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Drawing and Harmonica

paresh3301paresh3301 Posts: 25 ✭✭
Lately I have started learning drawing and harmonica, well it has been 6 months (or more) since I started learning drawing, When I first started I had the impression that I could never learn to draw and see the artists way, But who knew I was to be proven wrong, Not only did I learn how to draw from life but also to see how artists sees, My beliefs are affirmed that anyone can learn anything given he gives enough directed effort.

I still have a long way to go, I hope I will be able to practice daily what I have learned and continue to improve my skills of perception.

Parallely I also started learning keyboard and harmonica, Even with music I had preconceptions that It will be really hard for me to learn these skills but who knew heh :).

Learning these skills has made me more empathetic and more inclined towards exploring other areas of interests.

Learning harmonica is equally fun, Meanwhile I am also learning and improving my English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

In upcoming posts, I will post stuff I drew and hopefully will continue to do so.
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Another blog post I wrote recently

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