The aim of drawing should not always be to create a picture.
Why is that so?
Drawing is a way of thinking, drawing is visual thinking. Visual thinking is one of a number of non-verbal forms of thought, such as musical thought, kinaesthetic thought and mathematical thought.
We all think in a range of ways, including visual. For example when driving, playing chess or catching a ball.
Drawing is about visual thinking, making connections, editing ideas and seeking the truth.
Here is a list of some of the reasons I think there are to draw:
One of the best ways to improve your drawing and your visual ideas is to stop thinking and just draw. So don’t think too much, just draw!
What are the reasons for your next drawing?
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