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The One Skill Every Beginning Artist Needs - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

No matter what anyone may tell you, drawing is a very learnable skill, no different than reading, writing, or riding a bike. It’s simply a question of having someone show you what to do and then practicing so you improve.

In today’s lesson we’re going to start with the most basic drawing skill that EVERY artist needs to learn. All you’ll need for this tutorial are some pieces of paper and a pencil, no other fancy supplies. Inexpensive computer printer paper and a plain old number two pencil will do just fine.


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How to Make Caricatures - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

This is a great collection of tips and techniques you can use to draw caricatures and learn the basic theory and 5 shapes of caricature design.


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Let's Get to Know Perspective - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

How perspective drawing is defined in Wikipedia:

"Perspective (from Latin perspicere, to see through) in the graphic arts, such as drawing, is an approximate representation, on a flat surface (such as paper), of an image as it is perceived by the eye."


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Learn How to Create Anything - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

You want to learn to draw but don't know where to start? Well look no further!

This tutorial will show you that just by using a few simple shapes that anyone can manage, you can learn to draw literally anything you want to, with increasing confidence and enjoyment. Every object you look at around you - a house, animal, a face, boat, mountain, tree and so on can easily be constructed by using one or a combination of just five basic shapes.


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The Basics of Light - p3 - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

Natural light comes in a wide range of different flavours, and the difference between them can be enormous. The source of all our natural light is the sun, however it takes on different characteristics at different times of day and in different weather conditions, turning this one source of light into essentially many different ones ranging from hard and warm to soft and cool.


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Sailor Moon Face - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

OK, so here's the first part of the tutorial. It presents basic head structure and how to plan it out and draw it. This is just my method of drawing sailor moon. you're totally free to use it if you'd like. If you DO plan to use my method, i assure you the first few times you try it's not gonna look cannon, but if you try a few more times, you'll eventually get it, then you'll never have to use references when drawing sailor moon again!


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Basic Dragon - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

So, a lot of people have been asking lately how they can dragons. So here's a basic video for you all!



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Basics to Making Legs - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Figure Drawing Tutorial: Basics to Drawing Legs - Part 1


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Basic Coloring with Colored Pencils - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Have you ever asked yourself, why they put a white pencil in every box? Or how you could intensify your shadows, when you don't have any darker color?
Here are some answers...


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How to Use Watercolour Pencils - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Learning how to use watercolour pencils gives you many of the advantages of watercolour paints and avoids some of the pitfalls.

In this three part series, Part 1 below shows you what you need to get started and some basic techniques.


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