Drawn to Success Study Guide E-Book

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Want to apply to an art college but haven't made a portfolio yet?

Your art portfolio must contain the best artworks that you can made. Most importantly, colleges look at how efficient you are in drawing. They value your ability and understand on how to draw, which is the building block of a great artwork. Once you have the hand drawing basics down pat, you will have a better chance of getting into college!

The Drawn to Success Study Guide e-book is precisely that. It is a is a complementary guide to Betty Edward's "Drawing on The Right Side of the Brain," a New York Times Bestseller and one of the best books about drawing. This e-book features exercises that are based from lessons taught at Sheridan College to teach students how to draw the right way.

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Drawn to Success Study Guide E-Book

  1. 1. Did you know that, out of 2,000 applicants to an art school, only 150 get into college. If you do the math, that's only a 13.33% acceptance rate, which is BAD.
  2. 2. Now, here's the question: How do you increase your chances of getting into art school?
  3. 3. It starts and ends with your art portfolio!
  4. 4. If you need tips on how to improve the artworks in your portfolio for college, then read our blog posts by clicking here and here. Image by OpenClips at Pixabay
  5. 5. However, if you need help with improving your drawing skills, then you've come to the right place!
  6. 6. Introducing...
  7. 7. About the E-book  Written and developed by “The Admission Insider” Karen Kesteloot  Help students build better drawings for their portfolio based off the lessons and exercises from Betty Edwards’ bestselling book, “ Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain”  Features exercises that are based from lessons taught at Sheridan College to teach students how to draw the right way.
  8. 8. Exercises  Exercise 1 – Face/Vase Drawing Exercise with Dominant Hand: This exercise brings attention on how you should take control of the right hemisphere of your brain, which is responsible for your motor skills.  Exercise 2 – Face/Vase Drawing Exercise with Non-Dominant Hand: By doing this exercise, you are focusing on the mental state and your accuracy, as well as how your non- dominant hand is directly connected with your right side of the brain.
  9. 9. Exercises  Exercise 3 – Detailed Drawing Exercise with Dominant and Non-Dominant Hands: Comparing the drawings using your left and right hand allows you to see which between the two has produced a drawing more proportioned to the subject. Doing this exercises also gets the right hemisphere to work instead of the left one.  Exercise 4 – Bypassing Your Left Brain Knowledge by Drawing Upside Down: This exercise will de-familiarize yourself with the image and lets you focus on the details of the drawings instead.
  10. 10. Exercises  Exercise 5 – Drawing Upside Down Part 2: Learn more about negative space and how you can use that space to focus on the shapes surrounding the objects you are drawing, not the object itself.  Exercise 6 – Leaf Drawing Exercise: This exercise will let you accurately draw a leaf not by using the bypass memory system that you most likely are familiar with, but instead by using the methodology featured in this e-book.
  11. 11. By following the exercises in this e- book, you can be sure to submit a winning art portfolio and increase your chances of getting into an art or design program in college! Image by PublicDomainPictures at Pixabay
  12. 12. For more information about the e-book and how to get your own copy, visit http://bit.ly/1pqNiJk ...or follow PortPrep on social media!
  13. 13. BUT... If you want to get a FREE copy of the first chapter of the e- book...
  14. 14. ...Share it first on social media! Click here!

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