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Posted by  Donald on November 14, 2003 at 15:13:17:

In Reply to:  Trying to spark my creativity. posted by Justin Hui on November 13, 2003 at 15:31:02:

Start by taking an art class in your high school if they offer one, or through your local community college. They will teach you how to draw and create your own art work. Most start out in simple shapes (geoemtric) and then once you have learned light and shadow, form and proportion, you will progress into other more difficult objects to draw. Start by using art pencils, or charcoal, keep it loose and don't worry about making mistakes.

You can also purchase many art type books to teach you how to draw too. One of my favorite places to purchase Art and Architecture Books is at Ebay.com. They have sometime have some great books there and at reasonable prices too.

Have fun with the art and practice as much as you can with various media to create your art.

 
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