Drawing Tips and Tricks

Drawing Tips and Tricks
Art Secret, Art Tips

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Here are some of the things I found and some things that helped me draw better.

All of these strategies and tips are based on Win Wengers’ image-sharing policy. Photo streaming is very helpful, and I found it especially helpful to improve myself.

The brain

Before I start, I want to say something about the human brain. It is very important to know what your brain can do, and what they are doing to learn as much as you can. I’m still learning more about the brain but here are some of the things I’ve learned.

A lot of sweetness, a little pain

Your brain runs away from pain, to happiness. Most of you probably already know this, but I will give an example anyway.

I will give homework as an example, because everyone likes homework = . But you end up doing your homework anyway because you don’t want to hear the pain of parents screaming, teachers screaming, incarceration, failing exams etc.

Repetition, repetition, repetition

Another important thing about the brain is that you get a lot of reinforcement. “The most important rule. For example, when you postpone your homework, it will be easier to postpone things.

Yes, fear and stress shut down important parts of your brain, including your creative side. So you need to be calm when you draw (although some people draw just to express their feelings).

You usually do better when you get close to things by playing and you are curious (the idea of beginners).

Last note, everyone is different in their reading and what they like. This has worked for me, but I know everyone is different. So I encourage people to experiment.

Enjoy yourself!

First and foremost, YOU MUST ENJOY IT! =) It may sound meaningless, or it may be common sense, isn’t that why you draw from the beginning?

But you will be amazed at what people think when they draw. Examples of these are “I will have to make this picture beautiful so that I can show it to my friends”, “I have to do this good or people will put me down.” and another border: “I have to do this well to be happy with my photos”.

You do not have to be afraid! I know this sounds secretive but a lot of people fall into this trap of fear and depression and wonder why their images are so bad.

Although saying it may not be a good thing to say, because people can be afraid of what is happening, what happens =).

You may think this is a little foolish, but think for a moment. This “fear” is a fear born of pain. This is the uncertainty, the uncertainty to move on, because running away is the solution to not getting hurt again. This is also where you find ”

which strengthens the “quote. The more you run, the easier it becomes

it will be a constant escape.

Don’t lose interest after a long drawing again. If that happens, go back in time. But remember to go back to it. If you think about it, do it.

And if you don’t know … well you know what’s going on =) Well, if you think about it and you don’t have easy access to it, you can imagine yourself drawing a picture. Imagine drawing, you feel a pencil and paper.

Just think!

Thinking is also very important to your human brain. Assuming your brain play time, so you shouldn’t stop it =). As a child, your mind wanders free without restriction. Until you get “taught” in school.

Through cultural learning, yes your conscious mind is trained and trained to focus. But your subconscious mind, which comes with all these images in drawing (and other very important information) is disturbed. That’s because we were all told to pay attention in class.

This means that you have to “scratch” your unconscious mind in order to focus, as the images that appear distract you from what you are doing.

So your good idea has been forgotten, and some people even “forget” how to draw pictures in their mind after a formal study.

So remember, if you see something strange and other images appear, do not remove them, let them flow and it will encourage your creative mind to continue to do what it does best.

You can read more about it here:

Two proven ways to deepen your creativity

Drawing Tips

We have finally come to the right things! Why am I going through about

the human brain? This is painting and art, isn’t it? not Psychology? That’s not right! After all, the human brain is important for your drawing skills.

Depending on your mood and mood, you can draw beautiful pictures, or fall into a slump or art block. I’ll tell you how to get rid of this later.

So basically, in order to draw better, you know how the brain itself works, even a little can help. I could write a full article on what I have learned so far in the human brain, but most of you would not like that, would you? = P

However, if you would like to find out more about the human

Remember, don’t read it because you have to read it because you enjoy it. It makes things so much fun, and you learn a lot too.

Getting Rid of the Art Islump

Most people know this, and they know it very well = D For those people who don’t know what I’m talking about, a fall / art block is when you can draw something, or you can draw well and you know you can’t, so you don’t.

There are a few solutions to this:

First of all, you may not be happy. Surprisingly, some people may have blocks, similar to the blocks people do not have for math. You know what makes you say “Aaah ~! I don’t like maths, I always complete it! Waaah ~!”. This statement about you is true, but that is because it is a prophecy that fulfills itself. You made yourself think that just by saying it.

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