I usually start checking the level of the person/people by making them draw simple things, in a first moment without any picture in front of them (to see if they can draw something just recalling their memory) and then with a picture. All levels are a good point of start. Practice makes perfect. Talent sure is a bonus but anyone can do art if they really want to. Then I start giving tips (not influencing too much the personal art expression) I learnt in years and try to practice on them. I'm a really calm person.
I started practicing when I was 5yo, I attended lots of art competitions and got a course from a Marvel Professional Artist.
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