When we use the same ‘amount’ of different colors the painting will tend to look dull. Using this rule will help to brighten up your colors and not make it look ‘muddy’. … Continue readingWhat is the most important thing to remember when painting?
Do I really need to know how to draw? If you were to attend a university, you would spend a year or two learning to draw before you touched paint. Learning to draw correctly is part of teaching your eye and your hand to work … Continue readingCommonly asked Questions for beginner Artists
When teaching I’ve been asked if a painter can hide the fact that they can’t draw, if they paint really loosely. Immediately an image of a magician doing a card trick pops into my head as I imagine how a painter might employ that same … Continue readingDoes Drawing Matter in a Loose Painting? by Kim VanDerHoek
Traditional drawing is certainly way harder than digital and it is true that people are able to progress much faster digitally, but one should learn the traditional type of drawing and painting before starting digital drawing, since it often lays out the foundation for screen … Continue readingTechniques on Traditional Drawing