Category Archives: Learning to Draw

Learning to Draw: Han&Padme

For my latest attempt I’ve tried to reproduce sketches of Han Solo: and Padme Amidala: from my “You Can Draw Star Wars” book. Neither look much like who they’re supposed to be, but still, it’s another step along the way. … Continue reading

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Learning to Draw: Elf

Here’s my latest attempt, a rather odd picture of an Elf: Odd or not, I still like it.

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Learning to Draw: Woman with Hair

I’ve started trying to draw people and faces. Startling revelation: it turns out to be really, really hard. Below is my best effort to date. There are still lots of naive features (in fact, my drawings at the moment remind … Continue reading

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Drawing: Butterfly Labyrinth

My first commission! I was asked to provide an illustration for a birthday card for a six year old girl who likes “patterns and numbers.” This is what I came up with. It’s also my first attempt at colorizing a … Continue reading

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Drawing: Landscape 2

This is my latest (attempt at a) drawing, a landscape copied from Mark Linley’s How to Draw Anything book. It’s my second attempt at the scene, and while it is much better than the first attempt it’s still got a … Continue reading

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Learning to Draw

After a lifetime of being disturbed by not being able to draw, I’ve finally decided to try and learn. I’m posting some of my better efforts on a gallery.

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