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How to start as Freelance Artist !

1)Analyse your skills: Evaluate your drawing skills and identify what specific aspects you excel in. This will help you determine what type of drawing instruction you can offer.

2)Define your Target Audience: Decide on the specific age group or skill level you want to teach. You might focus on teaching children, beginners, intermediate artists, or even specialize in a particular style or technique.

3)Create a Curriculum: Develop a structured curriculum or lesson plans that cover fundamental drawing techniques, such as perspective, shading, composition, and anatomy. Tailor your curriculum based on your target audience and their learning goals.

4)Build a portfolio: Showcase your own artwork to demonstrate your skills and expertise to potential students. Create a portfolio showcasing a variety of styles and techniques to attract a wider range of clients.

5) Promote your services: Utilize online platforms such as social media, freelancing websites, and your own website to advertise your drawing classes. Highlight your unique selling points, such as personalized instruction, small class sizes, or flexible scheduling.

6 )Networking: Attend art fairs, workshops, and community events to network with potential students and fellow artists. Collaborate with local schools, art galleries, or community centers to offer your services or host workshops.

7)Offer Demo Classes: Provide free or discounted trial classes to attract new students and allow them to experience your teaching style before committing to regular lessons.

8)Collect Feedback and Improve:Encourage feedback from your students to continuously improve your teaching methods and curriculum. Stay updated on the latest trends and techniques in drawing instruction to provide valuable insights to your students.


The magic of colours in life

The colors are the main ingredient to enhance the emotions of any living being.
Let’s have a look ☺


Amazing Fact: Pink is a palliative color. It suppresses anger and anxiety due to its soothing effect.


How to Make Human Lips in 4 easy steps:

Lips are the very important part on human face as it expresses our emotions. Lips come in all kinds of shapes, but contrary to all beliefs, your lip type isn’t related to your personality but to the beauty and elegance. Genetics mainly determine your lip type, your facial structure, and other facial features. Your every emotion like smile, frown, and other lip movements help communicate yourself to others.

Initially, drawing lips seems very difficult as you have to be precise. Your drawing becomes a mirror of the person your portrait is meant for. 

Follow these basic steps to get the precise drawing that you can have for “LIPS”

  1. Make perpendicular lines
  2. Make small “V” shape in the upper part of horizontal line.
  3. In the lower part of horizontal line draw a small curve.
  4. Now join the lines.

So, keep practicing and be a master!!

Look out for more in my coming blogs.

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Learn to draw a human face in 8 easy steps

Drawing a human portrait or rather sketching out such a portrait has always been an interesting area. Since early times artists have tried to capture the essence of human faces. Some have been successful while some have reached quite a distance. No body is a laggard though. This seems very entertaining and full of fun. Right!
Yes sure, but if you know the intricacies to draw a human face then it becomes more so. There is always a technique behind everything. Here I am going to help you draw this in 8 simple and easy steps.


Step 1:
Start with a circle and draw a vertical line for the chin. Next draw a horizontal line dividing the circle into two halves. The lines should be perpendicular to each other. Finish the curved chin


Step 2:
Draw the guidelines on the face


Step 3:
Draw the eyes proportionally in the right spot. Use 8B pencil


Step 4:
Add eyebrows using 6B or 8B pencil


Step 5:
Draw proportionate nose


Step 6:
The lip is to be drawn by making 3 small circles in triangular way


Step 7:
Add ears. The length of the ears should be from eyes to nose


Add hair

See this is how simple it looks. But for everything there is a word called ‘practice’. The more you do it the closer you get to being perfect. So, what are you waiting for? Start now and see it happening.

Loved it? Wait for my next blog for something more interesting.
Happy Reading!!!!