Ask a child of five or so to draw you a house.
Do they take their paper and crayons, go outside, sit down in front of a house and carefully draw what they see?
…Or do they, perhaps, keep their eyes glued firmly to the paper and present you pretty promptly with a piece of artwork like this?
This is a composite of actual children’s drawings.
…And this is the Windows icon for ‘Home’
You can draw. Of course you can.
Drawing is so easy a child can do it.
Confession time. Don’t laugh, but it took years for a pretty obvious reason to dawn on me.
There are two kinds of drawing
Continue reading You can draw. Really. Even when you can’t draw.
I was just lounging in front of the TV watching someone talking about the news. I started to caricature him on my iphone in a new drawing app called Vellum …only to find he had disappeared and it was another face I was drawing.
Cut to an hour or two later and I found I was having a whale of a time exploring the new brushes in Autodesk Sketchbook Mobile and Brushes painting apps.
I resolved to do more of this.
Add the new Brushes brushes to the range of 20 in SketchBook Mobile, all of them editable, and you’ll find you have quite a wide choice of lines, strokes and textures to play with.
Uploaded by purple0wl on 30 Dec 09, 7.58PM GMT.