Learn how to draw. How to get started… Tips you should know if you want to learn how to draw and you don’t know how to get started !!
In fact, few people know how to draw beautifully when they first take a pencil and paper. Maybe these people were born with a special predisposition to drawing
For any beginner, the subject is quite different. Learning to draw, how to start, or where to start can sometimes be a much more complicated matter !!
LEARN TO DRAW HOW TO GET STARTED
DRAWING IS A MATTER OF PRACTICE AND DEDICATION…
For a few people, drawing is a matter of “gift,” for most people, drawing is a matter of learning, practice, and dedication.
Painting and drawing are activities that have to be studied, learned and practiced. Just as you learn a new sport, a new language, ride a bike or write soap operas, so learn to draw !!
Drawing is a matter of practice and dedication. And it is precisely practice, which makes the difference between an average artist and a great artist.
In this short introduction, I have prepared, I will touch on several interesting points related to this art of “learning to draw – how to get started”.
I’ll talk about dedication to drawing, using the sketchbook, doing quick thumbnail exercises and shadow drawings, and on top of that, I’ll give you “A drawing tip!”
A LOT OF DEDICATION
If you want to succeed, I recommend you not only learn to draw but most importantly, take the time to practice drawing and painting at least twice a week.
If you want to move faster, you should logically devote more time to practice. A quiet place is an ideal place to start, however, once you have the ability to concentrate you will find that any place is good.
Some people like to draw and paint on a flat surface, such as a desk or desk. Others prefer the easel and its ease of handling to place the sheet or canvas in any position. This is really a matter of preference and habit.
However, from my own experience I can say that if your intention is to start drawing and then pass the oil or pastel painting, it is more convenient to get used to the easel from the beginning.
A TIP ABOUT DRAWING…
|TO MAKE LINES
USES THE SKETCHBOOK.
A fabulous habit for those who want to take the design seriously is to buy a block of skits that you can take anywhere.
It’s important to look at everything around you, trying to figure out the basic shapes behind each figure, see how light projects over objects, look at shadows, proportions, vanishing points of perspective images, and reproduce what you see, in your block.
When you wait for the doctor, the bus, the traffic, the holidays, anywhere, you can take your notebook out and start drawing, anytime is good.
Draw objects from your home, copy images from photographs, draw your own hands, your feet, your mirror image. Opportunities to practice are only limited by your imagination.
Just as any sportsman, TV host or singer, does warm-up and relaxation exercises before starting their activity, you should do warm-up exercises.
Before you start your weekly classes, do hand-warming exercises to relax your drawing muscles and create a flow of creative energy between your brain, your eyes, your drawing tool, and the surface. work… Let’s take a look at some examples of exercises you can do:
MAKE QUICK THUMBNAILS.
Whatever the object of your drawing, before you begin, make small quick thumbnail sketches on paper that is separate from your work surface.
Make small squares two to four inches sideways using quick traces of tones and halftones. Don’t worry too much about accuracy.
Do this for three or four minutes until you feel the intensity of the shadows and strokes dominate.
DRAWS WITH SHADOWS.
With this method, the idea is to create and define the shape of objects by making small and quick strokes. Define the shapes by means of the shadows.
The full and empty spaces are represented by the shadows varying the pressure of the pencil. The aim is to work quickly with no interest in precision but in tonal representation.
To begin this exercise it is important to move your whole arm in a fluid motion and when you feel relaxed and confident, grab the work surface and start drawing !!!
LEARN, LEARN AND LEARN.
Any “scribbling,” as insignificant as it may sound, can be a start….
Invent yourself, get creative, make doodles and textures, copy images, read about other artists, and copy their works whenever you can.
In addition to serving as practice and improving your manual skill, all these exercises will help to increase your observation skills and your creative side.Thanks for visiting Learn How to Draw. How to Begin. Tips You Should Know! in freshcoloringpage.com, A large collection with free coloring pages for you and your children.