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Tuesday, 20 April 2021

KHANA VALI NOTMA DHORAN 1 THI 5 BALKONE DORVA MATENA SARAS CHITRO




KHANA VALI NOTMA DHORAN 1 THI 5 BALKONE DORVA MATENA SARAS CHITRO



Do you struggle with a simple cycle from the first stage of each tutorial? Do your straight lines keep bending no matter how hard you are? Do you think that two points cannot be drawn with a given distance in between?



Don't your photos look wrong even after carefully repeating each step from a detailed tutorial? These problems can come from a lack of basic skills that are ignored when learning how to draw. In fact, these skills are obvious to those who are painting too much, but they can easily be forgotten after a few years without a pencil in their hand. So, are you ready to understand?

If you are looking for a pre-game motivational boost before taking on this challenge, check out the accompanying article, What is your excuse ?? Why can’t you draw




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Phase 1
Straight lines are not real. They only exist in the vector, the shortest path between two points. You can cheat and use a gauge, but your hand probably never learns to draw perfectly straight, long lines. Even if it starts as something right, the longer you draw it, the more mistakes can be made. what does this mean?

If it is almost impossible to draw a long line, we can use short lines that are more suited to our hand. Just look at the picture below. The lines are small, close to the original.

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Phase 2
Suppose you want to draw a flower like the one below. You can see that it is a straight line, an ideal circle and some curves with precise angles. I think you can draw it very slowly, very carefully running lines from point to point, stuck in your tongue and sweating on your face. but why? Drawing is not a chore, it should be fun!

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step 3
Technical drawing (straight lines, right circles) requires concentration. It is about pulling things exactly as they are. There is no room for creativity or personal style, as style comes from diversity. Is this really what you want to do? Draw the same things the same way all the time?

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