I was wondering whether it's more important to make quick sketches of objects/people etc. or to finish them all.
Which method is better to improve your skill?
I did a course about figure drawing some time ago and I definetly love gesture drawings more than if shading a figure for one hour. But I'm afraid that I forget how to shade them if I only do gesture drawings lol. Same with objects.
So what's your opinion on that?
I did not say that I only want to do one of these things but I asked which one is more important. So on what you should focus on when you just start out.
Knowing how to start a picture is a skill that needs to be practiced and learned.
Knowing how to finish a picture is a skill that needs to be practiced and learned.
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Even though this question was a little stupid I often feel very unconfident about the easiest things about art and that's why I ask such stupid questions lol.
No biggie - it's natural to have questions...just don't always expect there to be an answer. In this case the question is simply answered by engaging in the activity...for a few years.
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