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Lesson Posted on 08 Aug Art and Creativity/Drawing

Learn drawing by using easy steps

Bhanu Swetha

I can teach every topic very easily and make it stronger for the students.

Draw daily — practice, practice, practice. Bring a sketchbook with you everywhere. Purchase a variety of pencils. Experiment with texture, colour, and blending. Take a local art class or study art theory. Draw from pictures or other drawings. Draw upside down. Study your source mater... read more
  1. Draw daily — practice, practice, practice.
  2. Bring a sketchbook with you everywhere.
  3. Purchase a variety of pencils.
  4. Experiment with texture, colour, and blending.
  5. Take a local art class or study art theory.
  6. Draw from pictures or other drawings.
  7. Draw upside down.
  8. Study your source material
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Answered on 03 Jun Art and Creativity/Drawing

Tarun Yadav

Drawing and sketching class having experience of 5 years

Rs. 1000 for 3 classes for 1 student
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Lesson Posted on 09 Jan Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Art and Creativity/Painting

Passionate Art Teacher for Artists forever Young at Heart

Dr. DD

"Education is something that remains inside us after we forget everything"-Swami Vivekananda; this is...

Here's your passionate art, craft, drawing and painting teacher, having 14 years of global experience, always striving to bring out the best artist inside you. Call me to start right away.
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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Painting Art and Creativity

WHY SHOULD WE DRAW (Part-2)?

Arup Biswas

This is artist Arup Biswas completed degree and diploma in Painting (honours) from RabindraBharati University,...

1. It's relaxing for the most part. At times it can be challenging and frustrating. 2. If we want to be an expert in drawing and the only way to get better is to do it consistently. 3. Sometimes I have an image in my head that won't quite show up until I get it on paper. It is almost a compulsion. 4.... read more

1. It's relaxing for the most part. At times it can be challenging and frustrating.

2. If we want to be an expert in drawing and the only way to get better is to do it consistently.

3. Sometimes I have an image in my head that won't quite show up until I get it on paper. It is almost a compulsion.

4. It helps us to work through some powerful emotions. These drawings always turn out the best because they end up layered with meaning.

5. It is a skill other people admire.

6. Drawing transcends language barriers, let you communicate with more people in this World.

7. Spending hours on something like this give us a real sense of accomplishment when it's finished.

8. It's a way to share our opinions and where our head is at the moment.

9. It's wild to draw a picture that has so much specific meaning to you, and then to show people and see how your piece changes and grows based on others perceptions.

10. We draw because we find it fun and fulfilling, and our life would not be the same without it.

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Lesson Posted on 01/06/2017 Tuition/BTech Tuition Tuition/Engineering Diploma Tuition Art and Creativity/Drawing

Why SSC/HSC Students Should Study Technical Drawing?

Ashok Jain

High school students who are determined to pursue the Engineering profession use lot of their energy in securing good marks in their Board examinations.They also parallely attend preparatory classes at coaching centres for the entrance exams like the CET. Very few perhaps know that in the first year... read more

High school students who are determined to pursue the Engineering profession use lot of their energy in securing good marks in their Board examinations.They also parallely attend preparatory classes at coaching centres for the entrance exams like the CET. 

Very few perhaps know that in the first year / semester of the Engineering Degree/Diploma most subjects are common for the students of all the branches/discipline of Engineering. Whether, you have opted for Information Technology or Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering or any other stream of Engineering you have to study these common/ compulsory subjects in the first semester.

Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics/Chemistry, Fundamentals of Programming Languages, Engineering Graphics/Drawing are the subjects you have to study mandatorily.

Engineering Graphics-1 is a subject that requires practical/hands on experience to cope up with its demands. A number of students find it difficult to understand, some take it lightly and either score very low marks or simply fail in the subject called drawing. 

Even the Polytechnic students pursuing their Diploma courses have to study the commom subjects in the first semester irrespective of the branch they have selected.The common subjects are: Basic Physics, Basic Chemistry, Basic Mathematics, English, Computer Fundamentals and Basic Workshop Practice.

My humble suggestion is that if the high school students attend a short/crash course on the Technical Drawing meant for high school students during their vacations they will find the subject much easier and will score good marks when they attend first semester of Engineering/Polytechnic.

Any good tutor can teach the basics of Technical Drawing in maximum 10 - 15 days.

The school authorities can also take the initiative of conducting full day Workshops on the subject on weekends. This small step will decrease the load in the first semester of engineering on the student.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/05/2017 Art and Creativity/Drawing

This is subhasri. Today I am going to teach basic drawing

Subhasri

Hi to everybody, Today I am gonna teach about start up in diawing... When you decide to learn drawing, or you have interest in drawing means, 1st you must learn to be patience. patience is very important in drawing. While you start up in drawing 1st lesson is draw a straight line. friends... read more

Hi to everybody,

  •  Today I am gonna teach about start up in diawing...
  1. When you decide to learn drawing, or you have interest in drawing means, 1st you must learn to be patience.
  2. patience is very important in drawing.
  3. While you start up in drawing 1st lesson is draw a straight line. friends while am say this definitely you will laugh or think this is common . even child also can draw a straight line.. but your tought is very wrong drawing a straight line is very difficult. we have to take atleast 2weeks pratice. then only you can draw staright line perfectly.
  4. because in drawing straight line very important. when you do pratice daily, then only you get flow in line
  5. While you draw straight line, you must have to hold the pencil in 4cm far from the pencil tip. 
  6. Then when you praticing the line, your hand dont place on paper. you must have to hold pencil and draw the line without support  your palm in sheet.  
  7. keep praticing again and again then only u draw a prefect line.
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Lesson Posted on 18/04/2017 Art and Creativity/Drawing Tuition/BTech Tuition Tuition/Engineering Diploma Tuition

Entrance Exams for Architechture

Ashok Jain

High School students aspiring for admission to Architecture must prepare well particularly for the Aptitude Test and the Drawing Test. Because the Mathematics Test is similar to the Tests for other Entrance tests, which you must be preparing otherwise also. Both the Aptitude and the Drawing tests are... read more

High School students aspiring for admission to Architecture must prepare well particularly for the Aptitude Test and the Drawing Test. Because the Mathematics Test is similar to the Tests for other Entrance tests, which you must be preparing otherwise also.

