s first choice was doing an Eye and the Teeth. Looking forward to doing more!!” – Lena
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