Artists Who Can't Draw
Developing your drawing skills is something that is a lifelong process.
As a pyrographer, I can’t stress enough about the necessity of drawing skills, and how a good foundation of knowing how to draw and developing a drawing skill that will greatly improve your
pyrography skills. This is something that I continue to work on, not only because it is enjoyable to me but also because I know what I lack in skill and the only way to improve is to keep at it.
Keeping a sketchbook and a pencil handy is all you need, it is portable, you don’t need electric, you can even take it out and make a 5 minute sketch over your lunch break at work.
I have heard so many people, even pyrography students, tell me that “they can’t draw”. In lieu of me writing a tome on the benefits of drawing and telling you until I am blue in the face that you certainly can if you give it time and practice, let me direct you to this sweet encouraging animation I found.
This says it all and so much better than I can.
2/2/2023 09:38:01 pm
Jenn, What a sweet inspiring video. I appreciate the encouragement it gives to develop skills and confidence in latent talent. It also shows the value of diving in and finding the creative flow through through the regularity. And yes we and what we make grow through this!
2/5/2023 02:32:06 pm
I enjoyed the little video and found it inspirational. Thank you Jenn.
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Art has always been a part of my life, and I have worked in many different mediums.