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Article: 3 Tips for Drawing the perfect O Form

3 Tips for Drawing the perfect O Form

Do you know which of the basic strokes is hardest for my students? You probably guessed it, the O Form. If you’ve ever struggled with this one check out this video!

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3 Tips for Drawing the perfect O Form

1. Imagine the O form is a clock. When you start drawing you want to start at the 2 o’clock position. This will allow you to have enough space to transition from light to heavy pressure.

2. Start the transition from heavy to light pressure at about the 7 or 8 o’clock position. Doing this will allow you to have a smooth transition on the bottom of the O Form.

3. Lastly, it can be hard to end your O Form in the exact spot that you started. To help you, keep your eye on the starting point as you draw from the 7 o’clock position and finish the O Form. Your hand will follow where your eye is fixed.

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