What Is The Difference Between Drawing From Observation And Drawing From Memory?


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Karl Sagan answered

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Drawing from observation is when you have a model in front of you, it may be real, let's say a landscape or even a photo, a picture from a book, etc. Drawing from memory is when you keep in mind something you saw in the past, and then you try to reproduce it, to draw what you have kept in your memory , usually making a personal interpretation of it.

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