What Do You Mean You Can't Draw?
By Karen Rani on August 18, 2006
Many of the lessons are ideal for textile practitoners who have an interest in keeping a visual journal but are fearful of that word drawing. You could quietly build this skill in a visual journal, chipping away at it every couple of weeks.
Furthermore, the lessons available for download and printing are written by Canadian author Brenda Hoddinott, who wrote The Complete Idiotâ€™s Guide to Drawing People Illustrated, and Drawing for Dummies.
Now I can't draw to save my life, but after seeing other beginner's reactions to this website, I might just give it a try.
It is a dog's eye from the beginner lessons at Drawspace. Frankly, DAUB just isn't cutting it. So I went back to Drawspace and have started doing some lessons from the website. This is the same person who wrote Drawing for Dummies, and the lessons are really fun. It's good to be drawing again. I'll be sure and post the finished product when it gets done.
Hat tip to Deb Roby for the linky love.
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