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Transcript of Start Sketching
If you draw lightly, you can correct with darker lines on top.
With practice, you can creatively turn mistakes into beautiful drawings.
Part of something can always be erased, if you use a pencil.
You are most important!
The voice inside your head:
“You can’t draw. No! It will look horrible! Your drawing will not look like what it is supposed to look like...”
Start Sketching! Have courage. Become aware of your own inner critic and don't let it prevent you from making art. There’s nothing like the feeling of accomplishment.
Who is most
Leonardo Da Vinci?
Your favorite artist?
What blocks you from beginning a sketch?
What's the worst that can happen?
The Inner Critic
Let’s respond to the
You can’t draw
The inner critic cannot draw. The inner critic only knows how to criticize. If you can write, you can draw. If you can make marks, you can draw.
It will look horrible
Who cares? Everybody, including artists, has both beautiful drawings, and ugly drawings within them. If you have some ugly drawings within you, then get them out by drawing them. Get those ugly drawings out of you so you can begin letting the beautiful ones out!
Conquer your fear.
Learn to turn off your inner critic.
Become aware of your inner critic and learn to shut it off.
Let's make our own two lists:
Make your chart with titles:
Inner critic/Reality (Voice of Reason?)
Divide below titles with a line.
Choose three or so statements that you think would come from an inner critic on one side; then three or so statements from the reality column.