Is udemy drawing course good?

What is the best way to make a drawing that can be used in a real life drawing and what do I need to work towards?

I know I’m asking for a lot but this is important. I know I’m asking a lot from you but please give me time to answer.

Thank you so much, you all rock.

What a great opportunity to be around people that really care. I’ve seen that in my life. People I meet on the road or in a hotel bar can’t give you a straight answer when it comes to the direction that you are moving in, but I feel like, for those people, it’s not going to be something that affects them in the slightest way. I can also tell that people I do talk to don’t really care about my music because not even I can say for sure, what would you give it to be that you’re not listening to?

It’s easy to imagine that the most important thing in life is an honest conversation about race, ethnicity, and identity—for the most part, these ideas aren’t so simple, and we all have a vested interest in having the conversation with someone who does them justice. But sometimes the conversation feels uncomfortable. Sometimes you feel like you haven’t had nearly the conversation you could: Are there people who look like me who aren’t white? Do I look enough like a person of color to qualify as one? And most of all, can I still identify as a minority? How do I know if I am white—and, to be sure, that can affect how and who I speak with when I’m trying to figure out how to have a meaningful conversation with anybody about race issues.

As we’ve seen in the last year, the lack of frank discussions about race seems to be part of a larger trend in which discussions around the country seem to have narrowed to a simple binary: There are white people and people of color, and one side is right and one side is wrong. “How do we know?” people often ask, as if there’s a single test to determine who is and isn’t white. The truth is, no test is truly foolproof, or even universally applicable—and the fact that “how do we know?” has become the de facto default argument in these discussions means that we need to be clear about what we mean when we talk about race.


As an example, consider two situations, each from a different perspective. In the first case—this one featuring