Become a member and get access to all interactive online workshops and courses. If you are serious about learning and desire targeted lessons that will teach you how to break out of tight boring artwork this is just for you.
Bite size video tutorials (usually 20-30 minutes)
Assignments to test your skills
Detailed critiques on your work
Artist gallery to see what everyone is doing
All courses & workshops are created by Robert Joyner.
Yes! It's designed for all levels from beginner to advanced artists. The self-study courses will teach you everything you need to know to build a solid foundation. Once you are comfortable feel free to join workshops and test your skills and get feedback!
Can I join at any time?
Absolutely. You can sign up right now as a member and get instant access to all workshops & courses. Past workshops are archived for you to watch at any time and join in on current workshops whenever you re ready.
Can I cancel my membership?
Yes, you can cancel your membership at any time. To cancel your subscription simply login and visit your account information. From there you can edit your subscriptions.
How long do I have access?
You will have access as long as you do not cancel your membership.
Do I get access to old (ended) workshops?
Yes. All workshops are archived and can be viewed at any time by members. Keep in mind these have ended so feedback is no longer available. But you can learn a lot by watching lessons and viewing critique videos.
What are workshops?
Workshops are ten day events that concentrate on specific areas of acrylic & watercolor painting. They involve assignments that include critiques on your work. This is the best way to get your art to the next level.
Do I get access to the courses?
Yes! When you sign up you also have immediate access to all courses. These are self-study tutorials and you can watch them at your own leisurely pace. These are awesome tutorials that will help you understand more about the fundamentals and elements of quality artwork.
What materials will I need to get started?
You will simply need a pen, or pencil and a notepad. Once you have watched the lessons and understand the process you can begin implementing the techniques with the following materials:
drawing paper, small to medium size
graphite, or charcoal
22x30" 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper (you can choose canvas if you prefer that surface)
Selection of professional grade heavy body acrylics, or watercolors depending on which one you are joining. You can easily start with a minimal selection of the primaries colors such as New Gamboge, Cad. yellow, Cobalt and/or ultramarine blue, Alizarin crimson and/or cadmium red medium will do. For acrylics use titanium white, and watercolor artists can opt for a small tube of white gouache.
Small selection of brushes: small, medium, large
Courses & Workshops
Watercolor & Acrylic Tutorials By Robert Joyner For Those That Want To Break Away From Tight, Boring Art.