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Drawing has existed for thousands of years. It started from

8th grade Pablo
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Student Shelton

on 24 November 2014

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Drawing

Drawing has existed for thousands of years. It started from
cave art
and eventually became
virtual
. Its so easy, you can have the sloppiest hand but with
technique
and
patience
, you can go from
scribbles
, to detailed designs.
WHAT YOU NEED
For a
canvas
:
-Paper
-Walls (just ask for permission before drawing on the walls.)
-Papyrus
-Computer screen
-Etc.
For a
drawing utensil:
-Pen
-Pencil
-Stylus
-Brushes
-Cursor
-Etc.
INSPIRATION
What are your hobbies? If you are into
animals, cars, sports, graphic novels, music, design, TV, etc
; keep drawing it until you are satisfied. You can only get better by loosening your hand and teaching yourself tricks. If you want to learn how to draw something really detailed, start with easy details until you master every single detail. Eventually, you can learn how to precisely draw almost anything accurately, even a human face!
HOW TO DRAW ANYTHING.
Here is a way to draw anything!
NOTE
: PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!
*NOTE: THIS MAY NOT WORK FOR YOU, BUT KEEP PRACTICING.
Drawing in the future.
Its the 21st century!
Everything has improved, including drawing. There are many
apps
and
websites
that give you a virtual canvas, and thousands of tools that can make a few hundred scribbles look like a professionally drawn masterpiece.
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