What is very important while drawing a picture?
I am not so skilled in drawing. but I loves to draw. If you are a great drawing artist, what is your advice to me, while drawing.
Nothing is that important!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Draw or paint what you like and have fun!
Practice. Draw what you see not what you think you see. There are many books that help develop your skill, browse the bookstore for them. Never compare your work to others because your work is unique in your way. As Rutley says, "have fun with it."
Hello Shake Shaw, there are plenty of "How to Draw" articles here on Hub Pages under Topics - Arts and Design - Drawing. Hope that helps. Regards, snakeslane.
If you start drawing and you're just not feeling it, stop and come back another day to try again. If I'm not in the mood to draw, it doesn't matter how long I sit there, it's just not going to come out right. If I come back in a day or so and try again, I usually end up with much better results.
Draw the shapes you see, not what you think the shape should be.
Be attentive to keep the proportions correct, and at the end all the shapes and forms will just make sense.
Like for an eye, focus on curves, triangles, ovals, darks and lights. Forget it's an eye.
Sometimes it helps to draw upside down too.
I think trying different types of artwork will help out in drawing other types.
For example, I think learning how to draw realistically will help you out in drawing manga.
This may be strange try to draw a perfect circle so you can practice control. I think the most important part of drawing is getting the shapes exactly how you want them to look and next making the shadow fall correctly.
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