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Learning How to Draw

Learning How to Draw

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Learning How to Draw

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  1. Learning How to Draw In 4 easy steps….

  2. Rule Numero Uno!!!!! • PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!

  3. Step One: • Blind Contour Drawing: Blind contour drawings are practice drawings made up entirely of lines. They are called blind contour drawings because you can't look at your drawing until you are done! Blind contour drawings will help you train your eyes to see the shapes and edges as you draw. Your hand will record every detail slowly and accurately. Remember! No peeking!

  4. Blind Contour Drawings

  5. Step Two: • Contour Drawing: When you make a contour drawing you draw only the edges or outlines of the shapes you see. There is no shading. Contour lines show the edges and outlines of shapes.

  6. Contour Drawings

  7. Step Three: • Gesture Drawing: Gesture drawings are quick sketches that are based on careful observation. Break down your object into a number of simple shapes and lines that make up the structure of your object. This form of drawing encourages faster drawing as well as good observation.

  8. Gesture Drawings

  9. Steps to Successful Gesture Drawing… • 1. FOCUS--- constantly. Estimate proportions, contours, movement, and contrasts quickly. Determine contours first, then interior shapes and shadows. • 2. DRAW LIGHTLY---then get darker as you correct your mistakes and finalize your work • 3. DRAW QUICKLY--- Keep the pencil/pen in constant circular and linear motion. Catch the form, not the details.

  10. Steps to Successful Gesture Drawing… • 4. CONSTANT MOVEMENT---Quick, light drawing • 5. TIMED DRAWINGS---1-2 minutes. It's a challenge, but only in the beginning. • 6. NO ERASING. Gesture drawing's purpose is to develop visual skills which will effect expertise. Erasing breaks focus and wastes time.

  11. Step Four: • Final Drawing: Create a rough sketch using either a contour drawing or a gesture drawing as your starting point. Draw lightly! Then begin to add value and detail

  12. Final Drawings

  13. Now it’s your Turn! • Don’t forget… Practice makes purrr-fect!