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Posted by  Daniel on June 11, 2003 at 23:59:26:

In Reply to:  Re: WHAT ARE GOOD THINGS TO DRAW WHEN I AM YOUNG? posted by Ken on May 16, 2003 at 10:31:51:

Hey bro don,t you believe with this down-graders.. I don't know you but believe in you. How? because you have a dream. Carry on, as young as you are practice your hands drawing lines. A city scape can be a good exercise I suggest you but your own sketch pad. Just draw in your free-time. Unitl your hands are used to draw. Then beginn to imagine on your own and translate them into drawings the best you know how. in will prepare you and motivate you as you come to decide the challenges architecture has to give. Some may say its not profitable anymore, bur feed you passion, and what you enjoy best, and be diligent at will give you good success. But through all these never forget God. He knows how to direct your life.

God Bless!

 
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