Practising the practical art of drawing

Drawing can expand your visual thinking skills and your horizons. You just need a little practice. So, here are a few good places to start.

Drawing is the tool we use to express our visual thinking. And we know that when we're thinking visually - whether we're making plans, plotting projects, or solving problems of any sort - we're able to think with greater speed, clarity and agility. 
That's why, at Scriberia, we value pictures that work hard, do a job, tell a story and facilitate thinking. We know that, often, the most valuable pictures aren't the most beautiful - they're the ones that pull big ideas out into the real world, where people can see, evaluate, refine, and share them.
When you think of drawing this way, you start to see that you don't have to be an artist to draw a brilliant picture; you just need a pencil, some paper, a bit of practice and a willingness to express your ideas visually.
So, instead of aspiring to create a work of art, why not try to create some art that works? Here are a few ideas to get you started. 

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