Life is too short to Sketch✏
I have written my life in small Sketch,what i fell today a little tomorrow and yesterday ,i look back on my life ,what i have sketch i fell satisfied with it,and i have made the best what can i do…
When we sketch, our drawings tell stories of the places, people, and sights we have seen. our sketches are like snapshots of a moment in time. But what if our sketches could tell more than what we have seen at one point in time? sketch describe what we think?what we imagine? i think Drawing ,painting or sketching allows the artist to know himself as a whole person..
people say, “it is only a sketch.” it takes really fricking hard to make a good sketch; artist express the most important things in life -the fairness of a face -to represent air and light, painter’s identity, his style, his conviction, and then color is just a gift to the drawing and to do it all with such a simple shorthand.
“When I Sketch something, I try to build some kind of love into it. Drawing is an object that has a certain amount of wear and tear or rust; or a tree that is damaged”. …“I keep drawing the Sketches of peoples the eyes, the face, everything, I’m still learning how to see them; I’m still discovering how to give their forms. I will spend my time doing that. Maybe someday I’ll get it right.” maybe i will be perfect in sketching..
A sketch may be created in any medium. At times, several small sketches on a single page are used to explore composition. It may be this practice that led to ‘Sketches’ becoming the name for the layouts used for album pages in the popular hobby of scrap booking.
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i’m not a artist not an professional painter, i want to be perfect ,i just love to sketch ,its my way to represent love to other ,its my hobby,…
Draw for the love, you love the most’ you don’t need any reason…
There are some sketch i have drawn i hope so everyone will like it,there are much more,, but i have uploaded some photo…just look up ;)
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Over 100 million sold worldwide since it came on the market. 4. Invented in the late 1950s by French electrician André Cassagnes; he called it “the magic screen.”