This is a foolish post, here we go.
You want to learn to draw and, for some reason, you're reading this scrap.
1. You (you'll draw like an obsessed inspector)
2. to draw something (something you want)
3. Pencils (or use any other tool
to spend your papers)
4. Images or objects (unnecessary only for who knows how to draw those common things)
5. Essential tremor And then happens next absurd sequences/things:1. Watches
some videos about drawing and pencils (spoiler: it's not quite useful, except techniques)2. Draws
plants and sergal parts for ~20 days3. Pilfers
little bit more pencils4. Doesn't public the plants5. Doesn't draw
anything for 3 months6. Draws
sergals for ~4 days7. Doesn't draw
anything for 4 months8. Draws
more sergals for ~4 days9. Doesn't draw
anything for 3 months10. Steals
color pencils11. Draws even more
sergals for ~6 days12. Done
Morale/conclusion of those sequences is... I don't how to draw and can't remember everything what happened for those months.
But now more seriously, you can learn to draw in several ways, use one theory at a time with practice (don't repeat the same practice too much). Still, I need to learn and draw a lot more and my passed process of drawing helped to draw so.
I drew not only sergals (but it doesn't matter) and, yeah, I really have an essential tremor which is usually low (it affects on my hands). And also... passed time of the process with current result is much easier than my programming learning process although I know about programming much more.