A phrase my mother taught me: Simplicity is Elegance. We'll start with simplicity.
Now, tell me some things that you would like to be able to draw. What do you want to be able to put on paper? Name some things, or people, or places. Nouns are our friends. What kinds of things are you comfortable drawing, already? If you aren't comfortable drawing anything, we'll start there. Tell me your thoughts in comments below.
Before you begin a journey, it's nice to know your present location, hmmmm? On this journey, I'll walk beside you, one step at a time.
The Drawing Lessons will begin this coming weekend, my friends! So, check back here with a sketchbook, or sheets of paper, a pencil, and a large eraser. A nice pink rectangle or a kneaded eraser will serve you well. Don't depend upon those cute little pink things on the end of a pencil. You deserve better, don't you think? I think you do. And just maybe, you deserve some elegant background music while you draw. Enjoy.
See you this weekend, my friends. Love & Laughter, DJ
An artist who enjoys oil painting, art journal swaps, ATC swaps, watercolor painting, drawing, mixed media, and talking about art with anyone who will talk back.
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Hope God blesses you with lots of Love & Laughter...