This seems very, very simple, but is surprisingly hard. One of the main reasons this is hard is because many drawing methods, such as vector and 3D drawing, are not well supported by modern drawing systems.
I would love to be able to learn all the new methods and new capabilities that have been discovered. The more you become aware of them all, the more you will become able to draw quickly, efficiently and intuitively. The more you learn to draw correctly, the easier it will be to draw fast.
What are some other resources I should be aware of?
I would also love to be able to learn others’ projects and learn something new.
I think you would like a great place for a bunch of inspiration. There are lots of inspiring people who make it a point to share how they created their own projects.
There’s also tons of really popular guides to drawing like How to Draw a Basic Line or the book and article Why Drawing by a Guy with a Pen is Awesome.
You can learn even more by visiting these websites and forums:
I would also encourage you to post your own projects and comments on our site. You never know maybe someone may learn something from your ideas.
As a special thank you to all of you who have donated to this site to date, I would like to wish you a very happy new year and a very happy 2014/2015! You are amazing, I know you are.
There exists many, many books on the history of the modern era which don’t explicitly reference the British Empire, or indeed the other aspects of Britain’s foreign policy. I have not read these, so I’m unaware of this aspect of British history. But I do remember the British empire being a part of my upbringing because I used to visit my grandparents’ house in the south-east of England. The first time I did was in 1978, when I was 12 years old and living in the Yorkshire Dales. That first trip, and subsequent visits, did a great deal more to make me aware of the British empire than any books could.
For those who say “well, Britain’s a good, kind country”, please check that it did not invade my homeland in the past 30 years
The first visit was on 21st June 1978, when I was 12 years old. While sitting next to my grandmother in the living room, the doorbell rang, meaning that it was our landlord’s birthday, so
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