A new hobby: Drawing for beginners
If you have always liked to paint or would like to make this your new hobby, our 10 tips on drawing are perfect for beginners. Many sign artists enjoy the fact that they can find inner peace and switch off from everyday life. You can do that. You just have to start and if not now, when then? The beginning can be quite simple as long as you have enough ideas and knowledge, but also someone who has been an artistically unwritten sheet can have great pleasure in drawing.
Drawing for beginners Tip 1: Ideas and inspirations
Ideas are very important for you at the beginning. No matter what the first drawings look like, if you don’t have fantasies and ideas, you should let this hobby be better, because without inspiration and inner drive it will be difficult. The most important thing in the beginning is never to compare yourself too much with other artists. Everyone has their own style and that’s a good thing.
Drawing for beginners Tip 2: Value on good equipment
For the right equipment, let’s tell you never use the cheapest pens and never the cheapest paper. You can draw wonderfully on it, but quality costs a little more. But you can be reassured, it doesn’t have to be the most expensive equipment.
It’s best to try out a little, which paper feels good and which pens are in your hand? Are there pens where you feel like they’re automatically signing, just waiting to put your thoughts on paper? At creative trade fairs you can not only get to know the latest trends and highlights, but often also try them out.
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- Everything in one sketch kit: Includes all the necessary tools for sketching and drawing, e.g. charcoal pins of soft, medium, hard, graphite rod, eraser, graphite rod, dual-head pencil extender, sketch pencils.
- Easy to carry: The portable bag can store and store all pieces well organized,the bag is finely processed with zipper.
Drawing for beginners Tip 3: Exercise makes the master
If you don’t get your planned motive right away the first time, don’t give up. As with all other things, drawing means: Exercise makes the master! Therefore, take it rather as an incentive and draw the motif again and again. Maybe not immediately and immediately, but after some time. In the meantime, draw things that you are sure will succeed. So you always have a success on which everything else can be built. It’s a good place to start with simple things.
Drawing for Beginners Tip 4: Note the influence of light at your workplace
Pay attention to which side the light falls on you and your drawing. Dark light may cause you to misdraw some lines. Too bright light could dazzle you when drawing for beginners.
Drawing for beginners Tip 5: Start by signing tangible things that you can see and touch
It’s best if you only draw things at the beginning that you can also look at closely. Take an apple, place it in front of you and draw it with all the details.
Drawing for beginners Tip 6: Learn different types of characters
If you want to learn to draw successfully, you should also master the basic techniques such as hatching, three-dimensional and precise vision. If you look closely and learn to record the little details, you will succeed faster than someone for whom everything has to go quickly.
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Drawing for beginners Tip 7: Learn from your mistakes!
Of course, a good drawing takes some time, but it pays off in the end. Mistakes you may still be making are your best exercise and the best teacher anyway. From all these mistakes, you gather experience that advances you.
Drawing for beginners Tip 8: Use a sketchbook
It’s always a bit easier to use a sketchbook when drawing. Here you can draw simple ideas, you can’t get any further with this picture, scroll a few pages further and draw a new picture. It is worth scrolling through a sketchbook again and again, because this allows you to supplement drawings and over time the pencil drawing pushes to the other side, creating new inspirations for drawing.
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Drawing for beginners Tip 9: Draw in geometric dimensions and use guides, vanishing points, and grid lines.
The easiest way is always to draw in geometric dimensions. For example, a person may present a sphere as a head, the body as a rectangle, and the legs as a square. Use the guide line and a vanishing point after which you will set out all the other lines. So it’s easier for you, and if all your guides are finely drawn, they can also be straightened well.
Drawing for beginners Tip 10: In peace lies the power, take your time and do not put yourself under pressure.
If you haven’t been a great master in art, it’s good for you to start with the grid method. To do this, you paint some grid lines on a blank sheet of paper and use them as guides. Often the easiest way to learn how to draw is to learn and the first successes are evident early on. So you don’t get discouraged so quickly, have fun and the joy of the new hobby remains.
Drawing for beginners – Basic requirements:
Pencils in different degrees of hardness
Our tips at a glance:
1. Enough ideas and inspirations.
2. Make a good use of equipment.
3. Exercise makes the master.
4. Note the influence of light on your workplace.
5. Start signing tangible things that you can see and touch
6. Learn different types of characters.
7. Learn from your mistakes.
8. Use a sketchbook.
9. Draw in geometric dimensions and use guides, vanishing points, and grid lines.
10. In peace lies the power, take your time and do not put yourself under pressure.
Drawing for beginners – Our conclusion:
With the right equipment, ideas and motivation, learning to draw can be easy. We hope that our tips have helped you and we wish you a lot of joy and success with your new hobby.