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5 Reasons Why Animators Should Keep Drawing

To keep on drawing means to keep on learning. If drawing helps you become more creative and helps you become better at animating too, what’s stopping you from practicing?

Check these 5 reasons why you should continue drawing:

5 Reasons Why Animators Should Keep Drawing

1. Drawing educates our visual sense

Practicing drawing can help animators understand how bodies are shaped, how they work, and how they move. It also teaches you about the dance of colors, the importance of shades, the thickness of lines, and the importance of curves in a drawing, among other things.

1. Drawing educates our visual sense

2. Drawing inspires imagination

Drawing helps you interpret the things around you into something abstract, and it can also help you translate the abstract things within you into something visible.

2. Drawing inspires imagination

3. Drawing helps us communicate

Drawing is a form of communication without using words. It helps ideas and experiences turn into something visual.

3. Drawing helps us communicate

4. Drawing heightens our attention to details

Animation involves a multitude of details, and most of them are visual. In modern animated films, details are so specific that even the hem of a garment or a type of fabric can often be seen.

4. Drawing heightens our attention to details

5. Drawing is what legends did

The most iconic cartoon and animated characters to have ever existed started as someone's drawings.

5. Drawing is what legends did

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