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Posted by  Samir Fayaz Shaikh on May 14, 2003 at 21:53:09:

In Reply to:  WHAT ARE GOOD THINGS TO DRAW WHEN I AM YOUNG? posted by Justin Hui on May 14, 2003 at 14:57:42:

Justin,

Draw whatever you see around you. This will help you develop your skills of observation, and you may discover some very interesting things, that you never observed before. Sketching whatever you think, interests you will not only help you as an architect, but also if you want to be a designer, sculptor, film maker or even a writer. While sketching pay special attention to scale, proportion, color, and the interaction between various elements of the scene (be it a streetscape, a tree branch, a locomotive piston system or a flower).
Maintain a journal of your sketches and try to carry your sketch pad and pens, wherever you go. Developing your skills of eyes, mind and hand co-ordination, will take you a long way, in any creative field.
Good luck.
Samir

 
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