Hello There Friends,
I want to learn sketching but I don't even know how to draw a straight line lol. I downloaded many tutorials but those aren't helpful. I don't know from where i should start. please help me guys. sketching is my passion.
There are no such things as straight lines in nature. so you're good there. work on shading as much as possible. As well as working on tones. That should keep you busy for awhile.
maybe you would do better with direct instruction? if a teacher it there to goud you and correct you it may be all you need... I would say to check out what your library offers the community / groups for art. or community college you can take just an art class / look at GROUPONS for 1 or 2 art classes or MEET UP.
best of luck to you :)
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The best way is to find photographs of what you would like to sketch or take your own. Then using a rule you can scale them up to the size of your paper this will give you a good start on proportions. Then start with the basic drawing techniques draw lines for the major parts of the sketch if your right handed start from the top left of the page.
Cheers hope this was helpful
Hello Faraz.fk ,
You can easily sketch your passion on the your way by doing few learning steps. You just join art classes where you will sketch all your sketches with affective way. These classes best option fir beginners, which make their art with a right way and learn more art techniques shorter span of time.
You have received some good suggestions. Remember that drawing is a skill. Like any skill, a part of it can be taught and the greater part of it is learned through practice. There is an old saying, "You learn to draw by drawing."
There are a number of excellent, inexpensive books on drawing for beginners. Obtain one or two and use them as work books.You say that drawing is your "passion". Then stick with it and do not allow yourself to be discouraged.
I like the way you guide a person.
I wanna learn water color art and sketch art. Some suggestions!!!
I can only speak from personal experience. I would suggest setting up a still life, or finding a photo of something/someone that you find really interesting. Study it, and don't just look at the entire picture; study the subtle details, what materials the objects are made of, where the light is coming from and the shadows, proportions, etc. Then, just practice. Sketch, draw, shade, erase, repeat. Your personal style of drawing/sketching will develope through a LOT of practice, and you will continually get better. Hope that helps! :)