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Learning to draw can help you to see and understand the world around you from different perspectives. By taking the time to sketch something you’ve seen with a pencil, you can create an image of it that hasn’t been seen before.
Your drawing of something compared to someone else’s will be unique, and the beauty of that is it helps us all to challenge our perceptions of everything around us.
Whether you decide to go down the route of realism with your sketches or take a more abstract approach, you can inform your perceptions of both human subjects and inanimate objects.
Plus, cultivating a creative outlet such as drawing is an incredible thing to do for the mind and body. It’s a pursuit that can be both relaxing and rewarding. One which can soothe the soul as a hobby, or provide real gratification and purpose as a career.
Drawing is a practice that has been around ever since the cavemen first scrawled crude images on the walls of their caves, so why not carry on this age-old skill?
The biggest challenge when it comes to just about any creative pursuit is what plagues many artists, writers, and other creatives: impostor syndrome.
Impostor syndrome is the voice in your mind that tells you that whenever you try to create something, it’s not going to be good enough, or worthy of anyone’s attention.
This psychological trick the mind plays on you can first appear in school.
Many of us can relate to the feeling of being greatly disheartened when our teacher first brings our attention to the fact that we ‘can’t draw’. This isn’t to blame the teachers, but society has objective standards of what is deemed to be ‘good’ in terms of art. As a result, you can find your attempts to express yourself creatively through drawing shut down. This is a shame, since it’s clear that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and we should all feel free to express ourselves through a creative medium like drawing without fear of being judged.
Fortunately, if you decide to work with a drawing tutor, there’s a good chance that they will encourage your efforts and present criticism in a constructive way rather that helps you to grow and develop your skills.
If you don’t allow yourself to fall through the cracks and drop art at school just because a teacher said something about what it should be, then you can get a lot out of pursuing the subject further.
Working with a tutor will not only help you to refine the technical aspects of your drawing but also to dispel the notion that drawing has to be a certain way or it isn’t good enough.
A tutor can push you to explore your curiosities with drawing, which can accelerate your development and help you find what style of drawing most appeals to you.
There are many benefits of studying drawing, some of which can help you in your future career, and others which are useful for your personal life.
Starting with the professional applications, drawing can open many doors, and doesn’t necessarily have to lead to a career as an artist.
In fact, drawing is a skill that can help in many fields, from animators to architects.
Yes, that’s right, the sketches you draw can come to life if you go down the path of animation and creative design, or they can provide the blueprints for great structures to be built with architecture.
This goes to show that the things that you draw don’t have to be hung up in an art gallery to be admired.
The real-world applications of drawing go well beyond the field of art.
Another direction you could go is graphic design or even marketing, since businesses are always on the lookout for eyecatching logos and images to put out their message.
Whatever career path it is you are most interested in, working with a tutor can help you break down the steps to get there.
If you work with a tutor, you will not only be able to pick up the basics of drawing, but you will also be able to pick their brains on topics that pique your interest.
Or perhaps even the tutor will notice a trend in your drawing or a particular style you seem to be drawn to, and can bring up various careers you may be interested in exploring.
Drawing can also help you develop a mindfulness practice which can bring a sense of peace and calm to your personal life.
Think about it: if you spend most of your time drawing things from memory or from sight, you will be focusing on them so intently that you will be forced into the present moment.
This mindful awareness of the present moment is key for accessing a state of flow while you work, which can be an immensely rewarding state to arrive at as a creative.
You might even find that drawing helps you to remember things more clearly.
If you challenge yourself for example to draw a wintery scene you experienced once while travelling, it will solidify the memory.
This will also make you want to pay more attention to your surroundings as you move around the world, since literally anything can become a subject for you to draw.
If you’re looking to take drawing classes online, you can find a tutor through the Superprof website.
If you use the search function on the website you can find the perfect drawing tutor for your needs based on factors such as level of teaching experience, hourly rates, and what previous students have said about the classes.
The main benefit of taking classes online is you get to work from the convenience of your own home.
You can even try a lesson before you buy, given that many of the tutors offer free sample classes to first-time students.
You can discuss directly with your tutor via email or phone. Their contact details are in the left-hand column of the lesson request page. You can then decide with your teacher on the preferred format of classes.
There are a number of possibilities:
A number of tools allow you to exchange via audio and video, as well as to share your screen or your tablet.
11533 tutors offer drawing classes online
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The average price for online drawing lessons is £10.
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97% of tutors offer their first lesson for free.
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It’s safe, simple and convenient. Wherever you are, you can connect with a teacher suited to your needs in just a few clicks.
11533 Drawing tutors are available here to help you.