Some tips for learning how to draw people include carefully observing the person you want to draw, watching for proportion and constructing a scene for the figure. Taking a beginning life drawing class can help beginners... More »

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Many artists choose to draw objects that are part of their daily lives, including food items such as fruit, scenery such as buildings or trees, or people such as family members or friends. Other popular subjects include ... More »

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A person can draw a simple moon using a circle or crescent shape, with or without the facial features of a cartoon moon. To draw a detailed, realistic moon, a person could use shading to indicate the darker areas and ens... More »

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To draw winter scenery, choose a bright white paper with a smooth surface to capture reflections and a range of sharp pencils; pick references wisely, organize the scene, and don't be afraid of dark shading. In all, the ... More »

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Begin a drawing of SpongeBob SquarePants with a rectangular outline for the body, and add guidelines to help position the facial features and ensure that SpongeBob is in proportion. Draw a line across the rectangle's bot... More »

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Some tips for drawing a house include studying the intended object, creating concise perspective, proportion and dimension, creating tone and texture with light, shade and color and adding or deleting details, including ... More »

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One tip for learning to draw dragons is to lay out the skeleton of the dragon first. Placing bones and joints in convincing places make illustrated dragons look more realistic. Another tip is to imagine a plausible muscl... More »

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