Learning to make better art by loosening up, not worrying, getting curious... and playing!
Art isn’t about doing it ‘properly’ or doing it the ‘right’ way.
True creativity is about curiosity, exploration and play so that you can create great drawings in your own way…
The objective of this drawing lesson is to start to develop a creative mindset with a light-hearted (playful) and curious attitude towards your art-making
(…and today, that actually doesn’t involve ANY drawing!).
This is important because it really helps you not to take your art too seriously!
This allows you to disengage yourself with the end-result and enjoy the process – feeling free to experiment and have fun.
This is far more enjoyable for you and it also creates innovative and fresh art and helps you to develop your own unique style when you do get back to your drawing...
Celtic Otters art plus a look at the Celtic folklores, myths and meanings around otters...
Graceful and playful, the otter is one of our rarest, but most cherished wild animals…
I’ve only been lucky enough to see one otter in the wild – busy eating a fish on a rock by the shore on the remote island of Jura in the west coast of Scotland. A very special sighting and memory!
Get more details on the Big Draw website here...
Or go straight to the page on my website here....
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