Showcase Your Kids' Artwork Here
As a creative student who shows up for art class and has probably been to a museum or two, you definitely know the difference between Kids Drawings and other forms of art.
Indeed, the subject of a Kids Drawing might be way different than that of an adult composition. You might be more liable to sketch Lady Gaga than that lovely but annoyingly mysterious lady who grins so big all the time (i.e., the Mona Lisa).
Or you might be more likely to draw a picture of a singer who makes you scream at concerts (Justin Bieber? Selena Gomez?) than try to come up with another version of that guy with the big head in the Edvard Munch painting "The Scream" (of course if you had to go through middle school with a head that big, you might well be tempted to scream a lot yourself!) And you may be more inclined to render a video game console to paper than a bunch of violets.
Of course, we are speaking in general here. Some forms of Kids Drawingdo address classic subjects; and, as a devoted artist, you are likely to shift your creative focus quite often throughout the course of your hobby and career.
Ah, but that is the beauty of youth art. As a young person you bring something new to the drawing table; aside from mastering time-honored art forms, theories and methods, you can come up with fresh ideas and inventive techniques. And you can take an ultra modern object or pop symbol and turn it into a thing of beauty.
Sure, you respect the artists and sketchers who came before you; but as someone new to the art game, you may find that you don't relate to the things they drew—and, for that matter, the ways that they composed their work. Deep down, you might find "the classics" just a bit intimidating. How can you ever live up to that greatness?
The simple answer is, Kids, don't even try. Instead make your own greatness. Don't try to be the next Picasso or O'Keeffe. Just be the first you. Show the world all the wonderful ways that you can bring a sketchpad to life. Here's how to start:
Sit down with a piece of paper and try some basic shapes and lines.
Drawing a bunch of circles, triangles and straight lines might not amount to much at first; but trust me, you'll get there! Once you've laid the groundwork for your first project, then you can set about giving life to your page.
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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.