To begin, let’s understand that no area of art cannot be fully reduced to a single formula without damage to the art, a part of her. We certainly are trying to find ways and means to reach the goal, and this goal is the correct image of the real object. The art, however, is not reduced to the correct fit. Art is not a reflection. We can say that art is a form of expression and expression is not fully reducible to a formula. African sculpture is an expression and therefore it is art. It does not convey exactly the truth, what we know, but is the truth more important that they know. We can achieve greater simplification of the truth. Every hair eyebrow in the truth, but it does not carry much importance. Every blade of grass is a detail, but we may be more interested in the image of a grass-covered hill and rays of light on the hill.
In drawing children need to be guided by rules of construction and anatomy, and their own feelings. A beam of light on the hair of the child can be just as beautiful and attractive as the sunlit hill. With a mischievous twinkle in the eyes of a little boy can be really what we draw, and not the correct anatomical structure of the eye.
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