Early Drawing

Hi dear Followers,

Unfortunately I have no time to practice drawing further until 20th of April ­čśŽ As this is the last due date when my thesis can be accepted at university, so I really have to complete it somehow. I started it 7 years ago (not studying, but writing the thesis…), stopped a few times for months, years. Last time 3 years ago, because although I finally collected 80 participants who filled in my questionnaires, but then I had a very hard time with the statistics, which is still incomplete.
So I will post some of my early drawings again.
But from 20th of April I WILL BE AS FREE AS A BIRD, I cannot wait. This thesis has a very wrong influence to my soul, but it needs to be done, unless I will only have a high school degree despite the 6,5 years at Uni.

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CC. 2001-2004? *Not all is my own character

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Cats and Art

I was examining some of my paintings to find out what should I continue and what should I change in the next ones. But Kius one of my cats tried to cover them all ­čśÇ

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Kiara <Photo edited with Photoscape>

 

Drawing – Practice is the Key

Practice is the key obviously. After I saw a Hungarian artist’s Zita V├ęgh’sZita_Vegh_Development
development (in the right),┬áI believe that it’s possible for most of us to draw like her (F.Y.I. the last one was drawn with ballpoint pen).

Who really wants, he/she can do it in 10 years (one of my professors in a psychology class said that real talent will evolve with 10 years of practice).

So with pretty much motivation;
┬░concentration;
┬░enthusiasm;
┬░belief;
┬░patience;
┬░submission;
┬░discipline
┬░and of course a lot of practice we can do it.