When you think of monuments you often think about the Ab Lincoln memorial, the Sydney Opera House, the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, or even the Forbidden City in China. This section that you landed on is going to be filled with places that everyone wishes they could visit at some point in their lives. For me, I would like to at least see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, or even Big Ben. Since I can’t go to any of the places I would like, I thought that making a few section on Dragoart that are dedicated to monuments and structures would be a good thing. Here you will find lessons on how to draw the Eifel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and even the Statue of Liberty. Drawing monuments is important I think because not only are you sketching out something that actually exists, you are also learning about the history. Take Mount Rushmore for example, this is a wonderful hand sculpted carving that was done on the side of a mountain. The faces of great men like Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and my favorite man of all, Thomas Jefferson. Of course this section has to be filled with a lot more places or monuments from all over the world, but for now you can enjoy teaching yourself how to draw a monument that you are fond of, or one that you would like to visit one day. Don’t forget to request a favorite place that you would like to see as a lesson, as you know I am all ears when it comes to ideas.