Life Drawing Model Jobs Berlin

Life Drawing Model Jobs Berlin

1. NEW LIFE IN HAMBURG : Art Job and Costs

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2. Drink and Draw Berlin: Creativity in Action

Drink and Draw Berlin is an artist community which holds daily live drawing sessions on their houseboat in Berlin Mitte. Their passion is to become better artists and to pursue learning the skills and craftsmanship of creating powerful images and illustrations. Beyond that, they are very community-based and see themselves as a meeting point for artists in Berlin. They connect people and make them feel at home in a big, fast-paced city. In their live drawing session, each viewer is also able to participate from their desks at home. They will bring in 8 to 12 artists that will either draw simultaneously or take turns drawing. These artists will be from completely different fields and backgrounds, including professional concept artists, fine artists, students, hobby artists, and illustrators. It will be interesting to see how their approach to drawing the model differs and which different results they will end up with. Viewers can either draw along or listen in like you would a podcast. There will also be interviews with the artists during the workshop.

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3. Character Design Challenge - Stream

Drink and Draw Berlin- Berlin Swimming Art School -- Watch live at

4. Real Time Drawing: Top 5 Figure Drawing Mistakes for Self-Taught Artists

Avoid these mistakes when drawing the human figure: tracing the outline, drawing too dark too soon, leaving the hands and feet to the last minute and more. See these mistakes demonstrated, and followed up with more effective and efficient techniques for drawing the figure. using stills from Eadweard Muybridge's book "The Human Figure in Action." Drawing demo led by Art Prof Clara Lieu.

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"The Human Figure in Motion" by Eadweard Muybridge:

Conté à Paris Sanguine Sketching Crayons:
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Gesture Drawing Demo of Figures #5:
Gesture Drawing Demo of Figures#6:
Drawing a Seated Figure:



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Clara Lieu was an Adjunct Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design from 2007-2020. Her artwork has been exhibited at the International Print Center NY, the Currier Museum, Childs Gallery, the Davis Museum, and more. Lieu received an artist fellowship from the MA Cultural Council, has written for the NY Times, and lectured at Brown University, the NAEA conference, and in Vancouver & China. She has been profiled in Artsy, Hyperallergic, KPCC, & WBUR.


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5. Drink and Draw Berlin - Dynamic Actionposes!

Lifedrawing Session, we used Studio Grafits Photopack! -- Watch live at

6. Drink and Draw Berlin - Potrait Session

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7. Drink and Draw Berlin - Portraits again!

Back to the roots :) Drinking and Drawing! -- Watch live at

8. Life drawing with Sue Tilley featuring Adam Wide as model and muse

Life Drawing with Sue Tilley’ was broadcast weekly from March 2020 to March 2021 on Isolation Station Hastings, an online community live-streaming channel which was a platform for local events during the covid pandemic.

Part ‘life drawing class’ and part celebrity interview, the show saw the iconic artist Sue Tilley invite an infamous friend each week to pose for an online audience, who would all sketch away and submit questions while Sue and her model had a candid chit chat.

These funny, open and uncensored conversations would often touch on deep issues - relationships, addiction, love, death, pop stardom and, of course, isolation.

The show quickly became one of the most popular weekly events on Isolation Station with thousands of portraits created. It also provided a moment for people to be together, during a period when isolation was causing significant challenges to many.

This playlist of videos encapsulates a collective moment in time when being together and sharing space – even digitally – became desperately needed.

Most importantly, it demonstrates that anyone can be an artist and the process of creating is something everyone should enjoy, something Sue Tilly passionately believes in.

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Original live broadcasts with comments:

Selection of portraits sent in from viewers:

‘Life Drawing with Sue Tilley’ was funded and produced by Isolation Station Hastings and Home Live Art

9. Loneliness improved my Art and Mindset 🌱 Forest Visit + Paint with me ✨ Cozy Art Vlog

Beeing alone can be great too! Showing you in this video how loneliness helped me to improve my Painting skills and overall mindset. Influence from outside can be so powerfull but did you ever listened to you inner Voice? How powerfull that one can be too? When you learn to trust your intuition, your path in life can become more clear. And beside that talk I will show you the process of a big oilpainting and we will visit a big forest . Everything is filmed and edited by myself.
Hope you enjoy this Art Vlog❣️

⭐Tutorials & more on

🌸 My other socials:
Tik Tok:

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-Polychromos Color Pencils Set:
(I own the Set of 24)
-Archers Drawing Paper:
-Paper for Gouache or Watercolor:
(I have different sizes and cut them also in smaller rectangles, tested so many it´s my most favourite )
-Schmincke Horadam Gouache, 15ml Tubes:
-Oil Paint from Old Holland, 40ml Tubes: ( its oilcolor for advanced painters, make sure to be familiar with anatomy, proportions, value etc before using it :)
-Luminescent Watercolor:
-kneaded eraser
-Blending stump set (eraser included)
-Washitape, in a color you like :) I use it so my watercolorpaper stays flat.
-Filbert and Flat brushes in various sizes from cheap to really expensive
-Easel big (similar)
-Easel small (similar)

📚Books, Lets get smart:
-A Garden Eden; Botanical Illustrations
-Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends
-Klimt (Basic art Series)
-The World of Ornament
-Jewelry from Renessaince to Art Deco it´s a japanese book I found on the street, sadly I can´t find it online
-Anatomy books:
I have a german one by Gottfried Bammes, „die Gestalt des Menschen“ but there are also some american books by Andrew Loomis for example which are great too! I am Selftaught and we don´t learn painting techniques etc at our school. As I said in the last videos, I have my knowledge from books and the Web. Most of them are free :)

