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💰What is the average price of Drawing lessons?
The average price of Drawing  lessons is £10.

The price of your lessons depends on a number of factors

  • The experience of your teacher
  • The location of your lessons (at home, online, or an outside location)
  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

97% of teachers offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take Drawing lessons?
With the help of a Drawing you can master Drawing more efficiently  

Our private tutors share their expert knowledge to help you to master any subject. 

A messaging service is available to allow you to get in touch with the private tutors on our platform and discuss the details of your lessons.

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💻 Can you learn Drawing online?
On Superprof, many of our Drawing tutors offer online tuition.

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To find online courses, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject. 

🎓How many tutors are available to give Drawing lessons?
14358 tutors are currently available to give Drawing lessons near you.

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✒️ How are our Drawing tutors rated?
From a sample of 1650  tutors, students rated their private tutors 5.0 out 5.

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Why Should You Learn How to Draw?

If you take the time to study drawing, it can be an endlessly fascinating pursuit that can take you to many places.

Not only is it a great creative outlet to express yourself, but it can also help you develop the skills you need to take on a number of different careers. Plus, drawing as a practice can help you cultivate a sense of mindfulness and a deeper appreciation for the world around you.

Even if your interest in drawing is purely recreational and you’re in it just to create breathtaking drawings of sweeping landscapes or cityscapes, it’s still worth brushing up on the technical elements to make sure you’re on the path to progress.

Drawing can be as rewarding as it is relaxing, too, given its ability to create new perspectives and open your eyes to different ways of seeing the world around you and everything that populates it.

As a skill, drawing has been used by civilisation ever since the cavemen first started scrawling on the walls of their caves, which makes it an interesting one to master.

The Main Challenges of Drawing

The biggest challenge many of us face with regards to drawing is thinking that whatever we produce won’t be deemed ‘good enough’. This arguably stems from art class at school, which in many cases places emphasis on how art should and shouldn’t be, which can turn a lot of students off to the idea of pursuing it.

Impostor syndrome is a very real psychological pattern, and it’s one that affects nearly all creatives.

From the first time someone tells you that what you’ve drawn is weird or not good by society’s standards, a seed of doubt is planted. Once it’s there, it’s a difficult thought pattern to uproot, but this is where working with a tutor can be a great idea.

If you work with a tutor, it’s much more likely that your drawing tendencies will be encouraged rather than discouraged. Your tutor will implore you to draw the way which feels right to you, and even if in your mind this isn’t ‘good enough’ for a career, you can explore your options with them.

Once you’ve grasped the basics of drawing, a tutor can help you to nail more advanced technical elements, as well as pick up on what you excel at so that you can discuss potential career options if that’s something you’re interested in.

Benefits of Drawing

On the topic of careers and jobs, drawing can lead to many exciting opportunities - more than you might at first think. Of course there’s the obvious path of trying to make it as an artist, or someone who draws for a living and makes money from the results of that.

But this isn’t the only way to turn drawing into a viable career.

Animation and architecture are just two fields which are open to those who excel at drawing, and yet wouldn’t be the first to pop up in many people’s minds.

While animation is concerned with bringing your images to life and adding motion to them, architecture will use your drawings to plot out structures for someone else to bring to fruition.

Then there’s the fields of graphic design and marketing.

All businesses want to stand out; they want to have both well-written copy that converts attention to buys, as well as eye-catching visuals that draw the consumer in.

If you feel like you can help a company stand out by creating striking visuals in the form of logos, widgets, and more, then these could be paths you could consider.

There’s even the option to go into game design if that’s something that piques your interest.

Concept art is a huge deal, and also necessary in the gaming world since it provides a snapshot for the game designers and art directors to go off when creating the game.

Basically any career which requires drawings at some part of the process, from books to comics, and games to album covers, you can have a go at.

What’s more, many people who are talented in drawing and want to monetise the skill make the decision to go freelance.

This offers you the freedom to define exactly what kind of work you want to do and create your own work schedule.

The other main benefit of learning to draw is one which applies to your personal life.

Drawing is an excellent activity to engage in if you’re keen to experience the world more fully, as it can help you to develop a mindfulness practice.

Simply by taking the time to draw something, either from sight or memory, you can focus on the kind of present awareness necessary to bring a sense of calm.

You can even access the elusive state of flow which many creatives strive for, as a result of working hard on the drawing at hand and being free from distraction.

Plus, you might find that developing the habit of drawing makes you more inclined to fully take in your surroundings as you move around the world.

It might make you more likely to notice the autumnal leaves falling from the trees for example, which can then influence your drawing in a positive feedback cycle.

So as you can see, drawing can be a wonderful skill to work on for both your personal and professional life.

Improve your Drawing Technique with Superprof

If you’re in the United Kingdom, you can find a drawing tutor through the Superprof website.

You can use the search function on the website to find the perfect drawing tutor for your needs based on factors such as level of teaching experience, hourly rate, and what previous students have said about the tutor’s classes.

You also have the flexibility to take classes either in-person or online via webcam, in case you prefer working from the convenience of your own home.

Many tutors also offer a sample class to first-time students, in case you want to try before you buy.

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