Funadamental of Drawings
Drawing is the foundation and first steps of the project, centuries ago it was not considered as art. It is still the foundation of a painting, drawing of architecture, sculptural and design. The drawing at the main base of any project, if the drawing is not corrected you will look deformed or imperfect. The pencil drawing can be corrected and make final changes. There are different ways to measure and made sure the detail is exactly the The grid guide is my favorite method. I can make the drawing larger, smaller or the same size as the original. You have no talent or patience, no matter you can draw without talent or patience.
All you need is practice and training. It’s not the same draw from a photograph than it is to draw reality. Practice allows you to develop your drawing and be able to show the movimient, volumes, weight and excitement in the drawing. What I mean is that drawing a real object is the best practice, it has more vivid color things that we don’t see in a photograph. Your eyes, brain and hand are the only part to train to see, think, and coordination to work as one.
First with a dot (.) You can make a drawing entirely with dots. And dots form a line, ( horizontal, vertical, and angle 30, 45, 60, 90, degrees) cross those line forms a cube, rectangle, curve, and circle. That’s why we need to train our eyes to see the lines and shades in the objects to help us drawing exactly what we see and feel.
These two drawings are made by looking at an animal and a bottle. I did not use the grid guide, it is quick drawing. This method is easy and to improve the measurement of the pencil is used, the pencil is used as a metric tool. You put the pencil in front of your eyes with the tip down. Extend your arm to the front (left or right) put your finger
The widest part of the object is measured first.
Then you will find how many vecses the measure
of the wide part in the vertical part of the object. For example, if the wide part measures 1/4 of the pencil and measures vertical (Figure 4) as, using a ruler measures the pugated pencil (6 pugada) 1/4 x 1.5 inch and a half is a quarter. In Figure 4, the total of the vertical part is 7/8 x 5. 1/2 inch.
You can use centimetres as well.
The video shows the following steps with the rules of thirds (where you divide any on three parts.) and triangles ( where cross line inside the shade) After practicing this steps , little by little can be eliminating as are not necessarily needed any more.