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Artistic Anatomy
An online workshop with Steve Huston

Instructor Steve Huston
Dates 3 days
Location Online Only
Difficulty All Levels
Materials Click to download the materials list
Syllabus Click to download the syllabus


In this intense, 3-day online workshop from master artist Steve Huston, you will learn how to use the skeleton and underlying structures of the human anatomy to inform your figure drawing, with a special emphasis on the joints, hands, and feet.

You will learn how bones come to the surface, how muscles group together, how they create shape, and, as the figure articulates, how they change shape. Thinking of these underlying structures as the framework that supports the figure will bring solidity and stability to your drawings.

This Recorded Workshop Features:

  • 19+ hours of instructional video
  • 140+ reference images to download
  • Access to the student chatroom
  • Online access to this class for 12 months

NOTE: Students will have access to all the workshop recordings for 12 months and may download all reference images to keep. But since this workshop is recorded, students will not be able to submit work for critique from the instructor.

Product Description

Steve Huston’s works are poetic, poignant, and masterfully powerful. He has been an extraordinarily effective mentor whose instruction and guidance have produced an impressive number of accomplished acolytes.

In this workshop, students will learn the orientation of the limbs, how to approximate the internal skeleton of the figure, and how to overlay muscles and skin to produce a finished, thought-out figure drawing.

Students will work from high quality model photos that will be provided on the class pages. You can watch the recordings on your own time and at your own pace.

All students will receive online access to the workshop recording and reference images for 12 months. This is helpful to reinforce the principles of each week, and to catch any concepts you may have missed the first time around.

About The Instructor

Steve Huston

Steve Huston is a native of Alaska who received his degree from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

He first established himself as a successful illustrator, commissioned by such high-profile clients as Paramount Pictures, MGM, and Warner Brother After holding a faculty position at the Art Center, in addition to teaching courses in life drawing, anatomy, and composition for the artists and animators of Disney and Dreamworks SKG studios, Huston earnestly began his career as a fine artist, winning top prizes at the California Art Club Gold Medal Show two years in a row.

A string of gallery shows followed, first in Los Angeles and then in New York and elsewhere. Huston continues exhibiting his work widely.

His works are poetic, poignant, and masterfully powerful, and his figures are iconic archetypes of masculine and feminine line and form. His work is much sought after by prestigious private collectors, distinguished fellow artists, and other cognoscenti of the contemporary art world.

He has been an extraordinarily effective mentor whose instruction and guidance have produced an impressive number of accomplished acolytes.

Class Policies


Unless otherwise specified in the product descrtipion, students are responsible for obtaining all required materials.


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