How do you draw a Shaolin monk?
How to Draw a Shaolin Monk
- Firstly draw the monk’s head, neck and arms.
- next, from the two lines, draw down two more lies towards the sleeves.
- draw the monk’s torso and the sash around his waist.
- now, draw in his legs and shoes make sure you get the proportions right.
- draw in the black ties around the monk’s socks and draw in the right shoe.
Is drawing a talent or a skill?
So is drawing a talent or skill? Drawing is a Skill, so you can learn how to draw even if you are not talented. It will take more time and effort but generally the artists who are not that talented most of the time outperform the talented artists in the long run.
Why is drawing so hard?
The pattern our eyes take when we’re drawing something is sequential. They don’t flick about nearly as much. But instead of our eyes flicking all around the object we’re drawing, a typical zigzag pattern, they creep around the outline a bit at a time, pausing as they go. That’s what makes drawing accurately so hard.
Is painting harder than drawing?
But does that mean that drawing is only a lesser skill in support of painting? No! It’s at least as hard as painting, and maybe even harder. Although color mixing and blending with paint is challenging, paint is also very forgiving.