Drawing daily: a necessity to grow!

Updated: Sep 1

Drawing is a form of expression that focuses on creating an impact or communicating a specific feeling.

It has the ability to increase people's expressiveness because people's expressions cannot always be accomplished just via the use of words and movements.



As a result, sketching may be a significant means of communication for people. Drawing something every day is one of the finest ways to improve your drawing abilities.

There should be no pressure to turn this sketch into a masterpiece. The goal here is to sketch whatever comes to mind.

To become a great artist, you must put in the effort every day and continue to do so for years.

Professionals gradually learn to analyze their own work and concentrate on their weakest areas in order to improve. 

Daily practice is the most effective approach for achieving this level.


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Make time to Draw everyday
  • It would be best if you began by making time to sketch every day.

  • This might take 30 minutes or 4 hours (or more).

  • The goal is to keep to this time every day so that you never miss out on the drawing.






You may have those days where you are unable to make the time due to an unavoidable situation.

If that's the case, postpone your drawing until the next day.

Alternatively, add extra time throughout the week to compensate for missing sketching hours.

Working with a strict timetable serves the purpose of keeping you motivated.



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Make time in your schedule for drawing everyday.

Every day, you need to work on developing a subconscious ritual that happens whether you think about it or not.

You may sketch anytime you have free time.

That kind of haphazard scheduling, on the other hand, isn't exactly how you establish steady year-over-year improvement, but it surely does help you catch a grasp and a steady hand.


It doesn't really matter what you're sketching at first. If you didn't have much practice sketching as a youngster, you're probably fairly awful. And that's just OK!

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The advantage of being a beginner is that you can sketch almost anything and develop.


If you drew lines for 30 minutes a day, your linework would improve.


However, at some time, you will need to start focusing your sketching efforts and attempting to learn certain talents.





  1. If you are a beginner who does not know where to begin, first thing is to make up your mind as to what you want to learn.

  2. Once you have made up your mind, decide whether you want to learn on your own or do you need to help of a teacher. a. If you want to learn on your own, you could use free resources like YouTube and Pinterest. b. If you want the help of a teacher, contact sources like popbaani.com who have professionally trained teachers to help you realize your artistic dreams.

  3. When you initially start out, you should focus your efforts on your fundamentals. This includes the materials used as well. The materials change according to the artform selected so please make sure to clarify before starting.


It's OK to set aside time for some lighthearted drawing.

However, this is not a concentrated practice and will not result in the quickest pace of improvement.


Even if you merely sketch for 1-2 hours each day, you can notice results.


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However, if you want to see major results, you should aim for 5-6 hours each day, or more if possible.


One hour each day is a better commitment than some inexperienced artists who refuse even to make a timetable.


If you have a tight schedule, start slowly.

Increase by half an hour over the course of a few months.


The simplest approach to begin is to set your timetable, organize what you'll be sketching at that time, and then begin.


However, in order to advance your talents to a professional level, you must give up on some of your other interests which can mean spending less time in front of the TV, declining trips with friends, or foregoing, other interests. 

Self-motivation and determination will assist you in getting over the early phases.

Learning to be an artist has nothing to do with inspiration and everything to do with perseverance.

But if you stay with it and make it a habit to sketch every day, I guarantee you'll see improvements.



Author: Akash Rupam Ekka Editor: Rachita Biswas