Why on earth would anyone want to Draw Picture art in this day and age? It is, after all, so simple to produce a rendering on a computer screen, with a little help from a graphics program.
Well, if ya want us to draw ya a picture (hardee har har) of why sketching is such an important, useful and potentially enjoyable (hey it's possible, right?:)) skill, then let me explain the value and outright magic of hand-composed art.
When you learn to Draw Picture art, you are gaining a valuable skill that will help you greatly during your school years. Of course you'll be required to draw in art class; but the skill of artistic composition may also come in handy in courses such as drafting, science (where you may be asked to produce sketches of an atom, or to outline the concepts of a science project), biology (where the teacher might want you to do a rendering that shows the organs of the human body—an admittedly yucky but educational assignment), drama (you might be asked to sketch a scale version of a play set before building the real deal), or even reading (in which you might have to come up with an image based on a story read in class).
After graduation, you may choose to pursue art as a career. Or you may select a profession, like teaching, architecture, advertising, police work or construction, which involves some degree of creative skill in these areas.
Athletes and sports coaches sketch out their play prior to their games.
As an added bonus, the ability to draw picture art always comes in handy in your personal and family life as well. Whether you are inking out a map that will show a friend or relative how to reach a particular destination, or a gift portrait that depicts the face of someone you love (sappy beyond belief, we know, but it would make a nice present), you can put your artsy skills to work for you.
So have we convinced you as to the great importance—not to mention the out and out coolness—of learning to draw? Awesome!
here are some tips that will help you come up with a great
hand-composed image, regardless of what specifically you decide to draw:
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Your website is beautiful and exudes with goodness—-here is all the info, free of charge, just go and play with it, free your creativity. It would be the perfect site for our 10 year old, who is a keen (and very good) drawer in the sense that she truly enjoys it and will do it in her free time just for fun.