how do draw awesome pictures.
can you make a webpage about how to draw awesome pictures like animals landscapes or even little designs?
Well try out some books like 6 in 1 which has how to draw animals, cars, and lot more. Also have patience and work hard until the finished product. You may want to work out the medium you prefer e.g grey led pencils and shading.
Here's a couple of hubs I wrote about drawing. Tell if it helps you.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Pencil-Drawings … elebrities
hey brisana ........you can draw awesome pictures by using a cool new tool called livebrush......and believe me u won't regret...rather u will luv it.....have a look
I used to teach basic art in elementary programs; I've just finished my first Hub on Easter Bunny Cartooning and plan to add more. Check it out! Have a lovely Spring, by the way-Garnet
To draw awesome picture is by drawing an object or things you like.
Many people have! I just threw some of my finished illustrations on but I don't have much in the way of instruction. However, I did see Waynet has drawing instruction on his blog that looks exactly like what you are looking for!
by Wayne Tully7 years ago
I myself have trouble drawing realistic life stuff like people, but I am working on this with lots of drawing training....
by rocknroll154 months ago
What does art mean to you?, like what do you think of it? (if you do draw) Why do you draw?
by milleramanda535 years ago
Do you draw what you see in front of you or what you dream about?
by Wayne Tully9 years ago
See my hub...if you want tohttp://hubpages.com/_demons/hub/Drawing_a_demon
by Abinator25 years ago
You may think I didn't draw this but I did
by Dbro7 months ago
Do you think it's disingenuous to trace images used in drawings and paintings?Many people posting art instruction type hubs will direct the reader to trace an image to be used in a certain art project or painting. ...
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