THE BEGINNING OF PROGRESSION
“Life is pretty simple: You do some stuff. Most fail. Some work. You do more of what works. If it works big, others quickly copy it. Then you do something else. The trick is the doing the something else.” – Leonardo da Vinci
The start of progression is picking up a pen, pencil, paintbrush, whatever that medium maybe and let your hand, your mind, and your heart free. In art we interpret our styles, our way of thinking into many artforms and with such finesse the audience is captured by a spectacle that not everyone can construct.
In life we create, we maintain our natural talents. Our talent is worthless unless we have ambition; ambition to strive to the next level, to make change, to conquer each step and learn to run.
Drawing is where we start. In your mind you see certain images, people, buildings, inanimate objects, etc. that you subcontiously save and all these images come out in a way that every artist feels is appropriate and has a sense of accomplishment even if it is fulfilled for a moment or a lifetime.
We learn what works, we make mistakes and we try to perfect it. If there was perfection you wouldnt have aspiration and without perfection you have faith in your works to become great. You follow the ones who are considered “Great Artists” and you learn from them. You learn what has failed and what has worked. You, yourself need to find that “something else”, that gives you a step ahead that makes you one of the “Great Artists”.
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