Discover 10 tips for landscape art, so you can step outside the studio and easily bring this beautiful season into your paintings and drawings.
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Today we’re talking self-care. Why? Because everyone is talking about it. In fact, you might be sick of hearing about it. But we think we’ve got some ideas that you’ll want to know of, like ways to fight creative burnout and how to only be a suffering artist if that’s just what you’re into.
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If you focus on acquiring solid drawing skills, your painting will be much stronger. Read Nicholas Raynolds’s free step-by-step on drawing a portrait with graphite.
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Finding drawing tips and exercises to try is one way to keep your new art commitments going, and Katherine Tyrrell has just the tool to help.
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Ethan Murrow has turned a skewed vision into an artistic asset.
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Botanical artist and instructor Adel Rossetti Morosini shares advice for getting started with florals as well as great beginner watercolor essentials, regardless of subject matter.
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The love for Rembrandt’s rich brown ink set one artist on the path of trying to discover how to homebrew according to the Old Master’s lost recipe — or one close to it — for that signature ink.
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