About Easy Drawings And Sketches

Welcome!

This story is not only about me but also about you my friend :)

I am so happy you are here wanting to know more about easy drawings and sketches and find out who is behind this domain.

Hi, my name is Ivan Huska, I am the creator of this site.

I am from Slovakia (former Czechoslovakia). I have lived in Japan for more than 23 years.

Before I came to Japan I lived in Prague – in Czech Republic for a couple of years, at the time working for a Japanese trading house.



My mission is to inspire you to go after your dream whatever it is.
It does not need to be necessarily drawing.

The perfect time is NOW and it will never be better.

I used to make lots of drawings and paintings in my school years. Playing guitar and singing in a band till my university years.

Then….long and dark age of artistic inactivity. It was painful. I fooled myself that this is real life…Maybe you have a similar experience - most likely.

One day, (I was in Japan already) I woke up from the “silent resignation” and bought myself a piano.

In February 2004, I enrolled to a private piano school together with other elementary school children.

I learned piano from zero, just like other school kids.

I was 42. Talk about “too late” or “too old”.

My first piano children’s concert was in September 2004.

Yes, children’s concert, and I was one of them ;-)

This was one of my best days in my entire life. I wish you to experience something similar.

Playing classical piano is one of the happiest and most peaceful moments.

Next children’s concert was in May 2006, I played 4 hands with my piano teacher.

I also had a dream to learn opera singing.

Since long time ago I was captivated by Italian opera and old Italian arias (Arie Antiche Italiane).

But I had no clue how to produce such huge and large-scale voice, as the only thing I was ever singing was rock’n’roll….




In Summer 2005 my piano teacher introduced me to opera singing teacher.

…coincidence…?!

Opera teacher taught me how to breathe, how to exercise the body and we worked on improving my voice step by step.

I was 43. Talk about “too old” or “too late”.

In December 2006 I was on the stage singing Italian Aria. What a feeling!

Here in Japan once you start private piano lessons teacher will ask you to attend children’s concert.

It is fun, and I really learn a lot from the kids every time.

They are such small fantastic geniuses. Every one of them.

My next concert was in November 2008.

Now, I am bringing into reality my dream about drawing.

I started to build this website in September 2008.

I was 46. Talk about “too old” or “too late”

Physical age is only a state of mind nothing more.

We all create our reality how we feel inside and what we believe is possible.

It is that simple. What do you believe is possible for yourself?

I tell you: whatever you can imagine.

I always wanted to be active online but had no clue of how to do it.

Internet marketing or affiliate businesses, etc. was very tempting but I felt it would be just another “online job” for me, as I know myself.

On the other hand, doing something that I love while enjoying steadily increasing number of visitors tastes very different and tastes much, much better and sweeter.

The reason I make this site is simple; I love to draw, and I would love if my drawings inspire or motivate you.

Maybe you are a student who would like to make living by drawing or art.

Maybe you are retired and had no time for yourself for decades.

Maybe you are in the middle of your career that you hate and would like to change directions.

I hope my very short story inspires you especially if you gave up on your dreams because it is just “too late” or because you might think you are just “too old”….or “too young”…

Think about it!

I wish you all the best on your extraordinary life journey!

If you want to read more, download my free eBook where I wrote the whole story plus you'll have many drawing exercises that you can start practicing right now.


Visitors Personal Gallery Pages

Please see and enjoy the following collection of personal galleries. We all believe you will have a lot of fun. Observing other’s art work is always, always very inspirational. You may get some new ideas for your own drawings.

