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    Adaptive learning & practice engine for anatomy drawing

    Here's the Wysp "learn to draw" engine. It's an online tool that:

    • Gives you series of artistic references to sketch in limited time
    • Teaches you how to break down body parts into geometric shapes, and develop an artistic understanding of anatomy
    • Provides you with an optimal revision schedule of what you've been learning, based on the notion of "spaced repetition", so you can learn quickly and for the long term
    • Allows you to track your progress on what you're trying to learn

    So far there is one free course (about drawing hands), and one $2 course (with a free first session), about male anatomy.

    Do you guys think this is something you could use?

    Adaptive learning & practice engine for anatomy drawing

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    To be honest I don't really care for the artwork. There are better anatomy books and you can just time yourself if you really want to do that. The only thing I like is how it tells you how close you were to the drawing. Which can be a good thing but also a bad thing. The person drawing should look at their finished drawing and be able to critique it themselves and say what can be improved. To always have a program do that for you might hinder that. As long as the person knows that they should analyze their drawings and such I guess it's fine.
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