Start an effective daily drawing practice
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30 simple drawing prompts and demos to kick start your daily drawing practice.
2.5 (1 rating)
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Created by Mandar Marathe
Last updated 1/2017
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • See the improvement in their drawing skill
  • Be able to chose a subject for drawing on their own and know that "what" you draw is not so important.
  • Get a sense of achievement by drawing everyday for 30 days.
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Requirements
  • Students just need to have the desire to draw regularly.
  • No prior experience of drawing is required.
Description

Drawing is an essential skill in various aspects of life and I am not talking only about art. 

For example, drawing is done to create art, to create plans, to design websites, to describe concepts, to learn a subject, to express feelings, to communicate effectively, to eliminate day to day stress, to just have fun and the list goes on.

Good drawing skill is achievable with just 10 minutes of practice daily. When I tell this to people, first question they have is "what should I draw?" If they can't find an answer to this question, they just don't draw anything.

So, to answer this question everyday for 30 days, I have created this course. In this course there are 30 lectures and in each lecture, I draw an object and then show you the reference photo I used, for you to draw from. Though most of the drawings are done with pencil on paper, there are a few done with a ball point pen and a few done on an iPad using 5 different drawing apps.

After 30 days you'll be able to find subjects for drawing on your own because it is not important "what" you draw or how accurate each drawing is but what's important is that you put in the time to practice drawing regularly.

If you want to develop a daily drawing practice or just need 30 prompts for drawing, you should join this course. It does not matter if you are a student or a professional or a homemaker or a finance person or a fighter pilot or a school teacher. All you need to have is a desire to draw, draw and draw.

Remember that quality of your drawings is directly related to quantity of your drawings.

So, enroll in this class and kick start your daily drawing practice.

Who is the target audience?
  • A person who needs to start a daily drawing practice
  • A person who understand the importance of drawing and is ready to work towards it.
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Curriculum For This Course
31 Lectures
02:55:08
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:50
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Drawing 30 objects
30 Lectures 02:53:18

In this lecture I draw a pair of shoes. Watch me draw and draw those yourself.

Draw a pair of Shoes
07:32

In this lecture I draw a newspaper. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Newspaper
05:15

In this lecture I draw a toothpaste tube. Watch how I draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Toothpaste Tube
05:54

In this lecture I draw a soft toy. Watch how I draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Soft Toy
06:05

In this lecture I draw a badminton racket. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Badminton Racket
02:54

In this lecture I draw a flower. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Preview 07:44

In this lecture I draw a musk melon. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Musk Melon
06:33

In this lecture I draw a key and keychain. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Key
08:18

In this lecture I draw a leaf. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Leaf
05:33

In this lecture I draw a plier. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Plier
05:43

In this lecture I draw two brushes. Watch me draw and then draw those yourself.

Draw two Brushes
06:46

In this lecture I draw a cucumber. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Cucumber
05:26

In this lecture I draw a perfume bottle. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Perfume Bottle
07:12

In this lecture I draw a watch. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Watch
07:29

In this lecture I draw a wallet. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Wallet
05:53

In this lecture I draw a tea cup. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Tea Cup
06:54

In this lecture I draw a palette knife. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Palette Knife
04:29

In this lecture I draw a Christmas bell. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Christmas Bell
05:47

In this lecture I draw an empty cup. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw an Empty Cup
06:26

In this lecture I draw a fruit fork. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Fruit Fork
02:50

In this lecture I draw a mortar and a pestle. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Mortar And Pestle
04:31

In this lecture I draw an onion and a knife. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw an Onion And Knife
04:52

In this lecture I draw a stapler. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Stapler
06:12

In this lecture I draw a notebook. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Notebook
02:42

In this lecture I draw a business card holder. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Business Card Holder
07:25

In this lecture I draw a screw driver. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Screw Driver
06:11

In this lecture I draw an ink bottle. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Preview 05:38

In this lecture I draw my shadow. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Shadow
03:46

In this lecture I draw curry leaves. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw Curry Leaves
05:26

In this lecture I draw a pear. Watch me draw it and then draw it yourself.

Draw a Pear
05:52
About the Instructor
Mandar Marathe
4.5 Average rating
59 Reviews
416 Students
14 Courses
Fine Artist, Sculptor, Illustrator, Designer and Engineer

I am a Fine Artist, Sculptor, Illustrator, Designer and Engineer based at Pune, India. I do paintings, sculptures, illustrations and conduct art workshops.

Till now, I have had 12 shows of my paintings and taught about 1000+ students in my art workshops (drawing & sketching, acrylic & oil painting and Ganapati idol making / clay modelling)

I have been doing painting and clay modelling since last 30 years and have been teaching it since last 6 years. In addition to my in-studio workshops, I create online courses through which I can teach people anywhere in the world.

Exhibitions:

2013 • 16th Jan to 23rd Jan 2013: Three artists' show titled “Trilogy II" held at “Darpan Art Gallery", Pune.

2011 • 11th to 20th Dec 2011: Solo show held at Grubshup restaurant, Pune.
• 28th September to 4th October 2011: Three artists' show titled “Trilogy" held at “Darpan Art Gallery", Pune.
2010 • 30th May to 12th June 2010: “Artfest 2010 – Summer", a group show by Indiaart at Empress Garden and Balgadharwa Art Gallery, Pune.
2009 • 4th to 10th June 2009: Solo exhibition held at Indiaart Gallery, Pune. This exhibition featured 41 Oil and acrylic color paintings.
2007 • April 2007: 3 day workshop held by Art2Day gallery at Harne near Dapoli and group show held at the Art2Day gallery in Pune.
• 29th July to 4th August 2007: Participated in “Affordable Art" group show held at Indiaart gallery, Pune.
2005 • March 2005: Participated in a group show held by Anantrang Art Foundation at Balgadharwa Art Gallery, Pune.
2003 • Participated in a group show held by Indian Maritime Association at Balgadharwa Art Gallery, Pune.
1999 • 15th to 17th May 1999: Solo exhibition held at Siemens Ltd., Goa. This exhibition featured 21 Oil and water color paintings.
• 17th November to 7th December 1999: Solo exhibition held at “Galeria de Bellas Artes" at Calangute, Goa.

Workshops conducted:

Eco friendly Ganapati idol making workshops

42 batches in my studio from 2011 – 2015 period
11 batches conducted in IT companies and schools in Pune and Mumbai

Clay modeling workshops
6 batches conducted in my studio

Portrait sculpture workshop
1 batch conducted in my studio under guidance of my Guru, Mr. C. G. Joshi

Drawing and Sketching workshops
2 batches conducted in two IT companies

Acrylic painting workshops
3 batches conducted in my studio

Oil painting Workshops
4 batches conducted in my studio

Corporate Collections of my paintings:
1. Siemens Ltd, Goa
2. L & T Infotech Ltd, Pune
3. Infosys BPO Ltd, Pune

Private Collections of my paintings:
1. Mrs. & Mr. Sitzmann, Greece
2. Mr. Simon, Nigeria
3. Mrs. & Mr. Nielsen, USA
4. Ms. Godbole, Pune
5. Mrs. & Mr. Phadke, Pune
6. Mrs. & Mr. Umarani, Pune
7. Mrs. & Mr. Joshi, Pune
8. Mrs. and Mr. Pethkar, Pune
9. Mr. Kudal, Pune
10. Dr. Prayag, Pune
11. Mr. Desai, UK