We re-created the tools with a new code base that allowed us to update the user interface for a better practice experience and to add the most requested features that Line of Action students had been clamoring for for years, and allowing for faster updates in the future.
Students are able to select what sort of models they want to practice with. They then decide whether they want to be shown a slideshow of models in set time increments until they hit the stop button, or if they want to take a class. Class modes run for pre-defined lengths of time. The most commonly selected class is about an hour long, and consists of 30 second warm-up drawings that gradually transition into longer and longer drawings, following the same format as figure drawing classes found in leading art schools around the world.
Time practicing is tracked against a student’s own goals.
The site, including the drawing tools, is fully mobile responsive, and can be used on phones and tablets just as well as on desktop computers.