Woodland Animals by Cindy Wider

Are you ready to draw better, more quickly, and confidently from memory and imagination or real life?

I understand how you feel if you’re frustrated at being stuck with your drawing. Even if you haven’t tried to draw since you were a child because you lack the confidence to get started, I understand.

I was there once and I remember that pain well. It’s frustrating and sad. I don’t want you to go another day struggling like that. I can help you right now today.

Over the years I’ve discovered the secret to being able to draw well, and have helped thousands of others do the same.

Now its your turn to learn to draw more spontaneously, with confidence and freedom.

So just exactly how did I do this and how can I help you do the same?

I discovered that to be able to draw, we need to access 4 major skills that most of us are born with and use on a daily basis.

You might be surprised to know what they are because these 4 skills are not drawing skills at all. They are comparison skills.

Let’s take a look at some examples of what these 4 comparison skills are, and when you’ll be using them in your drawings:

Comparison of angles: You use this skill when you straighten a picture on the wall. For drawing, you need this skill to make sure that the outline and all the shapes in your drawing look correct.

butterfly painting crooked on wall

Comparison of sizes: You use this skill when you cut a cake into even pieces. In drawing, this skill is used so that you have the right proportions for each part of the drawing compared to other parts and the whole.

cake cut into eight pieces

Comparison of tones: You use this skill when you can tell what time of day it is just by the tone in the sky on a blue sky day. When you’re drawing you’ll use this skill to help you make your shadows and highlights are the right level of dark and light (in all in the right places.)

Comparison of spaces: You use this skill when you’re positioning the furniture in a room. Maybe you can sense when it feels too crowded, empty or messy. In drawing this skill is used to help you draw things in the right places within the page so that it looks pleasing to your viewer.

The key to accessing these 4 major comparison skills in your drawings is to ask yourself very specific questions about what you’re drawing. You must ask just one question at a time about comparing angles, sizes, tones or spaces.

If you want to learn exactly how to access these 4 skills (and to practice my unique method) enrol into my brand new short fun course at the link below. You’ll be amazed at how much your drawing improves right away! You’ll learn while it doesn’t even feel like learning.

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Happy Drawing Times!