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From Pencils to Acrylic Paints – A Journey in Time

All kids adore animals, and they love to mess around with colors. Some parents notice a talent in their child related to drawing and coloring at an early age and encourage them to do more. Others ignore the skills demonstrated and consider it part of growing up. Whether you have it in your genes or develop the skills required for creating visual pencil fine art, you need to practice for a couple of hours every day to reach the peak of your talent. Pages from book after book need to be covered with pencil sketch drawings. Dan is an artist who pursued his talent for art in a unique way – he had a passion for doodling. No matter what people told him or where he was, Dr. Holt continued doodling and creating a unique world with his pencil and experienced hands.

Practice makes perfect!

If you are someone who wants to become an artist, it’s not easy! People who want to play guitar think it’s easy and unfortunately, after purchasing the required gear, they realize it takes practice. You can do lots of things with creative pencil drawing arts, but the two main categories for a layman are copying others’ work and creating originals. For any artist that was a master at painting , their hundreds of pencil art drawings will show parts of the human anatomy, dozens of drawing sketch pencil art of eyes, noses, hands, and more. It’s after mastering pencil sketching that they use pencil art drawing to create compositions.

More about the artist

Pencil sketch drawing is the tip of the iceberg! After a few months of drawing body parts, flowers, vases, and more, the wannabe artist needs to start focusing on shading and perspective. Dr. Holt realized that he needed formal training in art and that doodling had a few limitations. To learn more and enhance his skills, Dan studied fine art at the undergraduate level before shifting to a different stream. He never dropped the pencil for doodling and no matter where he worked or visited, his matchless doodles continued. After several years as a successful professor, Dr. Holt decided to retire and picked up his pencils again and cleaned his brushes for acrylic and watercolor paints.

It’s thanks to Dr. Holt’s thoughtfulness and passion for the world of fantasy that has facilitated going on an inward journey to far away lands where dragons fly and enchanting human-like people live in peaceful co-existence. If there’s a pencil sketch drawing and/or a watercolor or acrylic painting that you’d love to view every day at home, request Dan send a professional reproduction to you.