Drawing is a challenge 

I am learning sketches and painting for last 2 years. It is a form of Art and I love this Art.

 Art is an expression of our inner thoughts, feelings, and experiences. It’s also an expression of creativity that can be used for self-reflection.

What I feel is that drawing & paintings is important to me for many reasons. It is highly subjective and also very personal. It is a medium where I try to express my feelings and emotions through sketches.

For me, drawing & paintings is my passion and has always been a fascination for me. It also reflects our thought and personality.

It is true that Art has the ability to help me get through some of the hardest times in my life, especially in times of crisis.

It helps me to deal with adverse situations and create something beautiful out of that. It helps to keep us cool.

My drawing also helps me to connect with like-minded people and usually reciprocate our feelings through drawings.

I am trying to have a piece of art work that is special to me that keeps me happy feelings.  I am still at work.

There are countless forms of art. When it comes to visual arts, there are generally 3 types: decorative, commercial, and fine art. I like fine art, but I am not good at drawing. Drawing is a challenge for me.

lot of sketches

I want to develop my own style of drawing. My drawing teacher suggested that I have to make a lot of sketches with sincere dedication and efforts. It will help me develop my skills and that makes me tick.

The key to making a lot of drawing is to find ways to stay motivated. This could be from setting a specific time aside each day to create.

Promise yourself a reward when you’ve filled up your sketchbook.

Keep Experimenting

I have an interest in experimenting with a different type of drawings. I enjoy learning a different type of drawing that helps me develop skill.

For this, I have signed up for a course on Udemy to further extend my skill. My drawing teacher said that sometimes a nugget of an idea you learn from a course can kick-start new ways of working you would never have imagined.

Analyzing my work regularly

I do so many sketches daily and get it analyze on weekly basis through our teacher..

They always comment on the drawings and I write down what they suggested.  Some little clues from my mentor help me in the further drawing and paintings.

Focusing on abstract painting.

I have spent 2 years’ time experimenting with your sketches and paintings. As suggested by my drawing teacher, I am giving more focus to abstract paintings.

At this point, I used to set myself a creative challenge with the objectives to complete a particular drawing within the given time frame. That keeps me motivated and excited.

Collection of work from artists

I have gathered some work from my favorite artists whose works inspire me. It helps me a lot when I practice painting.

I love working in water color so I picked the work of a watercolorist. I love that inspires me a lot.

 Enjoying the process

Drawing is my passion that gives me immense pleasure and happiness. I think it will be helpful in moving forward towards my desired goal. I Keep working and hopeful to develop my own style one day .

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9 replies

  1. Drawing is a challenge and you know how to complete this challenge. I respect this skill of yours.
    Would love to feature your drawings in my blog someday (if you allow)

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  2. Drawing is a challenge for you.But all things are challenges .Life is full of challenges either in profession or in social life.Enjoy the challenge.

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  3. Reblogged this on Retiredकलम and commented:

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