Lines are not celebrated as much as it should be so we're recognizing its full beauty in this article. We'll show you the different types of line drawings you can employ at your own pace.
Rest assured that the goal of this technique is not perfection. It is an exercise to strengthen the connection between your eyes, your hand and your brain. It also stresses the very foundation of drawing - you must first learn how to see.
Watch the video below for a quick warm-up you can do at your own time:
It is best done using smooth mediums too so you can move your arm and hand fluidly. Set yourself up for a timed drawing challenge every once in a while and be surprised at how constantly you improve the way you capture details and complete them on paper.
Dancers, kids running or any subject doing a type of movement is a great subject for this technique.
Just like the other techniques we've discussed so far, continous line drawing improves your confidence and drawing speed. It also sharpens your hand-brain-eye coordination.
This type of line drawing technique is also a great way of exercising perspective in art and varied line weights, meaning darker lines are made in the foreground while paler lines are made in the distance.
Check out this video below on how to draw a human head using the planar analysis technique.
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