by GJ Gillespie, founder of Leda Art Supply
Are you one of those people who think they can't draw? Or maybe you enjoy sketching and drawing, but feel like you're not very good at it. Either way, I have some good news for you: it's actually quite easy to become a drawing enthusiast! Here are some tips to help you get started.
First, remember that the goal is to have fun. Second, try different mediums and styles – there's no wrong way to do it! Third, embrace your mistakes – they'll make your drawings even more unique.
Fourth, don't be afraid to share your work with others. The more you practice, the better you'll become at it. So go ahead and give it a try – you might just surprise yourself at how much you enjoy it!
When learning how to become a drawing enthusiast, it's important to practice regularly. Set aside time each day or week to work on your drawings and try different techniques. You may find that you're better at one medium than another, such as pencil sketches versus charcoal paintings.
Also, don't forget to take breaks in between sessions. This will help to keep you from getting overwhelmed and will allow your creative juices to flow more freely. Take a look at the work of others and let it inspire you. There are many talented artists out there and their work can be incredibly motivating. Plus, it's fun to try to replicate their styles or create something completely unique.
Finally, don't forget to have fun with it. Drawing is a creative outlet and should be an enjoyable experience. Let go of your inner critic and just let the drawings come naturally. Don't worry about perfection – mistakes can help you progress and grow as an artist, so embrace them!
Take photos of your work, share it online or with friends, and be proud of the pieces you create. With enough practice, you may even find yourself becoming a drawing enthusiast.
Good luck and happy drawing!