DrawFanatic Celebrates Six Months with New Blog, eBook, and Expansion into Social Media

Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) October 01, 2013

DrawFanatic launched six months ago on March 27th, and the site has been expanding ever since. The online drawing resource now boasts the addition of DrawFiles, a blog offering tips and advice for artists of all skill levels, as well as a free introductory ebook on drawing hands. In addition, aspiring artists can now connect with DrawFanatic on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

DrawFanatic offers step-by-step tutorials for both novice and seasoned sketch artists, teaching them how to draw numerous creatures, fantasy characters, and animals in 12 steps or less. Artists new and old can soar to new artistic heights, comfortably learning to draw each subject from start to finish with the progressive steps offered by each guide.

Learning the steps to draw a dragon or a flower is only half of the story, though, and the DrawFiles blog offers the perfect complement to DrawFanatics step-by-step tutorials. The blog posts address some of the challenges that face artists of all skill levels, such as finding inspiration and getting into the mood to draw. DrawFiles is updated biweekly, and can be found at http://www.drawfiles.com.

Users can also subscribe to the site by filling out a sign up form, and all subscribers can receive DrawFanatics first ebook at no cost. The book, entitled Drawing Hands Part 1, is the first in a two-book series covering one of the most challenging aspects of drawing people. The first book covers one gesture, and book two will teach three more. Drawing Hands Part 2 will be made available soon, and it will be offered at a discounted price to all subscribers.

In the coming weeks, DrawFanatic will be unveiling even more new features. A membership site will be made available for free to all subscribers, and a DrawFanatic Pinterest page is in the works as well.

About DrawFanatic:

DrawFanatic was created to provide guidance for artists who want to learn to draw, but just don’t know where to start. DrawFanatic removes the fear from learning to draw with step-by-step guides as well as helpful tips, advice, and resources. The tutorials, along with all other resources, are now available at http://www.drawfanatic.com. Users can follow DrawFanatic and its latest updates on Facebook, Twitter (@DrawFanatic), and Google+.


Danielle Equere


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