Is that possible to draw a perfect Circle?
I'm not talking about the technique that spins the paper. I mean pure freehand. The circle is simple yet so hard to draw,
- Anonymous9 months agoFavorite Answer
In the 1400s the Pope wanted to hire a al fresco artist. He sent for the artist named Gaietto. The pope directed him to submit a sample of his work. With a flick of the wrist he drew a perfect circle. And was hired on the spot. Yes it is possible to draw a perfect freehand Circle
- DonnaLv 49 months ago
If you draw it after practicing tracing it so much.
- Midnight BluesLv 79 months ago
I don't know but in college when I took a photography class, the instructor said when she was working on her BFA, in one of her drawing classes the weekend assignment was to draw 5,000 freehand circles. So maybe practice makes perfect.
- 9 months ago
yeah!!! maybe if u tried 🙄
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- JohnLv 79 months ago
Part of the answer is that there is no such thing as perfection. I mostly deal in precision and I can tell you that perfection is relative in the real world. I can put up a circle in my 3d graphics program that is perfection to 10 decimal places and no human can do that by hand. After that it becomes a question of how good is good enough.
- Elaine MLv 79 months ago
Yes, but it depends on the size and how your hand angles.
- LônLv 79 months ago
Try a pair of compasses.
- Anonymous9 months ago
No no no no n o no n o
- Michal SychraLv 79 months ago
I was watching a video on which a woman used two pencils (one of which was directed stright down) and circulated paper on the smooth surface.
- canadacraigLv 79 months ago
I think a lot of that has to do with WHAT we're using to draw that circle and ON what we are making that circle. Tear a piece of paper in half and you'll see that it follows the 'grain'. And so too does what we're using to draw that circle.