Be Curious - Draw an Object

What next? 

  • If you’re pleased with a drawing, you could make it into a greetings card, or draw onto a postcard whilst on holiday to send to a friend as a personalised memento
  • Keep a sketch book and fill that with drawings.  You‘ll then be able to see how much you improve
  • This exercise serves as a simple introduction for the beginner, or a warm-up for the experienced.  To work more on your skills, it may be useful to visit the BBC learning zone, which has a good range of video demonstrations about drawing.  There are many excellent books available about drawing, too – try your local library, bookstore or online stores for more ideas
  • If you’d like to develop drawing skills to a higher level, you may like to consider joining a group or class. Either as a student or as part of a hobby group, this is a good way to progress, and share ideas and encouragement. See Links page for opportunities
  • Fill in your Reflective Diary below?
  • Have you taken your Wellbeing Temperature recently?  You can use our Wellbeing Thermometer to log, measure and understand your own patterns of wellbeing. Our Wellbeing Thermometer will direct you around the Start2 resource helping you to choose the creative wellbeing activity to best suit you

 

 

 

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