A simple yes/no question
A few weeks ago I drew some pictures of animals, and I decided to ask a simple question that would have to be said a thousand times.
Drawing a picture of a dog or a cat isn’t always hard. It’s not like it’s taking hours, or being paid for. Even if it is hard it’s not any more difficult to draw than to write a blog post.
Drawing is really about the emotions, the experience of the drawing, and letting the pictures express who they are.
My answer: “no”.
It doesn’t feel difficult. After I read all your comments I learned that the drawing was so important that I couldn’t let my kids ask me about it.
This has happened again and again.
The last drawing I drew without this question was a picture of a guy standing with his legs up on the table in a bar. Because I draw so many people standing in bars, I’ve noticed that people rarely talk about it.
In my opinion, you should be able to draw what the other person is feeling, not just what the image makes them feel. It’s important to have a little bit of “personality” behind the line so that you have to describe who’s talking about your work. The same goes for your “eye-eye” picture of it.
If you want to learn to draw, start with something that you’re interested in, but don’t draw that you know you will hate a whole lot. Maybe it’ll be a really good sketch you make with a bunch of watercolors after a night of drinking that won’t look that good afterwards.
Or maybe it’ll be something you want to be able to do so you can be a good friend (for example someone you really want to draw but can’t find a sketch of), or maybe it’ll be something you don’t want to draw and have to leave your desk with an empty sketchbook to take somewhere else with you for the rest of your life.
I hope this answers your question and gives you a little bit of inspiration 🙂
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