Have you ever played the part of an “undercover artist” inconspicuously using the public as your art models? Anybody can do it, but do you dare?
Working from reality/observation/life can be a great and growing experience for any artist. What exactly are the benefits? We’ll discuss them here as well as list some possible drawbacks (and how to avoid them).
The Definition of Imagination is The mind’s ability to be creative, form new ideas and images. Have you ever wanted to tap into your imagination and ride a wave of creativity?
When creating, what are the pros & cons of the different sources: Photos, Imagination, and Reality? In this, Part 1, we’ll be looking at the benefits and drawbacks of Photographs being your subject source.
Does a vacation also mean a vacation from creating? Whether it’s a trip to the Bahamas or a 3-day staycation, let’s talk about making the most of our days-off…
The following are “face truths” that will help you draw a face truthfully. They go hand-in-hand with each other, making them less like steps to follow and more like a slide to go down.
Creating art certainly isn’t like a soccer team where there’s eye contact and yelling out to others in a coordinated, concerted effort towards a goal; But… could it be?
If at first you don’t succeed in drawing, try and try and try and try… Out of 100 drawings that I do, what percentage would count as successful?
Are emotions an essential ingredient to art? Let’s talk about harnessing emotions to fuel, not foil your art.
I’ve compiled these tips to give you a “visual advantage”; helping your eyes communicate with your brain and hands- with less fighting! And don’t we all want that?