When it comes to drawing something, most people just sit down and draw or sketch without preperation or plan, this often results in drawings that lack a solid foundation. If you actually learn to see and observe by breaking the subject down then suddenly it becomes a little easier to draw, like putting together smalls pieces of a jigsaw, or building lego brick by brick.
The first video in this crash course series demonstrates some tried and tested methods used by masterful artists to draw art more accurately. This art task generator prompts unique drawing tasks to help to draw practice drawing simple forms using these masterful methods.
The Shaper Seeker method
This is ideal for people learning the drawing technique for the first time, it will prompt more simple subjects to work with initially making it a great stepping stone. You're expecting to seek out the basic building block shapes that will enable you to draw the subject.
This will help you to practice drawing efficiently with focus and intent by training your mind to observe and plan the fundamental building blocks of a subject before drawing it. These taks will surely improve your art!
The Block-In method
This approach to drawing has been used by masterful artists for centuries, but instead of focusing on building block shapes, it focuses on shadows and how they're used to describe the overall form of a subject.
These basic drawing tasks will having you looking shadow lines, and the relationship between the lights and darks of an image which will help you to draw more accurately.