As I work towards discovering my own artistic style, I try to pinpoint what it is about other people's work that appeals to me. I have been drawing almost all my life, but it wasn't until recently that I started getting really passionate about learning and improving my work. I am proud to say that throughout my months practicing, I can definitely notice an improvement. That being said, I think I still have a bit to go before finding a style I can call my own. I am definitely drawn to realistic art, though I would love to find a way to still transmit a sense of my personality through my paintings and not have them focus solely on representing an object as realistically as possible. On the other hand, I also really admire artists who paint loosely and who can improvise. I wonder if there is a medium between the two?
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