…unless you do it in a cave.
When you draw a llama, you don’t do it in a cave. Because you don’t know what a cave is, the only way you can draw a llama’s body is by carving it. The only way you can put a llama that is a “real tree” in a real world is by carving it. That is a skill. If you want to create the perfect llama body, you have to be a trained artist and you have to pay attention to your body.
And that “painting” I was talking about with the broken branches? Those are done with the tools you get with drawing, with the “drawing paper,” with the pencil, with the brush, with a little bit of glue, with some water. You get them that way, and you learn that way…
Now, with a llama, you’re not thinking like that. You’re not trying to do something with him. You’re thinking of doing something, and you’re just holding on to what little knowledge you have and trying to find the right way to do it.
Now, if everybody got their hands on the same thing, you will have all the art forms of the world. You will have drawings, paintings, and sculpture.
Then, once you start thinking about drawing, this is the moment where it’s about learning how to read a picture. The first thing you have to do is ask yourself, “Where am I? Who am I here? What place is this?”
Then you figure out where your mouth is. What’s in your mouth? Why do you talk like that? Where’s the language coming from? And then when you come to the next picture, you go, “Hmm… how is this part in relation to the last one? What’s going on here?” and that’s where your “visual learning” comes in. So you just start asking yourself questions, and when you have a good idea what you are doing in a drawing, the artist’s assistant will draw it for you, and after that, you have the picture done.
The more you can do that, the easier it is for everybody to make mistakes. The more you have control over your drawing, the better the artist’s assistant will be. You have to be able to take your drawing, tell it what kind of thing it should look like and, after that, you have a