How are illustration classes useful for adults?

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How are illustration classes useful for adults?

Drawing lessons are a mandatory part of the educational program in kindergartens and schools. And with age, many of us stop drawing, unless we consider creativity as a profession. Let's figure out why it is useful for adults to engage in painting and graphics and where to start if such a desire overtook you in 30, 50, or 90 years!

Drawing is a way to deal with stress
Headaches, sleep problems, chronic fatigue, irritability, bad mood, frequent acute respiratory infections, decreased ability to concentrate and memory impairment — this is what a life full of tension and stress leads to.

Illustration lessons online, for example, at are like meditation, they help to deal with stress at any age. By drawing, you are distracted from pressing problems, relax and calm down. Therefore, regularly being alone with paints or pencils is a guarantee of mental health!

Drawing is working with emotions
Drawing is a great tool for working with your own emotions. There is an opinion that people do art to escape from reality. In reality, painting classes give great emotional stability, focus on results, the ability to bring things to an end, and an especially valuable skill to perceive failure as an opportunity to create something new and unique.

Drawing is a new hobby
There comes a time in everyone's life when the routine gets boring, and the new day is similar to the previous one. It is best at this time to find an occupation for which the soul lies: sign up for a gym or dance, go to learn a foreign language, or start drawing.

And if you share a new hobby with your significant other, it will refresh your relationship and, literally, add new colors to your life together.

Drawing is training in memory and attention
The reason why doctors and scientists advise adults not to stop learning something new is a decrease in cognitive abilities after the age of 30. But if you regularly purposefully load the brain, the number of new neural connections in it will increase, giving greater psychological flexibility and adaptability to changes in external circumstances.

This process does not depend on age in any way, but without constant training, new connections break up as easily as they are created. You can train your brain in different ways: play games, solve crosswords and puzzles, learn a foreign language, and draw.

How about trying your hand, or at least just drawing for your pleasure?

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