• And yet you can learn to draw as an artist, not having a natural talent?

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    Lyudmila Minina
    Lyudmila Minina
    Answered on December 9, 2014 23:03
    Well, as they say, talent is still half the battle) And without talent, you can achieve very many results if you work hard. I, for example, absolutely, absolutely could not draw. But I really wanted to, so somewhere in fifth grade I entered art school. I admit, I got terrible grades in the beginning. But then I started to get something. I started doing much harder than the other guys. I came earlier and left later, persistently corrected my mistakes, at home I learned to draw from books. And you know, then my grades became higher, and closer to graduation, I showed much better results than the guys were more talented than me (they, you can say, launched their talent, skipped classes, were lazy, etc.) already getting orders :) So everything is in your hands!
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    Wiegej
    Wiegej
    Answered on December 9, 2014 23:32
    Oh, well, of course, you can. almost any person can be well taught to draw - there would be a desire. If this is a dream of your life, then everything will work out! at least 60 you start!
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    Alexander
    Alexander
    Talent in my opinion is the ability to work. This is a gift that is nothing without difficulty.

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