Both the Aptitude and the Drawing tests are based on good knowledge of Technical Drawing and need preparation under EXPERT guidance.

You have to develope your drawing and coloring skills.

YOU HAVE TO DEVELOPE YOUR CREATIVE IMAGINATION .

You have to understand rhe concepts of Isometric, Orthographic and Perspective projections.

You must be able to draw aerial views of objects, buildings.

You have to understand the concept of Development of Surfaces.

You have to know of famous logos and create new ones.

You have to know the concept of light and shadow and draw it.

You have to know everything about the famous architectural wonders of the past and the present and their Architects.

A good knowledge of building materials,terminology is also required for the aptitude test.

Very Important: The Tests Are Not Online But With pen And Paper.

Your Drawing Skill And Imagination Is Put To Test.

You Need A Lot Of Practice So Start Now For The Next Exams.

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Answered on 16/03/2017 Art and Creativity/Drawing

Rahul Semwal

Trainer

Everyone can draw.. Its just a matter of perception. All you need is proper guidance and a thorough course ware which covers the entire sketching process, techniques and pipeline. Almost everyone starts from scratch, and through practice becomes better and better, You can too.
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Lesson Posted on 16/12/2016 Art and Creativity/Drawing

About Art

Riya Bose

I am a painter. I teach drawing & drafting children with a lots of care. There is also craft class.I...

Art is a creation, is has to create by own. So, it has to feel. We, the teachers help you people by teaching how to feel, how to think, how to exepress your feeling. We teach how to create the topic of art, we made the real eyes to feel the nature. So firstly feel the art, it is very important. read more
  1. Art is a creation, is has to create by own. So, it has to feel. We, the teachers help you people by teaching how to feel, how to think, how to exepress your feeling.
  2. We teach how to create the topic of art, we made the real eyes to feel the nature.
  3. So firstly feel the art, it is very important.
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Lesson Posted on 06/12/2016 Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Art and Creativity/Painting

The Importance of Drawing.

Falguni Chakraborty

From the time a child enters kindergarten, to eight grades, art should be a part of their education....

Watch a child draw. See how she scrawls with abandon, jabs the felt tip at the paper, colours an eye so deeply the pen drives a hole through the paper. Look as she concentrates on the action of the subject, strips out unnecessary detail, toys with scale. This is pure drawing, instinctive, expressive... read more

Watch a child draw. See how she scrawls with abandon, jabs the felt tip at the paper, colours an eye so deeply the pen drives a hole through the paper. Look as she concentrates on the action of the subject, strips out unnecessary detail, toys with scale. This is pure drawing, instinctive, expressive and truthful.

Children’s drawings are interesting, especially to artists, because of their honesty and their energy. Unfortunately, these qualities are frequently abandoned as they grow up and, for most teenagers, a good drawing is one that resembles a photograph, with the emphasis on precision and neatness. The result is usually a tidy drawing stripped of life; neat, dull and dead. The great challenge is to revitalize drawing.

Think about that image on the phone. It captures less than a second and, once stored, will probably be looked at again for less than a minute. Imagine instead making a drawing of the view, the face, the plate of food you wish to photograph. Consider the length of time you would have to scrutinize the subject; think how you would be forced to appreciate the spatial relations within it, and the tonal ones. How would you convey the differences in form, in texture? Imagine how well you would know your subject after this inspection.

Drawing is looking, and there is no better way to learn to see and understand the world around us. Drawing has the power to deepen comprehension and transform perception. As Kenneth Clark pointed out about Leonardo da Vinci, he didn’t draw so well because he understood so much, he understood so much because he drew so well. We can see the artist’s mind unfold in a sketchbook or appreciate the preparations that go into a painting through the preparatory studies. Drawing is the basis of it all; it is where exploration, development and refinement of ideas happen. Furthermore, these experiments themselves will be things of beauty and interest.

Nobody need be Leonardo to enjoy drawing. It is an activity that should be fun regardless of ability. There is something in the act of making marks (a deep, primal activity) that is eternally satisfying while the concentration required to see a drawing through to completion is often compared to meditation. Drawing forces all other thoughts from the mind. Drawing is good therapy. There is a Big Draw event in Dunoon in which the Cowal Elderly Befrienders will use drawing to explore memories with groups of older people. Drawing is increasingly used like this, to elicit distant memory, or, in other circumstances, help explain trauma.

The Big Draw website has an interactive map that details events around the country this month. The events cater for everyone and are varied in their approach. Exhibitions and ‘serious’ drawing events vie with the opportunity to draw with inks made from freshly crushed blackberries.

Encouraging drawing in schools is a central and vital aspect of The Big Draw. Picasso was right when he said, ‘Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up’. The Big Draw can only help.

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