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I always teach adults like the kids.  I use simple shapes. Circles, squares
etc.   Help them to see shapes within shapes.  Also I play games.   Give
them only 5 min to do a quick draw, or by memory.   Hope this helps.  Holly
Butlett
On Nov 6, 2016 2:09 PM, "Laurie Bebick" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am teaching a  drawing class to adults who have little to no drawing
> experience. I am finding that many of them are struggling and are
> disheartened by how hard drawing is. Does anyone have advise on trying to
> keep their spirits-up? I have only taught 2 classes so far, one on value
> and how to measure proportions. I have 3 more to go.
>
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