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...Learn to draw using drawing on the right side of the brain book....
Created by Disciplanner on 9/29/2009
...Learn to paint by practicing daily...
Created by Disciplanner on 10/2/2009
...Take 30 minutes to 1 hour to draw cartoons for webcomic each day. Plans to do for first week: Draw a stickman in several posing and stances. Draw a better looking stickman as much as you can within the time limit. Draw a car. Draw a house. Draw a...
Created by Bruneian Dollar on 11/14/2009
...Learn to draw by follwing the exercises on Drawspace http://www.drawspace.com/ Go through each of the exercises in order from beginner to advanced. Supplement your practice each week by doing at least one of your own drawings that is not an exercise. ...
Created by Disciplanner on 11/25/2009
...Perhaps you used to enjoy drawing as a child, or took art courses in school, but later fell out of the habit of drawing. Talent at sketching requires practice, like any skill. I have found that the best way to improve as an artist is to make this practice...
Created by Disciplanner on 1/6/2010
...The process of teaching myself to paint with acrylics has taken years, and has gone through many stages. Fortunately, I was not inhibited by the notion that there is any right or wrong way to create art. I started out by using pattern, including embroid...
Created by Disciplanner on 2/25/2010
...1. Drawing is an art, inbuilt talent that is present in every one, but only a few bring out that talent and show it to the world. 2. One should be very sharp , creative in order to draw, and do artistic work. 3. Practice everyday by drawing something t...
Created by Disciplanner on 2/26/2010
...Well I've been an avid fan of painting and sketching since I was in prep school, but being fond of something doesn't necessarily make you good at it. The key to mastering a discipline such as painting is by practicing it professionally and regularly. Th...
Created by Disciplanner on 3/1/2010
...The way to start is to attend workshops. Do this preferably once a week for a few months (2 or 3) to gain confidence. On the internet, watch videos of other techniques, a few times a week. Practice 2 or 3 times a week. Also, practice with someone else...
Created by Disciplanner on 3/3/2010
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