Things to draw about yourself

6.56  ·  5,520 ratings  ·  445 reviews
things to draw about yourself

Drawing Quotes (150 quotes)

File Name: things to draw about
Size: 54421 Kb
Published 09.12.2018

How To Make A Fake Tattoo With Paper And A Sharpie

Before you read any more of this column, grab a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Now draw a leader.

Draw Yourself Happy: Drawing, Creativity + Your Brain

This is the year I will draw every single day. Another failed resolution. Another hopeless year, another waste, right? Actually, I believe my resolution was far from a failure. I believe it was a huge success. I drew days! I filled up 5.

I have always wanted to be good at drawing. Ever since primary school i have doodled in the margins of every paper I hold. My previous attempts at learning to draw have been disappointing. Most recently, in , I backpacked around East Africa for 3 months and thought I would use that time to learn. I was going to draw something every day — sketching what I saw and did and ultimately document my improved skills over that period. In reality I found it hard to motivate myself because my drawings sucked, and I quickly gave up.

Related stories

Chou-Tac 2 Comments. Welcome to the Design Sketchbook blog! If you are new here and you wanna get ready to start Design Sketching, feel free to receive the Designer Starter Kit and make your first steps! Click here to download the book! Instagram is an amazing tool to publish your work online and get feedbacks, but especially likes and followers.

I used to do this activity every year when I was teaching preschool, and I did it with my girls when they were little, and then my boys when they were preschool aged. All my kids have had a go at this at least once before and I thought we might be done with it, but as soon as I mentioned it they were keen to do it again. We used a roll of Ikea paper and taped two long pieces together to make a piece of paper big enough to fit my boys. Then have your child lie down on the paper and draw around their body to make an outline. There will be lots of giggles and wiggles both while you are drawing around them and after when they get up and see themselves drawn onto the paper. We chose oil pastels to fill in details and paint to cover large areas. The boys chose paint colours to go with the ideas they had for their clothing, and got to work creating.


  1. Chirag D. says:

    Drawing on my past

  2. Christian S. says:

    Draw yourself a leader

  3. Brent J. says:

    2. You’ve made it public and held yourself accountable

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *