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Learning to draw is a favourite pastime for many people and offers a number of benefits. Did you know that drawing aids brain development and improves hand-eye coordination?
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Have you always wanted to learn to draw but have never found the time to study? Do you look at talented artists and find yourself dreaming of the day when you can create incredible pieces of art just like them? Are you based in Nottingham and looking for a talented tutor that can help teach you how to draw like a professional? If this sounds like you, then you’re not alone. Every year, countless people begin their journey of learning how to draw on Superprof. With a little bit of hard work, dedication, and the right lesson plan, anyone can master the art of drawing, especially if they have a mentor who can guide them along the way. That's why we offer a wide range of talented Nottingham based drawing tutors on our platform that can help you learn how to draw like a professional.
Every human is born with an instinct to draw. Unlike with reading and writing, you probably didn’t need any encouragement to pick up a pencil and start drawing from an early age. But why is this? Although no longer as vital to survival as it was in the past, drawing is an essential skill that helps young children to comprehend the world. As an adult, it can allow you to figure out tricky concepts, such as how to design your new home or how to create the style and shape of your next tattoo. This is the reason why architects, designers, and inventors sketch their ideas before making them a reality. Adding drawing skills to your tool belt can also help you open up a whole world of creative possibilities. For example, you will be able to illustrate ideas, history, and other subjects to your children, friends and family, and get your point across better when it comes to debates.
Drawing could also benefit you in the career place, with artistic skills proving useful in presentations and other work-related projects. Similarly, you may have an easier time landing a dream job directly related to art, such as graphic design or game design. Additionally, drawing could prove beneficial in helping you to develop your mindfulness skills. By sitting down and putting pen to pencil, you will naturally become aware of the world around you, and as a result, enter the present moment more often. In the bustling streets of Nottingham, taking the time to draw could allow you to relax when stressed after a long and arduous day at work.
Yes, anyone can learn to draw. However, much like other creative skills, some people are more talented at drawing than others - at least at the beginning of their journey. With enough time and practice, you could reach a high level in drawing, regardless of whether you have a natural inclination for art and design. Unfortunately, it is not unusual for young artists to give up on drawing before they have truly got to grips with it. More often than not, this is caused by frustration when their skills are not developing as fast as they hoped. Therefore, when first starting your lessons, it is important to remember that learning to draw takes many hours of practice and that Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Similarly, try not to compare yourself to your peers or professional artists, as you will be unaware of how many hours they have studied drawing to get to this level. In the same sense, do not be afraid to make mistakes, as failure is an important stepping stone in becoming proficient as an artist. If you have hired a tutor, ensure that they push your abilities so that you can grow and learn. With time, you will naturally develop your drawing skills. In a similar vein, how fast you become proficient in drawing depends on the amount of free time you have to practice. If possible, try and set aside several hours a week to practise and hone what you are studying in your lessons.
The five basic skills of drawing are essential skills that you will need to acquire if you wish to become a great artist. In general, learning and fully mastering each skill will take years of practice. However, you can learn the basics and gain a good level in these skills within 6 months or so with the help of a private drawing tutor. Regardless of an artist's level, honing these skills is a lifelong journey and there will always be room for improvement. Below, you will find a description of each skill and how learning these skills will benefit your drawing abilities:
Identifying and drawing edges - if you look closely at a drawing you will see that every shape is constructed from a selection of edges and sides. This is true for any drawing regardless of its complexity, whether it be a landscape, still life, or portrait. It will help your drawings immensely if you can better understand how these edges work, and how putting them together allows you to create complex and detailed shapes.
Setting proportions and seeing angles - Learning how to see proportions and angles will aid you in drawing 3D images and allow you to fit more objects on a page. To master this you will need to spend time drawing basic shapes like spheres, cubes, and triangles in a variety of different angles. Additionally, drawing household objects and furniture is also great practice.
Understanding colours - This skill will enable you to colour your drawings in a professional manner. Although anyone can add a splash of colour to their art, skilled artists know which colours complement each other, and how using them can portray a sense of emotion in their work.
Shadows and lighting - Understanding how shadows and light works is one of the most important tools in an artists arsenal. Knowing where to use shadow and light will bring your drawings to life and greatly improve your proficiency as an artist. It can also help your drawings to appear 3D.