"Hi Eli Ofir! I admire your works and talent so much, I just started my architecture course and I searched for tips and ways on how to draw houses using free hand because i'm not that good and you definitely helped me in a big way so, THANK YOU VERY MUCH! I'll continue to support your works all the way. Keep strong, god bless. May2013"
Ron Adrian Cruz
"Totally brilliant tutorials, thank you so much"
"I found the course extremely inspiring and very helpful, the technique is amazing and I learnt a lot"
"OMG!! you're a genius!!!!!!!!!
My jaw just dropped at the result! (no joke)"
"I love you!! You taught me more in twelve minutes than my art teacher could in 2 years.. Thank you so much!!"
"These tutorials are amazing, thanks so much. I'm an architecture student and am hoping to use a hybrid of this technique for my final project presentation this year. Thanks again"
"...I wish this type of instruction had been available when I was a young man. It took me 7-8 years of studying under various teachers to assemble the techniques that Eli Ofir readily shares with everybody..."
HOW TO DRAW A HOUSE
My online course is available in ten parts through YOUTUBE. You can find tips on the basics of perspective, feeling the perspective and using pens and pencils with my technique.
To support the course there are images and resources that you will get with each lesson. You can download these at the bottom of the page. Here are the ten lessons.
You can use ink pens and pencils you have at home from different suppliers. But if you want to uses the tools I use and mention in the course, they are:
• Paper: A2 or A3 size white card paper. Suggested brand:
Daler-Rowney Heavyweight, 220gm.
• Pens: Black water and fade proof. Thickness: 0.05, 0.1,
0.3, 0.8 Suggested brand: Uni Pin +Think black= 4.0 Artline.
• Pencils: initial outline = any light pencil. Shading = 9B.
Suggested brand: Derwent-Graphic.
• Faber / Blender - Suggested brand: Castell Paper Wiper
• Eraser: Staedtler.
• Fixative spray. Suggested brand: Winsor and Newton Artist Fixative - Transparent