More than 500 designers, interior design students, and architects have gone through this course and already "WOW-ed" their customers and lectors. Join them!
"Sketching is an essential skill for interior designers as it helps us to transfer our ideas from the head onto the paper."
- Olga Sorokina
+ Master 1- and 2-point perspective drawing of interiors
+ Master hand rendering technique with markers from scratch
+ Learn how to render different textures
(e.g. wood, metal, glass, textile, tiles etc)
WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO ABOUT THE COURSE (1 MIN)
What an amazing course! Thank you Olga!
Learn more about level "PRO" (for advanced)
(Also you can buy "BASE" + "PRO" at a special price here)
This video-course covers how to hand render interiors by using 1- and 2-points perspectives in addition to marker shading.
CHECK SAMPLE LESSON FROM THE COURSE (22 MIN)
"BASE" VIDEO COURSE PROGRAM
Sketch of a bedroom in 2-point perspective (50 min)
I this lesson we will draw a bedroom interior in 2-point perspective. Also we are going to learn here basics in interior design drawing. I will cover such fundamentals like: vanishing points, horizon line, chiaroscuro, concept of aerial perspective. After this lesson you will understand how to work with markers (like Copic, Promarker, Chartpak etc), how to make beautiful gradients with them and how to render different kinds of textures, for example glass, metal, fabric, wood, mirror.
Sketch of a classical armchair in 2-point perspective (30 min)
This lesson is all about cementing our knowledge about 2-point perspective from previous lesson, but this time hand rendering of a classical armchair will be our point of interest. After this lesson you will understand how you can draw complex objects via simple forms.
Sketch of a dining room in 1-point perspective (60 min)
We are going to make here a stylish sketch of a dining room in minimalistic Scandic style. Here I will introduce you to the concept of 1-point perspective. As for the textures, lacquered surfaces and wood will be our focus.
Sketch of a living room in combined perspective (70 min)
Here we will combine our knowledge about 1- and 2-points perspectives in one drawing of a living room in Classic French style. Textures covered in this lesson: crystal, textile, wood. You will perfect and polish your skills which have been built in previous lessons.
Sketch-plan of a studio apartment (30 min)
This lesson will be all about creating an incredibly-looking furniture layout in markers in only 30 minutes! Without time lapse, all in real time. You will fall in love with this one, I promise you! Textures covered here: ceramic tile, glass, wood, textile.
+ Danish sofa: velvet texture (22 min)
+ Quick sketch of Scandinavian interior (27 min)
+ Two video-tutorials on how to draw 2-point perspective
+ Step-by-step sketch-plan guide (PDF)
This is a great time and money investment for interior designers as well as interior design students!
Some more examples of my students' drawings from the course:
You can learn from any device you wish: PC, iPad, smartphone! This ecourse looks great on any platform you like.
I made BASE and PRO courses with Olga and I want to give her all the best compliments! The content is amazing and very good work she did with her courses!
- Fabrizio Govoni, interior designer, Estonia, Mail: email@example.com
Lessons from the course are so interesting!
This is an excellent course! Lessons from the course are so interesting! Perspective drawing became easy for me after this course! I found Olga on YouTube and was soooo happy to learn from her!
- Jameela Bintook, sketcher, Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. With a really easy sign-up process
MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE
🖍Markers paper (Canson, Copic, Molotow), better 70 g/m2, as this kind of paper save marker pigment so they can live longer and be of use. Regular paper also will be fine.
🖍Grey markers (at least 3 greys: light, medium and dark, usually marked as №1, №3, №5)
🖍Coloured markers (minimum 5 colours: beige or sand, dark brown or chocolate, olive, dark red, dark blue)
🖍White pastel pencil (for example Caran'd'ache)
🖍White ink jel pen (for example Jelly Roll)
🖍Black liner or black pen (for example Copic Multiliner of Faber Castell)
Plus you can check my blog-post which I created specially to help you with your best marker choice: here
Or watch my short video (10 min) about my Minimum and Maximum sets for interior design drawing here
Meet your instructor: Olga Sorokina
YouTube: "Olga Sorokina"
Olga Sorokina is an interior designer, freehand sketch trainer and author of a book on sketching with markers "The SKETCH" (now available on Amazon). Originally she is from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Lived for 2,5 years in Copenhagen, Denmark, now lives in Auckland, New Zealand.
Background: graduated at Saint-Petersburg State Art Academy (Russia), MSc in Arts (interior design), 2004-2010.