Drawing - Creative Medium Quiz

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You have a long, steady focus and good attention to detail, which suits you best to the medium of drawing. Patience and commitment allows you to sink into the present moment, observing and recreating the world around you. From the precise linework of a pen or expressive smudges of charcoal and pastels, experimenting with many drawing tools will help to ignite your creativity.

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Charcoal drawing. Charcoal is a great media to use as it is very easy to show light and darks.  - Artist Unknown

Charcoal drawing. Charcoal is a great media to use as it is very easy to show light and darks. - Artist Unknown

City Towers-Glasgow, Edinburgh & Berlin by Chetan Kumar

Towers

Personal work. After my first visit to Edinburgh, Scotland. I loved the architecture there and decided to draw some of my favourite buildings in the historic city. This theme continued on with every new city I would visit, creating a series of drawings of…

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Ink on reproduced military maps of the Western Front (WWI) with additional ink and paper cuts. By Ed Fairburn and printmaker Bobbie-Jo.

It's just a feeling and no one knows yet.

unknowneditors: Ed Fairburn Ink on reproduced military maps of the Western Front (WWI) with additional ink and paper cuts by partner and printmaker Bobbie-Jo. Climate charts of North America allow...

This technique combines collage and drawing. By Florian Nicolle

Amazing Portrait Illustrations by Florian Nicolle | Cuded

Florian Nicolle is a graphic designer and illustrator freelancer based in France. Florian has a degree in Graphic Design and have passion on illustration.

Waratah by Govetts Salto

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