Coaching

Matthew Archambault has been helping other artists succeed for years. His willingness to share information and techniques truly makes the difference. One to one coaching with Matthew will definitely fast track your improvement. It’s time to stop jumping around on YouTube looking for that so called perfect drawing tutorial and get serious about your development.

Implementing a process is at the core of Matthew’s coaching.

The main reason why most artists struggle is that they don’t have a repeatable process. The jump into each new piece of art willy nilly without conducting any preliminary work. Artists who actually implement Matthew’s suggestions see a rapid improvement in their drawings and illustrations. Let Matthew share with you his twenty-eight plus years of experience working as a professional artist to help you finally reach your artistic goals.

Matthew has working with 1000’s of students in and out of the classroom. He understands what it takes to really develop into a highly skilled artist. He can help you see quickly what needs improvement and what is working.

Tradition

The techniques Matthew has utilized over the years are very traditional in nature. His role models are John Singer Sargent, Jean Leon Gerome, Alphonse Mucha as well as William Bouguereau. If these are some of your favorite artists we most likely will make a good student/teacher match.

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Process

The main component of Matthew’s coaching starts with analyzing your work process. Finding the defiencies in your ┬áprocess then filling in the gaps.

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One Month

Through his experience Matthew has found that the best duration for one to one coaching is one month. Two months is usually too long and one week is too short.

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Academic

Matthew is looking to work with artists who are interested in academic style art. Artists who are willing to use traditional techniques.

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Commitment

Signing onto the one month coaching is a commitment. You’ll definitely want to have time in your schedule to complete the assignments.

How does the coaching work?

The first major component of deciding whether or not one month coaching is for you is the time factor. Does your job require that you have to travel? Do you actually have the time during the week to complete assignments? Understand that most of the benefit of signing onto the one month coaching comes from you taking the time to complete the provided assignments.

With the one month coaching you will receive an initial video critique of your work to start off with followed up with a phone call to go over and agree upon a strategy for the coaching.

After the initial critique and follow up call coaching students will receive a critique and follow up call every week throughout the one month.

The combination of putting in focused effort along with the guidance you will receive from Matthew will truly help you to take your work to the next level quickly.

The one month coaching is an investment of time, energy and money. Being honest with yourself concerning how much time you have to put into your development is an important deciding factor.

Matthew’s one month coaching is $597.

Who can benefit from the coaching?

If you are a person looking to improve your academic drawing skills pertaining to figure drawing and portrait drawing, Matthew’s one month coaching will be a perfect fit for you. If you are looking to improve your image making skills in reference to composition and perspective, Matthew can help you with that too. In essence any hobbyist, fine artists or illustrator looking to improve their academic traditional drawing skills would benefit greatly. The main key to improving is the willingness to try new techniques, not clinging onto an old system that doesn’t really get you results .

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