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Learn how to start drawing for beginners. Discover essential tools, basic techniques, and tips for developing your skills and Collaborate with us to bring your artistic vision to life with personalized art

Art is the silent language of heart, conveying what words cannot express.

Sketch Art

Sketch art is a form of drawing that is typically created with loose, expressive strokes. It is often used as a preliminary study for a more finished work of art, but it can also be a finished piece in itself. Sketch art can be created with a variety of media, including pencil, charcoal, pen, and ink.

Water Colour Art

Watercolor art, also spelled water colour, is a painting method that employs pigments suspended in water-based solutions. Water color paints are applied to paper, and the paints dry transparent, leaving the white of the paper to show through. This creates a luminous and airy quality that is unique to water colors.

Digital Art

Digital art is any artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. It can encompass a wide range of techniques, from digital drawings, paintings, and illustration, to photos, videos, and even sculpture. All can be classed as digital art, so long as they’re created, enhanced, or exhibited digitally.


     Solid Foundation: Emphasize how your course builds a strong foundation in drawing principles like perspective, anatomy, shading, and color theory. This sets students up for success in any artistic pursuit.

            Technique and Expertise: Showcase the specific techniques your course teaches, whether it’s mastering a particular medium (watercolor, digital), character design, or advanced drawing skills.

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  • A good choice for portraits is a softer graphite pencil, like 2B or 4B. These allow for smooth shading and creating a range of values.

The key to improvement is consistent practice. Try setting aside dedicated time each day or week to draw. There are also many online tutorials and courses that can teach you specific techniques.

  • Break hair down into individual strands or clumps. Consider the direction of the hair growth, highlights, and shadows. Use a light touch and vary your line weight to create texture.

Watercolor paper is thicker and more absorbent than regular paper. This prevents warping and allows for better blending of the paints.

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