Kids on My Hobby
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Everyone possesses some kind of liking or disliking for certain things; and some of us have some kind of hobby that keeps us occupied in our leisure hours. I have also a hobby -the hobby of painting pictures. Nobody has ever taught me how to draw a picture. It is on my own that I practiced drawing pictures, being guided by the drawings in my text books which contain various types of sketches. I imitated drawing from there the animals, the trees, the rivers, the clouds, the hills, and of course, the human faces. As days passed, my sense of drawing improved step by step. I found that observation is the main thing in the art of drawing. The object is to be observed minutely, and the angles from which the painting should be started have to be studied and selected beforehand. Then the rest would come naturally and easily to the face of the brush or the pen.
I remember that I began my first effort of drawing with an elephant, and then, a tiger and a bird. Afterwards, I began to draw huts, gardens, village paths, hills, clouds, sun, moon, birds flying in the blue sky, and so on. In this way, I have continued to retain my hobby till this day. Whenever I find some leisure time, at once I sit down with my pen, brush and drawing paper to draw something that might suddenly come to my mind. Now I am not required to imitate anything particularly. I can draw freely any object, animate or inanimate, the landscapes of temples, mosques or churches, horses, frogs or lions,-any and every thing can become my subject of drawing. My hobby keeps me engaged in my leisure hours and brings me immense joy and satisfaction.