Drawing is arguably the most important skill that high school students must develop and master in order to study art and design in college. Knowledge in how to draw well gives you a better understanding on how art and design works in different levels.
For students in need of drawing lessons to improve the artworks to be included in their art portfolio, “The Admission Insider” and PortPrep owner Karen Kesteloot has released The Drawn to Success Study Guide E-Book.
The study guide is a compilation of drawing exercises used by Sheridan College to teach beginners on how to draw proficiently. The exercises are based off lessons “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” by Betty Edwards.
Similar to the groundbreaking book by Ms. Edwards, The Drawn to Success Study Guide aims to develop the neural pathways in your brain that enable you to draw. The more you practice your brain through the exercises in this e-book, the better your drawings will become.
If you’re interesting to learn more about Karen’s e-book, click here!
If you need more convincing on whether or not to purchase The Drawn to Success Study Guide, we have decided to give away the first exercise from the e-book to you…for FREE!
The free drawing exercise we have available will instruct you how to draw a face and vase using your dominant hand. By doing this exercise, you will be able to determine the difference between left-brain and right-brain thinking and which part of your brain to use when drawing.
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