THE REFRESHMENT CALLED “SHARING”
Share knowledge. It’s good for you
I have taught Maths, Physics and English previously. The biggest satisfaction was seeing my little students doing great in their exams and gradually building a good understanding on these subjects. I didn’t expect that sharing art knowledge through my blog would give me the same feeling of satisfaction and happiness.
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Life Drawing Sessions
A great way to challenge and teach yourself
If you have felt the urge to create and improve your artistic skills but doing so in the isolation of your room doesn’t feel tempting…be sure there are loads of people who feel the same way. After spending a few months working on my own, I eventually found something that worked very well for me and boosted my motivation.
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The Skull – Front
You are so into starting painting portraits but after trying a couple of times…things didn’t quite work. Yes, I know…I ve been there myself. Here you will find just the right amount of information to get you started – simplified, and easy to follow.
Why you should read this article
If you want to make some progress you need to follow a method; and trust me, there is no better tactic than understanding what lies underneath. Having a good grasp of the skull will help you gradually build your skill drawing and painting portraits. In this article we will look at the structure of the front side of the skull (next article will be about the side view).
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In this article we will see step by step how to draw the front part of the rib cage. I only tried this myself a few days ago so I am sure it will be very helpful for absolute beginners. I will try to keep the article short and easy as usual.
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