Inspiring books:
-Mastery, Robert Greene
-The Alchemist, A Fable About Following Your Dream
-Listen to podcasts, audiobooks while painting. Time flys while you create. And it makes the first steps of sitting down and beginning to create easier and you get even smarter +1
Here is something I listened to last week:
About Cognitive Control/ Focus :

I take my notes in a Moleskine cahier, set of 3, Pocket/ A6, in pastell colors for notes :) or the dotted version

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-Editing program: Adobe Premiere Pro
-Thumbnails in Photoshop
-Animations After Effects

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About me: I´m Valerie and I moved almost two years ago to Berlin to study Finearts. I love creating and I want to share my progress of becoming an artist with you guys. Also I like to give you good vibes :) Much love, Valerie 🌸

10. Weird Things I learned at Art School in Germany

Get a print, original or comic:
0:00 Intro
0:57 Getting into art School
4:32 Not really Hogwarts & my first painting class
7:34 The House of Graphique
10:16 Sculpture and Arts meets Computer Science
15:38 Do not talk about Baselitz
19:23 Conclusion

(1) "This isn't ART?"
(4) "What do you do in Art School?"
(5) Gary Hill - Figuring Grounds

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Questions about materials, brushes, colors, paper etc.?
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Ink / Colors / Material used:
Watercolor (Schmincke), Colorex (Ink) and Pencil on Arches hotpressed watercolor paper (300g)
23 x 31cm

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11. How can learning life drawing can transform creative work

A talk by Leo Rain at #1, June 14, 2020

12. GARY MILLER 1975 London & USA

Gary Miller
Fine artist Gary Miller was born and raised in South London. At 16 he went to East Surrey School of Art and Design, where he studied painting and textiles with a focus on fashion design. After completing his studies at his hometown Croydon College, this was followed by a BFA Degree in Fashion Design and Textiles from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication.
Moving to NYC in 1995 to start his career as a fashion designer where he worked until 2013, when he moved to San Francisco. Gary completed his MFA in Fine Art painting and drawing at the Academy of Art University and is also the Director of the School of Fashion. AAU is a University that supports Artists for Artists.

On influences: Citing his grandmother as a huge influence; she was a seamstress who taught him about fabrics, pattern cutting, hand sewing, and embroidery techniques which he practiced as a child, wanting to learn her skills. Throughout his professional career he continued to draw at life drawing classes in NYC and SF, experimenting with various pens, inks, pastels, paints, and collage. Gary has lived in various cities that have “exposed me to some amazing exhibitions”.  Some notable visual memories from artists whose work has stuck with him: Damion Hirst’s ‘A Thousand Years‘ at Saatchi Gallery, Mickalene Thomas’s ‘Origin of the Universe‘ at the Brooklyn Museum, Nick Cave’s sound suits at Jack Shainmans Gallery, Matthew Barney’s ‘Cremaster‘ series, Alberto Burri’s ‘The Trauma of Painting‘ at the Guggenheim and Kerry James Marshall’s ‘Mastry‘ & ‘Unfinished- Thoughts Left Behind’ at The Met Breuer to name just a few.
Instagram has opened his eyes wider, enjoying the work of Ryan Hewett, Loribelle Spirovski, Bisa Butler, Alice Neal, Joseph Lee, Pascal Marlin, Cai Guo-Qiang and Justin Bower. My career as an artist has, in some ways, just begun so, right now, I am working things out and learning. I would appreciate a mentor of some kind, if anyone is reading this and wants to help me out please DM me…!

On practice: Drawing most days as part of his work as a designer was mostly design sketches, so it was not until his MFA thesis that he was forced to address what he really liked – “a long and strange process to ask myself what I liked – it was very uncomfortable and still is to a degree. Like most creatives you see room for growth or development in each thing you do as each piece is successful to a to varying degree”.

Before Covid-19, his process began by photographing a model using various height platforms, stairs, or chairs to achieve a sense of distortion or forced perspective. Having never been interested in replicating photo-realistic art, he always knew he wanted to distort familiarity.  It has been pointed out to that that these images often look like selfies, so during lockdown he connected with models and photographers on Instagram who have a similar distorted viewpoint and was granted permission to use their images as arranging my own photo shoots are not possible right now.

On themes: “I get bored quickly and enjoy mixed-media techniques”. Trying any combination of materials and techniques together to see the outcome, “It is rare I only just paint”. You will often see various techniques in each piece by Gary as he wants the viewer to see the process. “Over the last few years, as I produce more work, I realized I am creating a study of the male body one part at a time – faces, hands, necks, elbows, and armpits. On some level, I know these can all be associated with various fetishes, which has been an underlying theme in all my work”.

On advice: “A good friend told me that life is a series of chapters that you have no control over, so embrace change and be open to all things new“.

On goals: “In X number of years, to be signed with a gallery(s), become established and to have a solo exhibition”.

13. Chiustream - tips on starting your own studio and more

Chiustream is a live and interactive stream about art and life as an artist. Watch Bobby draw and answers questions live. Hosted by Bobby Chiu and guest Masae Seki of Imaginism Studios. Visit for art education.

Schoolism LIVE Workshop tour 2017
Ottawa February 4, 2017
Seattle March 2-3, 2017
Florence March 17-18, 2017
Calgary end of April 2017
Beijing May 20-21, 2017
London June 3-4, 2017
Berlin June 10-11, 2017
Portland September 16-17, 2017
Copenhagen October 14-15, 2017

14. Steve Jobs Time Lapse Drawing

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15. Vlog No. 60 - Life Painting

I'm Siri Berlin, artist and coach from Berlin. This is No. 60 of my 99-days-vlog challenge which I do on Facebook. Today I had the luck to paint a beautiful woman from one of my life drawing meetings. The complete painting process as time lapse will be online soon.
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