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Using a Line to Help You Draw Symmetrical Objects

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If you want a vase or a face – or any other symmetrical object, really – to look symmetrical, draw a faint line down the center of your object before you begin. Visually measure the spaces on both sides of this line as you draw.  See me demonstrate this principle below.

 

 

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2 comments

  1. Angelique Sipos

    Thanks for mentioning the use of the sewing gauge for this exercise. Glad I have one on hand, so helpful!

    1. Sarah Parks

      I use that and a ruler a LOT! I highly recommend it. So glad you found the suggestion helpful. :)

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