Starting out as an artist can be incredibly daunting, especially if you’re self-taught like I am. You don’t usually know where to begin, and should you bring up your passion for art, the first thing people want to see is a body of work that they assume you’ve already built.
Many new artists often take a while to amass enough work to show off, and often lose potential opportunities (competitions, commissions, placements etc), purely because there isn’t enough tangible evidence of their skill!
Continue reading 3 Ways To Grow Your Art Portfolio Quickly
Artists hate curls. It’s a simple fact.
Ask anyone who has ever painted hair, and they’ll almost always say they prefer to render straight or wavy hair. It’s so much easier, and doesn’t make you want to pull your own hair out! (See what I did there? Do ya???)
Continue reading Tutorial: How To Paint Loose Curls In 12 Easy Steps!
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Among the top 5 most frequently asked questions I get is this: What art materials do you use, so I can get better at drawing like you are?
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For years now, I’ve always had people drop me messages, asking if I had any advice for budding artists and how they should go about getting better at what they do. Most of the times, I have a look at their work and give them feedback based on their own style, but there are only so many people I can do this for. So today, I want to share a general set of the best advice I’ve ever received or read, and how I like to implement it into my own artwork.
Continue reading 5 Best Pieces Of Art Advice I’ve Ever Received