You used to be pretty good a drawing when you were younger, but then life happened. You got a career and a family, and drawing kind of fizzled out.
Maybe you’ve been thinking about picking it up again, but there’s no chance in hell you will have the time required to get as good as you would like.
Maybe you have even researched a bit to see if there’s some drawing classes available that could give you a running start. But all you can find is classes for old ladies drawing apples and naked people.
Not so cool when you are into sick skateboard art, monsters, cartoons and gnarly Rat Finks. If you are anything like us, you probably used to be amazed by stuff like the Santa Cruz screaming hand, Iron Maiden album covers, and Fabulous Freak Brothers comics, among a ton of other cool shit… not to mention old school graffiti, or the Warhammer role playing game illustrations….
So much epic stuff from back then right? How awesome would it be to start drawing again and learn to draw things like that?
But is that even possible without spending a ton of time you don’t have?
Turns out that it actually is possible, and all you need is 2 minutes a day to see great results faster than you think.
I came up with this method for the members of my Lowbrow Art Academy in 2017, because there was nothing out there for people like us. The results turned out way better than I had even hoped for.
Now I have packed the core method we use into this stand-alone Quick Start Course. It’s a step by step method that will make you hit the ground running in less than a week, and you can use these core principles and exercises to keep leveling up your drawing skills for the rest of your life.
This course is definitely for you if:
This course is NOT for you if:
I’m Jesper Bram, and I used to be exactly where you are now. In school I was the kid who could draw cool things. I used to draw skulls and crazy characters for all my friends. It was kind of in the cards that I was going to work with something in the creative field.
So I ended up as a graphic designer in the advertising industry. Turns out that didn’t involve any kind of drawing at all. If on a rare occasion a job required drawing, it wasn’t anything like the cool stuff I wanted to draw. For fifteen years I did almost no drawing. I might has well have been putting up drywall for a living. That would give me the same outlet for my creativity.
In 2009 I decided to get off the corporate hamster wheel, and chase my dream of drawing all the fun stuff our teachers told us we couldn’t draw (maybe because some of it was flying dicks on the walls of the school bathrooms, who knows).
Today I run my own private tattoo studio in Copenhagen, specialised in bold crazy color tattoos. I have drawn hundreds of stickers, t-shirts, posters etc. for brands, bands, and events. I’ve produced and co-directed a documentary film about Lowbrow Art and Kustom Kulture (Flake & Flames, 2013). My work is displayed in books, magazines, and exhibits all over the world on a regular basis.
If I can do it. So can you.
If you want to have a happy meaningful life with drawing cool shit as a hobby, or you want to take it further and draw stuff for other people as a freelancer. Either way you can start here, today.