Creative Drawing: Draw Shoes

People often draw shoes, but not in this very creative way. This is the first in a series of art tutorials on Creative Drawing. In this video I am going to draw my shoes but with a piece of graphite attached to a long stick. This means I have little control over the line which creates a more interesting line that that produced by a pencil held in the hand.

Checkout the other videos in this creativity series:
Bottles – How to Draw Creatively
Bananas – How to Draw Creatively

Once the basic drawing has been done I explain how to create line and tones in lots of exciting ways to create a drawing that is more imaginative and creative than conventional drawing. This drawing is aimed at teenagers and those taking GCSE examinations as well as beginners to drawing.

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