Anatomy of morphology by A. D. J Meeuse

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Break down your subject(s) into the simplest shapes you can; draw these simple shapes on your paper (see Figure 2-8a). Download from Wow! com> Chapter 2: Gathering What You Need to Get Started a b Figure 2-8: Making a sketch on location. c Barbara Frake 3. Compare your drawing to the actual subject to make sure the shapes are in the right relationship to each other and nothing is too high or too far apart; make corrections to your drawing if any of these relationships are inaccurate. 4. Add simple shapes of value if you want to add shading to your drawing.

At the same time, though, don’t overlook the improvement you see in your drawing skills. With a lot of practice and a little patience, you’ll be drawing like a pro in no time. 20 Part I: Discovering What It Takes to Draw Exploring Your Drawing Preferences Because you’re a unique human being and no one in the world is exactly like you, it’s no surprise that no one in the world draws exactly like you and, more important, that you don’t draw exactly like anyone else. Many factors, including the following, influence how and what you draw: ✓ The media with which you choose to draw ✓ The way you naturally grip your pencil and other drawing media ✓ Your life experiences, philosophies, and perceptions ✓ Your exposure to art and the history of drawing ✓ The kind of art you admire The following sections help you identify some of your personal drawing preferences by walking you through the different ways to hold your drawing media, the various types of marks you can make with your media, and the basic approaches you can take in your drawings.

Try it with photos or pictures from a magazine. Try it in real life; stare at something for a while and then turn your back to it. Add variety and extra challenge by staring first for 2 minutes, then 1 minute, and then 10 seconds! By exercising your mind this way, you train it to look at your surroundings more closely. With a little practice, you can improve your mind’s ability to retain what you see. Figure 2-6: Drawing from memory. Jamie Combs Carving Out Space and Time to Draw If you’re lucky enough to have a spare room in your home, you can easily convert it into your very own drawing studio, devoted exclusively to your art.

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