James McMullan teaches basic drawing skills every Friday, through writing. His New York Times series, ‘Line by Line,’ showcases the value of drawing as a way to see the world, and the relationships of objects within it.
Try his lessons to help make your sketches, drawings, notes that much more engaging.
Also, checkout our posts on templates for drawing out ideas, drawing a landscape, and how changing perspective changes your results.
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