Beginners: Draw with Curves

Learning to draw with curves can really improve your drawing skills. In this art tutorial designed for complete beginners to drawing I am going to concentrate on drawing curves. With curves you can draw a lot of objects very simply such as; ribbons, flags, grass, cliffs leaves etc. I shall show you stage by stage how to create each of these items by sketching the basic outlines and then using a 4B pencil to shade in the detail.

I also explain how by shading horizontally you can make a surface look flat and can make a surface look vertical; by shading up and down i.e. vertically. I also provide links to other of my art tutorials which explain and draw the items in much more detail. Drawing with curves is really quite simple and very rewarding.

Checkout my art tutorial on How to Draw with Shapes

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