How to work out what your unfinished painting needs

How to work out what your unfinished painting needs

It’s quite a common dilemma to reach a point with a work in progress where you know it’s not finished, but you don’t know how to work out what your unfinished painting actually needs to be ready to declare it complete. {And FYI, getting fed up and...
One effective way to make more interesting art

One effective way to make more interesting art

Note: This post was originally an Artnote. I’m sharing it today because while the context {the work I’m making} has shifted, the topic remains relevant, and I still use these ideas every time I’m in the studio. It also gives you a little peek into...
4 ways with blind contour drawing

4 ways with blind contour drawing

  I’ll try not to do too much preamble since if you’ve been hanging around here with me for any length of time you’ll know I can get a bit evangelical about blind contour drawing. ;) So I’ll just say, if you haven’t tried it, here...
How to create source material for paintings

How to create source material for paintings

  Art is a wily beast. Sometimes it flows out like we’re possessed; other times it’s like we’ve forgotten how to make a tiny mark with a pencil. That’s why it’s helpful to have your own evolving personal library of inspiration. My...
One simple tip for developing your paintings

One simple tip for developing your paintings

  I love this one – it often tends to blow people’s minds a bit when I suggest doing it in my courses, and it really can be so helpful for seeing with fresh eyes. What is it? Using a viewfinder. For anyone unfamiliar, a viewfinder is, at its simplest,...

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