Points That Will Help You as a Beginner
One objective of beginning a blog was to work on more creative thoughts for my web and private art projects. Long time ago I used to run illustration blogs, but I have taken a break from that. It is also a fact that I have a blank drawing set that has not been touched for a while, so that was the sign I was waiting for to begin. A few moments later, I had come up with a piece that showed the simplest things that we love for breakfast. Below are some factors I considered throughout from the beginning till the end.
For me getting an inspiration was pretty easy. I usually love a lot of things about breakfast, and I had to ensure I bring creativity into the topic. All I needed to for that post was a paper cup and a box of raisins then, later on, I took the photo all by myself. I needed for the post to have different colors in it and as well some different drawing techniques. Anyone who knows me can attest to the fact that I have always loved interior design blogs since I was a child.
one thing that I ensure that I did be to sketch the coffee cup. I wanted to be creative, so I did not draw just a cup but decided to go with a floating cup. I later on decided to add moons and stars so that it can look more of a celestial theme. When I was done with the sketch I defined it with a black pen. It is important to keep in mind that you will make a couple of mistakes but ensure that you learn from it.I did not go to a formal school which could help me in my drawing. Whats interesting is that I choose to play video games and watch cartoon instead.If you think that I can draw a picture of you, let me disappoint you because I definitely cannot. I usually trace with a pencil then, later on, I leave it to dry. During this time of waiting I began my next illustration.
The next thing that I did was draw a box of cereal sitting on a tree stump. I got inspired by a blog that I viewed about wooden furniture. I choose to draw a garden because I had already drawn the moon and the stars. The best part of the procedure was when I started to color the drawings. I colored the cups using crayons and a colored pencil. I had a clear vision of what I wanted the drawing to look like.