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Free art lessons, learn to draw sketch paint Online Drawing Lessons - Composition and Design Enhance the effectiveness of our online drawing lessons and improve the quality of your drawings by understanding the importance of Composition and Design. Learning to draw is not only about mastering the ability to draw what you see. Knowing how to create a balanced and harmonious composition within the borders of your page is also an integral part of making art. There are no official "rules" when it comes composing a visually interesting work of art. Simply use the elements of art (line, shape, form, texture & color) to create your desired outcome. Click here for important tips on how to light your still life For Teachers: How to teach Composition Video! From still life below, several different compositions can be made. A good composition may be traditional or unexpected; complex or simple. Here are a few examples. Principles of Design: Movement - This refers to the way your eye moves through the composition. Use the links on the left to browse all of our online drawing lessons.

TL;DR The second bit of advice a beginning artist usually gets is “draw from life”. And it is excellent advice! After all, if you can't draw what is right in front of you, you certainly won't be able to draw what you see in your imagination either. But the advice is a bit short, and will usually leave the artist behind unsure of what to do next. Materials? Figure 1.1. So... a ream of the cheapest copier paper you can find, or in a pinch, the inside of a pizza box. The most important thing to keep in mind is to start with the largest shapes, and gradually work down to the small details. The best way to explain this is by example. The first step is to block in the large shapes. Figure 1.3. Now pause and check if everything is still correct. The proportions are okay: the line through the eyes is supposed to be a bit below halfway (say, at 5/8ths) the lines of the ear tips and the chin. Figure 1.4. Eyeballing diagonal lines through your figure is called “caliper vision” by [Ryd]. Figure 1.5.

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