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Logo design, graphic design, caricatures, doodles and on and on. There is a never-ending array of drawing styles that could be categorized as “art.” While there’s no knocking logo design and other graphic paint jobs of that ilk, there’s something to drawing the human form that seems to touch upon the divine.

We all want to be able to do it, and some of us are decent, even without professional training, but when you see someone create a perfect rendition of the human figure with little more than a paint brush or a pencil, it seems pointless to even try. But if this recent pandemic that’s driven us indoors has given us anything, it’s given us time. That’s time to learn a hobby or get really good at something you’ve always wanted to do. I’m talking about art at a professional level.

If you’ve wanted to draw like the pros, wielding a pencil, paint brush or other writing tool as if it were a magic wand, then is your best bet. Proko tutorials are a fun way to learn how to draw, allowing you to better retain the information and techniques related to the art form. Choose from hundreds of free drawing lessons, with engaging, high-quality and humorous video tutorials.

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Each video screams “high quality” and features renowned artist Stan Prokopenko, hence the name “Proko.” You’ll tackle several categories of drawing on your journey, including learning about portrait drawing, figure drawing and caricatures. Most importantly, you’ll receive a complete course on human anatomy, a key element in drawing with any sense of realism. This is where you’ll learn how bones and muscles work, how they look on the surface and how you will conjure them from your imagination and paint them onto the page.

Now, it doesn’t matter if you’re an advanced artist looking to brush up on your skills, or a beginner picking up a pencil or paint brush for the first time, Proko has something for everybody.

What truly sets Proko a notch above other art tutorials, is their fun approach to the subject. While others might teach with a serious attitude aimed at instilling the principles of “fine art” in your skull, Proko wants you to have fun with it. Each lesson is approachable and never too serious.

If you’re ready to learn how to draw, like you always wanted to, head on over to and get started!