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    Learn to draw - from beginner onwards - lots of it
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    Learn to draw - from beginner onwards - lots of it 31st Oct 10 at 7:00 AM
    Humoungus number of drawing lessons (the sort you need a pencil and paintbrushes for!) that you can either view online or download. And what's more they are free! All you have to do to get your hands on them is to register (free) which also allows you to participate in the forums. All lessons are created by Brenda Hoddinott who, in her own words, "is a self-educated portraitist, visual artist, forensic artist, illustrator, art educator and author". Fantastic resource.

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