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Class and Demo Videos
In these videos, Sheldon Borenstein demonstrates everything from how to hold a pencil, How to tell a story with gesture, to using anatomy and much more. These lectures, which where once only available for select students, are now available for everyone to watch at their own convenience. They also make wonderful companions to our textbooks. Once you download a video you own it and you can view it over and over again.
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Sheldon's Demo Videos
Portfolio Art School Classes
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