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I would recommend any young people out there to get into the habit of sketching as it will help you to explain ideas to a team/group of people that might be well spoken or with many words. When you’re able to sketch an idea, you’ll get far in life.

What people should understand, is that anyone can draw and they don’t have to go to an Art school to learn how to draw, maybe to improve if that’s what they wish.

There’s not such thing as best Piece of Art- Art is like fashion, what someone considers to be the best, could easily turn out to be the worst fashion. If really there was such a thing as best fashion, then all rich people would be the most well/best dressed.

The purpose of Art has always been a form of communication and not for idolisation. Today we see emoji being used as a medium for communication.

Yes, its very true someone’s profile Photo can play an impact on how they’re perceived. Thus, visual communication has made a comeback with a bang….that’s why the young generation are finding reading long text painful. I used to find it bizarre instead of phoning and talking to me, someone sent me a smiley emoji.

The Sketchbook continues….

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