While you're safe at home, do these three exercises in your sketchbook and see how your drawing skills improve.
Drawing in your sketchbook at home can be therapeutic and if you do it every day or every other day, you'll see your drawing skills improve really quickly. And if your sketchbook is done well, you can take a video of a sketchbook flip through to include in your Art Portfolio.
Decide to win, shift your mindset from negative to positive by promising yourself that you will be in better off after this. And then take steps each day to improve.
Ross studied at Ashcan Studio to work on his Art Portfolio to apply to the Cartooning & Illustration program at The School of Visual Arts & here he talks the process of making an Outstanding Art Portfolio to get in to one of the countries Top Art Schools
Now that many art and cultural institutions have had to close their physical doors for a little while, many of them are offering another way to view the artwork -virtual tours. So, while you’re stranded at home....
Moments like this are why you decided on a life of creativity. The many challenges you've faced, you chose to channel your feelings into making art. The ways you interpret the world, and how you decide to express how you feel about it creatively, is all yours.
Draw the things you see- from life - the more often you draw from life, the more quickly you will build your drawing skills. And you'll find that working on your portfolio pieces is easier and will go more quickly, and your drawing and painting and even sculptural work will be much better
Check out this video to learn why Ashcan students have an 100% ACCEPTANCE RATE into at least 1 of their top choice schools! & see why Ashcan Studio of Art is Manhattan's TOP college preparatory art program.