Just like with any other thing you want to master, the drawing requires incredible amount of practice.
The photograph that follows is the same drawing, done by me, two years apart. The one on the left I drew as one of my first drawings ever in 2011 and the one on the right was drawn in 2013.
I did not intentionally work on anything in particular, but since I loved the photograph I used as a model, and I didn’t feel like I have done it enough justice, I decided to draw it again.
Who said that, if it is work and self perfecting you can’t have fun with it?
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Hi Everyone, I am Kristina and I am 29 years old. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved everything creative.
I would play the piano, draw, paint, cook various dishes and adore DIYs. This is where I want to share all this with you.
For me creativity isn't simply a project, it is a way of life, it's a vent that helps me whenever I am stressed, sad or worried, and makes me even happier when I feel everything is OK.
I feel like, when we enter adulthood we lose something really important - the ability to be carefree, to be happy about the small things. Creating art in all shapes and forms helps me preserve my carefree spirit and enjoy my life, with all its pros and cons.
I am happy to share what I do with you, and I hope you will stay for a cup of coffee. ;)
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Amazing – very inspiring.
Thank you, appreciate it! 🙂