Do you remember your childhood days when you drew, scribbled or sketched anything that popped inside your head? Back then, you didn’t think too much about how it looked or worried about what people thought about your work, right?
All you wanted was to see was your artwork on the family fridge. As long as
it was there, propped up using a small kitchen magnet, you were happy.
There are people who quit drawing as they grew older because of fear of rejection.
Perhaps at some point, you were told that your work was not up to scratch. It may have been a casual comment made by a relative, a friend, a colleague at work or even a complete stranger that prompted you to stop drawing altogether.
Finding encouragement and sources of inspiration can be difficult but not impossible. I have developed tutorials and guides that cover these areas and more.
This website was designed to help you find the joy in drawing again. By browsing through the tutorials, you can also gain insight on how to become a better artist or find inspiration for your next masterpiece.
Regardless of your prior experience with drawing or your current skill level, there is a tutorial, guide or exercise on this website made for you.
Never drawn before? No need to worry as I can teach you the basics. I have provided this easy step-by-step guide to show you how you can draw effortlessly. No sweat, no tears, no frustration.
There are also pages devoted to different mediums. I can teach you how to produce incredible pencil sketches, how to use pen and ink or charcoal.
Start with learning the basics. Know what art materials are available on the market, how to hold your equipment properly and where you can find inspiration. From then on, you can move to the more advanced material.
Also featured on this site are tutorials that can teach you how to do perspective drawing and 3D sketches. From doodles and sketches, these guides can help you create more detailed and realistic drawings.
For art students, there are exercises that can help you improve your craft and learn new skills.
A chicken wearing a trilby hat Cartoon Style
A joyous Cartoon couple
But wait, I haven’t told you the best part yet. All these tutorials are available for free! That’s right, you don’t need to pay me a single dime to access these tutorials.
Art is meant to be enjoyed. Shoot me an email and let me know how you are getting along with the tutorials and exercises. I wanna see your artwork as well. Feel free to upload your finished sketch or drawing to let other people know of your progress.
Visit “Showcase Your Work” area to see artwork from other artists. You can use this page as another source of inspiration for your next piece. On the other hand, your sketch could also encourage other people to start drawing as well. If you are one who loves drawing cartoons, you can even get paid for your efforts as well.
Enter your email address below this page to sign up for monthly updates. This way you’ll know right away when I post new material on the website. It can be in the form of a new tutorial, a list of drawing tips and techniques or drawing exercises among others.
From time to time, I may also send you updates on art products and special offers. You don’t need to worry about spam as I would never sell your email to third parties. The email address you provide will strictly be used as my means to communicate with you.
Got any other questions regarding art or this website? Use the Contact Form to get in touch with me.
Are you ready to get those creative juices flowing again? If so, then start browsing the website and try out the exercises. I’m looking forward to hearing from you and seeing your masterpiece.
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My Testimonial to You
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It makes you feel confident that you really could learn to draw and sketch. Drawing pencil sketches is very detailed and provides great advice on learning how to draw just about anything!.