I love to draw! I use mostly charcole pencils and like to draw people, animals, nature...I sometimes paint but would rather use the oil chalks.
yes, but it just 2 or 3 last year.
i usually draw when i got some view or inspiration, my friend's gestures sometime catch my imagination to make a sketch about them.
sometimes i draw about a darkness, women, sadness, most of it so dark and gloomy. i dont know why but, that's just my imagination.
my mind make a view and my hands draw it.
but now im off and never get any inspiration and reason to draw again, i got no mood.
Drawing people, trees, birds, mountains and landscapes, rivers and many things to express my feelings and mood and my present condition. I am careful of what I draw because most of my drawings are premonitions to what is to happen to me in the future. For example; I had this drawing of a rice paddy on a plane down a valley that was just my imagination. Two months after the drawing, I found this valley in a very far away place in the South. I was on an emergency visit for the first time to that place.
yes. I mostly draw anime-style people. When I write stories I try and visualize my characters and draw them (it's my dream to become a novelist or comic artist). I also get the inspiration to draw when I listen to music. Sometimes an image comes to my mind when I listen to songs. That's when I grab my sketchbook and start drawing.
Big time. Drawing for me is a a nice way to relieve stress. The best part is I try to capture what's in my head on paper, sometimes it works, sometimes it's plain awful, but it's always fun.
This article provides encouragement to people who are interested in drawing, but are intimidated by the fear of failure. Quotes and examples of my work are included to provide inspiration to artists who just haven't figured out they are yet! read more
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