Understanding that you can draw is very important. In this short motivational art video I explain that everyone in the world can draw, providing they can write. I’ll show how our brains are programmed to read shapes and these simple shapes occur in our writing and in our drawing. I’ll show that teachers were not teaching you to write but to draw. What I’m aiming to do here is to motivate people and show that if you can write you can draw and just how ridiculous the statement, ‘I can’t draw really is’,
Apologies for the Chinese character that appears in this video, I checked it out on Goggle Translate, but it’s been pointed out from a good source, it’s not good calligraphy.
Check out my easy drawing tutorial on How to be Brilliant at Drawing
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Only if …
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