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Practical Drawing Series:Lines

By Nick Ustinov Miscellany Foreword In our Practical Drawing series, you will learn to draw. Saying that, I mean real art--with pencil, pen, brush, airbrush, et cetera. Being just a talented person is not enough--in order to draw (using Photoshop, Illustrator or just a simple pencil) you must know the basics. Under basics I include things like how the human eye understands the picture, how the shadows are cast, how the perspectives are built, and so on. When you see a non-professional artwork or image you can always say there's something wrong with the picture, but in many cases you can't determine what exactly is wrong with it. Mastering drawing starts from simple exercises that train your hand and eye. These exercises may seem easy, but they are very important if you want to learn to draw and you are serious about it. Moreover, when you start practicing, you will notice this is not as simple as it first seemed. You can't draw a cube, cylinder, ornament, a model or anything else without being able to draw straight lines applying the correct pressure.


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