What should I draw?

Sometimes it's hard to come up with something to draw. This quiz will help you fill that blank page!

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What should I draw?

Sometimes our head feels a little empty. We want to draw something, but we can’t come up with anything that would rekindle our creative spirit. Nothing seems worthy to be drawn on that blank piece of paper.

But don’t worry any longer; we’re here to help you out! If you really struggle with coming up with an idea to draw, just take this quiz and answer each question. You’ll see, it will be very inspiring for you! If you’re not satisfied with your result, just retake the quiz!

What should I draw generator

You can tackle this quiz however you want. Whatever your result may be, you can decide whether to photo-realistically copy that image, try to draw something similar in your very own style, or just use it as inspiration! It’s up to you!

If you want random results, just answer the following questions randomly!

Drawing ideas

Coming up with something to draw can be tricky at times. During this quiz, you’ll see a lot of great images, drawings, and paintings, which will definitely rekindle your creativity!

Things to draw

If you still struggle coming up with something, even after taking this quiz more than once, here are some great tips on things you could draw:

Which of the following things would you most like to draw?

  1. Objects
  2. Animals
  3. Landscapes
  4. Humans

How skilled are you?

  1. I'm a beginner
  2. I'm an amateur
  3. I'm a pro

Which of these photos would you most like to redraw?

Why do you want to draw?

  1. For practice
  2. For fun
  3. To create a piece of art

How hard should your drawing be?

  1. Easy
  2. Medium
  3. Hard

What do you want to draw?

  1. Something realistic
  2. Something fictional

Which of these things sounds interesting to draw?

  1. Your surroundings
  2. Your pets
  3. Perspectives
  4. Poses

Which of these drawings do you like most?

How long should your drawing take you?

  1. Ten minutes
  2. Half an hour
  3. An hour
  4. More

Which of these paintings do you like most?

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Results

  1. Your desk

    Or something else next to you

    It's often a great idea to just draw what's in front of you. That way, you can become better in an easy way.

    If your desk is too tricky or too much work for you, you can either try drawing just one object there or abstract it with simple shapes and lines! Or if you want to, you can even draw this photo!

    Tip: If you're having a hard time copying a photo, analyze the picture and use simple shapes to make a rough outline for everything! Planning on how to draw what helps a lot!

  2. Glass of wine

    Or any other ordinary object with simple shapes

    It's often a great idea to draw things with very simple shapes but an interesting surface. Like this glass of wine, it reflects light in a very special way. Drawing stuff like that gives you a great idea of how light and surfaces work.

    You can either draw an object next to you or just copy this photo!

    Tip: Try to focus the viewer's attention on the essential part of your drawing. You can achieve this by giving this part more detail than others.

  3. Something convoluted

    A lot of lines and reflections

    If you want to challenge yourself, you can either try to copy this photo or draw something similar next to you. You can also try a still life like an infamous fruit bowl!

    Drawing stuff like that gives you a great idea of how light and surfaces work. And it's a great challenge!

    You don't even have to copy something one to one; you can be very abstract and messy too! This can very often result in an even more exciting piece of art!

    Tip: Instead of drawing each leaf of a tree, try to indicate them with simple lines. Don't try to copy reality too much.

  4. Dog

    Draw human's best friend

    It's often a great idea to draw animals and learn about their physique. You'll learn even more if you use a reference of an animal in motion.

    You can copy this photo or look online for another interesting shot of an animal if you want to. It doesn't even have to be a dog. How about a cute cat, a hamster with filled cheeks, or a fish jumping out of water?

    Tip: Don't be afraid to use references. You can learn a lot by doing so! But don't just simply copy them and claim you came up with something yourself if that's not the case. Analyze and learn from them.

  5. Eagle

    Or another animal in motion

    It's often a great idea to draw animals and learn about their physique. You'll learn even more if you use a reference of an animal in motion.

    You can copy this photo or look online for another interesting shot of an animal if you want to. It doesn't even have to be an eagle. How about a cute cat, a hamster with filled cheeks, or a fish jumping out of water?

    Tip: Don't be afraid to be abstract. Reality is reality, and art is art.

  6. Crabs

    Or another animal with an interesting physique

    It's often a great idea to draw animals and learn about their physique. You'll learn even more if you use a reference of an animal in motion.

    You can copy this photo or look online for another interesting shot of an animal if you want to. It doesn't even have to be a crab. How about a bumblebee, a dragonfly, or a tarantula?

    Tip: Like in sports, it's a great idea to warm up before drawing. Draw some loose lines and shapes, and you'll have a much better time.

  7. Flowering field

    Capture nature

    If you want to challenge yourself, you can either try to copy this photo or draw something similar. You can always look online if you find something that excites you more.

    Drawing stuff like this gives you a great idea of how natural forms work. And it's a great challenge!

    You don't even have to copy something one to one; you can be very abstract and messy too! This can very often result in an even more exciting piece of art!

    Tip: Like in sports, it's a great idea to warm up before drawing. Draw some loose lines and shapes, and you'll have a much better time.

  8. Picturesque landscape

    Draw a nice landscape

    Landscapes are more challenging than they look, so you're in for a challenge! You can add a lot of detail or be as abstract as you wish. If you don't want to use color, it's a great practice to indicate every value with black and white!

    You can either copy this photo or draw whatever you like. Draw the land of your dreams, if you wish!

    If you don't want something as soothing as this, you can also try to draw a desolate place!

    Tip: Don't be afraid to be abstract. Reality is reality, and art is art.

  9. City

    You're in for a challenge

    Capturing the essence of a city is tricky! If you want to challenge yourself, you can either try to copy this photo or draw something similar. How about a medieval or fantastic city? Try to challenge yourself!

    Drawing stuff like this will teach you a lot about perspective!

    You don't even have to copy something one to one; you can be very abstract and messy too! This can very often result in an even more exciting piece of art!

    Tip: Instead of drawing each leaf of a tree, try to indicate them with simple lines. Don't try to copy reality too much.

  10. A face

    Learn about the human physique

    Drawing faces can be very challenging for beginning artists. But it's probably one of those things all want to be able to. Especially a smiling face can be tricky if you don't want to make it look creepy.

    You can either try to copy this photo or use any other reference you wish. You don't even have to draw a human face. If you're into fantasy stuff, why don't you draw the face of an orc or a troll?

    You can also try being abstract and draw a caricature or a cartoon face!

    Tip: Try to focus the viewer's attention on the essential part of your drawing. You can achieve this by giving this part more detail than others.

  11. Dancer

    Learn about the human physique

    Drawing humans in motion can be very challenging. But being able to capture a movement is amazing. A great piece of advice is to draw one single line as an indicator of the motion. This line typically follows the head, backbone, and non-supporting leg.

    You can either try to copy this photo or use any other reference you wish. You can also try an athlete!

    Tip: If you're having a hard time copying a photo, analyze the picture and use simple shapes to make a rough outline for everything! Planning on how to draw what helps a lot!

  12. Group of people

    As if one human wasn't hard enough

    Drawing more than one person can be very challenging. You can either try to copy this photo or use any other reference you wish. Try a photo of you and your friends or the crowd at a concert. You can also be very abstract and just indicate every person, but capture the essence of the moment!

    Tip: Don't be afraid to use references. You can learn a lot by doing so! But don't just simply copy them and claim you came up with something yourself if that's not the case. Analyze and learn from them.

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