Learning how to paint light reflections or shiny objects can be a little scary! Mostly because it looks complicated and confusing. Especially when we have
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The fall color palette is full of golden yellows, brilliant reds and oranges. Which makes mixing fall paint colors, one of the more rewarding undertakings.
A common question for many is “what should I paint next?…” That difficulty of thinking of new painting ideas, can at times lead to getting
A thumbnail sketch is a small quick drawing that can help you to plan out a, larger painting or drawing. They are especially useful for
One of the perks of painting is that all of the necessary materials are fairly portable. This article will guide you through which travel art
Are you just entering the world of oil painting? If so, welcome! It might feel intimidating at first with all the new materials (painting comes
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Here are 5 great beginner oil painting tips to make sure you get started off on the right foot. Don’t be afraid to experiment and
Painting a portrait can sometimes feel intimidating when approaching the portrait as a whole… but what if we could break it down a little bit?