There is a theory that depicts a person is left-brained or right-brain dominant by understanding whether that person is more into reasoning and analytical or whether that person is more creative and artistic. If one is more into the former one, he or she or they is known to be left-brained, and if you are more into the latter one, you may grow up to be a writer, art teachers, musicians, or architects. Well, this post is dedicated to the painters and drawing artists those who fall under the right brain category. Drawing or painting is a way of calming oneself and helps your neurotransmitter to work more creatively. It is also a way to increase your brain capacity to become robust and vivid. With that said, we will now read a quick guide to understand how to brush up one’s talent and bring out the best. Without any further ado let us hit the post, shall we?
The first exercise we will be discussing to bring the best is none other than the eye and hand coordination. As an artist, you must have a very good eye and hand coordination to be the best. You have to build up your muscles and bring the best out by exercising your muscles and fingers. There are a lot of mechanical exercises that are dedicated to this coordination. One of the ways to understand the coordination is by drawing and practicing circles. It is not as easy as it sounds. You must be vigilant enough to start and end where you begin.
Artists those who bring the best masterpieces always rely on what perception they are looking at. Drawing is all about perception. As an artist, the way you see may not be the same what others see. You can bring any perspective, and it takes experience to bring out the think-out-of-box ideas and perception. One way you can attain this skill is by drawing hands. Not the complete hand, by the palm and fingers. You can make any form from your hands, and this is one of the ways you can bring the best perception into the paper.
The third one is to understand the lighting and shading effect of the paper or towels or cloths. You can start by arranging the cloths in such a manner to get the perfect lighting and a model for you to draw. This will help you to control light and shadiness in the cloth or whatever tool you have kept on the table. It is not easy, but experience and exercise will make you reach the point.
The next one where you can brush up to increase the focus is nothing but the composition part. This is where you bring the story to life. You must ask yourself why you must draw the object there and what was the composition you are trying to bring out. You can even draw a different composition of the same object. You can try this out by drawing the everyday tools and equipment.