How to Learn Drawing

How to Learn Drawing









Take a paper and a pencil (or pen), sit down in a comfortable position, clear your mind from of all the distraction, and just focus on the task at hand. Now try to draw a simple shape. For instance, draw a circle, and then keep on practicing it.

Now that you know how to draw simple figures with a sense of perfection to it, let's start shading these figures.

You should just try your best to show this vanishing point everything you draw, and you need not take a scale to measure things and stuff like that.

Carry your supreme confidence of drawing and shading the basic shapes, and of the knowledge of the shadow effect and the vanishing point to the next level of drawing, i.e., drawing random/complex shapes.

As we now know how to draw and shade various objects with a relative precision, it's time to draw animated objects or living organisms. It should involve their movements & their facial expressions; it's the real deal!

Your sole aim now would be to be perfect at everything! The more you practice, remember the nuances, etc., the more real and believable your work would become.

Put everything together. You should start drawing different landscapes, full of people and lots of animals. You should start memory drawings by now.

Now you would know much about everything. At least as much to develop your own interest and style of drawing. Your style would now be unique and you should keep evolving it with a lot of practice.

How to Learn Drawing

publish time: 2020-09-15
Lisa Anderson

In this world, you're not alone when you say that you're terrible at drawing. Drawing is a skill that develops as you practice. All the great artists have started drawing with stick figures at some point in their lives and then repeatedly practicing. You can also make it. Follow the steps shown in the diagram that is made in EdrawMax.

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