Working large may be the best way to get in the details.

I am teaching a class this week as summer has come upon us. In the class I notice a lot of people like to draw very small. One girl drew so small that all the assignments we did that day fit onto one sheet of paper. I keep telling them to draw bigger, but kids love to draw small for some reason. If you are doing that try drawing bigger. It will allow you to include more details and your picture will come out stronger because of the extra detail.

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Bruce Outridge is an artist and illustrator and creator of the Drawing with Bruce Video Series. More of his work can be found on his website at  www.bruceoutridgeproductions.com

About Bruce

Bruce is an artist, author, consultant, and speaker specializing in caricature and cartoons and his presentations are on business, leadership, and creativity. Bruce Outridge Productions offers custom illustration and design services for clients with a special focus in live caricature entertainment. The company is a division of Outridge Enterprises Inc. and you can learn more about Bruce on his website bruceoutridgeproductions.com or bruceoutridge.com

Posted on January 16, 2014, in Art Tips, Drawing and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Working large may be the best way to get in the details..

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