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draw from

To use something as a reference while drawing or sketching. A noun or pronoun can be used between "draw" and "from." I can't believe you drew that whole scene from memory!
See also: draw
References in classic literature ?
By inviting his confidence, she would doubtless draw something from him that would deny or corroborate her father's opinion of his sentiments.
Participants were challenged to draw something from scratch in the dark and once the lights were on, each participant showcased their artwork while others giggled and shared 'can't-believe-you-drew-that' face.
Because it is not that long ago I think we can draw something from that.
Then we have to sustain it and hopefully the crowd will draw something from it all."
Those with an interest in material culture and transmission of design will draw something from this book.
"Somewhere down the track in my career, I will look back and draw something from it.
Zynga, who purchased Draw Something from OMGPOP a few weeks ago for a reported 180 million dollars, have been adding new words to the game relating to pop culture and news events - such as The Hunger Games.
You have to draw something from somewhere - some life experiences.
"Whether you have a crowd really getting behind you or a crowd against you, you can draw something from it," he said.