Learning To Draw

Pepper

Registered Member
#1
I would love to learn how to draw but, to be honest, I really suck at it. Does it really have to be a gift or is drawing something that can be learned?
 

Mirage

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#2
Absolutely it can be learned. Some people have more of a knack for it but that doesn't mean anybody can't learn. There are many tutorials online that are aimed at beginners through professionals, no matter your level. It's never too late to start and I highly doubt anybody would regret learning. It's a great past time and skill to have that spills over into so many areas of life.
 

Pepper

Registered Member
#3
I have spoken to a couple of people about this and most of them told me that it's more like a talent rather than something that can be learned. But I guess I will have to try it myself and see. Thanks for the tips, @Mirage :)
 

Impaired

Registered Member
#4
It can be learned. It is just a skill. Richard Feyman, the physicist, traded physics lessons to an artist and he learned to draw.
 

Sian

Registered Member
#5
It can be learned. I earned a degree in Fine Art and have taken a lot of classes in different media and the most important thing is to teach yourself to SEE things.. don't assume things are the way you think they are (Trees are not shaped like lollipops) but take time to really LOOK. My drawing professor told us to staple a sketchbook to our hand and draw EVERYTHING we saw. Did you know that shadows can be blue, not gray or black?
 
#6
I'm not good at drawing. And I don't think I'll ever be able to learn how to get better at it because I can't stick with it. I find drawing to be too boring, to be honest.
 
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