Portraits of Dogs by Lynn

Realistic Portraits by Andy Leslie

Portrait Drawings by Lela Stankovic

Various Drawings by Betty Chavis

Original sketches by Nadia Velasquez

Manga Drawings by ThronN

Cute Drawings by Christie

Beautiful Artwork by Bill Richards

Portrait Drawings by Evan

Manga Drawings by Chi

Various Drawings by Sunnu Golwalla

Various Drawings by Sabariah

Various Drawings by Anne Burgoyne

Various Drawings by Amberlynn

Portrait Drawings by Bud Norris

Various Drawings by Carly

Scenery Drawings by Phil Edmondson

Portrait Drawings by Mahendran

Manga and Fantasy by Lee Henrik

Portrait Drawings by Stacey

Various Drawings by D. Fox

Manga Sketches by Paul Rowan

Original Manga by Grace

Original Pokemons by Johan

Creative Anime by Celia

Cute Little Sketches by Gwen

Various Sketches by Amanda

Various Drawings by Taylor Sligowski

Various Drawings by Steven Chesley

Fantasy Drawings by Melissa

Various Drawings by Aiswariya Pramod

Various Drawings by Maciej Michalak

Original Artwork by Richa Kotriwala

Manga Drawings by Andrea

Cartoon Drawings by Dipanjan Dey

Various Drawings by Sandy Lange

Ballpen Drawings by Shehbaaz Baurtally

Cartoon Drawings by Dhrubo2002

Sonali Ghosh Illustrations Gallery

Emma Adams Cartoon Sketches Gallery

Rupshya Dilipraj Artwork Gallery


Theme Based Visitors Galleries

The following Theme Based Galleries are a collection of selected drawings from various authors based on a certain theme. I would like you to get as much inspiration as possible for your own drawings.


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Latest Visitor's Drawings

  1. Imaginary art: waterfall at sunset

    Sep 28, 20 02:16 AM

    Ballpoint pens art. As am depicting sunset which is at the back of the water, then the whiteness of the waterfall should have been darker. But as it was

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  2. I and my destiny

    Sep 28, 20 02:11 AM

    I and my destiny...

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  3. Imaginary art: depicting light with ballpens

    Sep 27, 20 02:46 AM

    I think generally speaking its more difficult to show light with ballpens, compared with mediums like watercolor, acrylic or oil, especially when the art

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  4. Imaginary art: sunset and sea

    Sep 27, 20 02:38 AM

    A small imaginary art with ballpoint pens and where you can see the sea, some trees and sunset, in my way.

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  5. Imaginary art completed

    Sep 27, 20 01:42 AM

    So here is the completed imaginary art with coloured ballpens. I want to let the front yellowish soil as it is. Also no great details on the water. Direct

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  6. Girl with a flower

    Sep 27, 20 01:33 AM

    Done with Copic markers on paper.

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  7. Love

    Sep 27, 20 01:30 AM

    Words are not enough to express the unconditional love that exists between a mom and a daughter....

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  8. Some lady

    Sep 26, 20 09:38 AM

    I like to practice a lot so I followed a introduction video from Farjana Drawing Academy on YouTube. I made this drawing with my own touch and more shadow.

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  9. Imaginary art: a cave

    Sep 25, 20 01:23 AM

    Imaginary art depicting the inside of a cave. Ballpen Nataraj 0.7mm. So there are two holes where light is penetrating. And on the left below, its lighter

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  10. Imaginary art: lustful eyes, surrealistic art

    Sep 24, 20 12:28 AM

    With a pen of 0.7mm, its a small surrealistic art entitled lustful eyes.I like this genre of art even though I don't do it everyday.

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  11. Imaginary art: outskirts of old mansion

    Sep 24, 20 12:25 AM

    With a ballpen of 0.7mm. It ressembles a bit the place in an indian horror film of Ramsay Brothers where a vampire was living. A creepy and isolated

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  12. me

    Sep 22, 20 10:33 PM

    My self Hirva Patel, 9 years old

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  13. Me in mask for corona protection

    Sep 22, 20 10:24 PM

    My self Hirva Patel, 9 years old

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  14. Imaginary art in progress: beauty of trees

    Sep 22, 20 10:22 PM

    So here is an imaginary art in progress. Ballpoint pens, it shows clearly that this medium is also good for depicting naturalistic art and not just oil

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  15. Imaginary art: the sea at sunset

    Sep 22, 20 10:20 PM

    Ballpoint pens art. So in the left we have a huge oil tanker. A rough sea which is not suitable for swimming but for fishermen.

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