If a lack of sketching tips are holding you back from beginning your sketching journey, then we've got you covered. When you're learning how to draw, it's also worth considering using mechanical pencils alongside traditional ones. "Mechanical pencils are usually better suited for precision, while traditional pencils are great for laying down large areas of texture.

"Keep in mind that most mechanical pencils come with HB pre-inserted, which gives you only the middle range to work with."

Painting is probably the last thing you expect from computers. After all, a good work of art is created with emotion, subjective and abstract thinking and is linked to a particular culture. That while computers excel in objective, accurate and mathematical tasks. How can such a numb and calculating device still be a gifted artist?

There are many similarities between 'the creative person' and the executive computer. Mathematical matters such as geometry and perspective also play a prominent role in artworks, and robots are good at that again. Moreover, the algorithms with which computer programs work can now be set up to produce images as varied and subtle as a human artist.

History of Writing Drawing Robots
The robot project comes from Evil Mad Scientist Labs. The makers indicate that the robot can be used for various purposes, such as invitations or signing diplomas. He also works with different pens, such as a ballpoint pen, fountain pen or even chalk.

The Axidraw calligraphy robot is a good example of calligraphy robots but it costs $475 without a pen. There are many axidraw calligraphy alternatives that can write and draw very quickly and precisely.

Tools for the artist
Designers have created countless algorithms and intelligent applications in recent years that can help artists promote their creativity. Examples include programming language Processing, Ultra Fractal, Scribble and truly an amazing invention is Writing Drawing Robots.

In the meantime, these useful tools have led to the emergence of dozens of types of algorithm-based art: fractal art, genetic art, cellular automata, proceduralism and transhumanist art. But there are also designers who go beyond these tools.

Creative computers
One of these scientists is the American professor Harold Cohen, who already designed a robot in 1973 that makes its own works of art. Every year, his creation learns to paint and work better with the machine, often yielding hundreds and sometimes thousands of euros on the art market.

AARON computers does not make paintings with pixels, but with real paint on canvas. Cohen never showed his machine photos, but taught the robot lists of properties of bodies and objects and their proportions. Although AARON has never seen a chair, flower or person, he does paint works of art that resemble an abstract representation of these matters.

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Misty Jhones