It's been hectic guys! Yesterday I arrived from work completely exhausted and fatigued. I am so, incredibly happy that after next week I will not have to wake up at 5 a.m. anymore. I am really looking forward to creating my own work schedule. One more week of work which will include student graduations, cleaning out my classroom and leaving everything prepared for the teacher that is taking over my position. Hello time for personal projects and working on my art full-time! So excited!
Here are some of the studies and pieces I was able to work on throughout the week. I will upload a couple of more studies and paintings tomorrow as well. This weekend I am going to be working on a very special mixed-media piece that reminds me of my childhood. More on that later.
As you can see, I am still making time for more technical studies in my sketchbook. I find these very important and I think that they have helped me improve my paint work indirectly as I find them a great way to practice my observational skills. I will continue to work on faces, body poses, hands, feet, etc.
Thanks for coming by and I wish you a wonderful weekend!
In this blog you'll find information and resources to help you improve your art skills. I also share tips and encouragement that will help you stay happy and productive as your journey progresses.
Feel free to send me an
email, leave a comment on the site and/or reach out on social media. I'd love to connect!
Hope you enjoy
and find this useful!
10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting with Watercolors
Why Sketchbooks are Essential Tools for Artists and a Few Usage Tips
Guide to Shading Techniques: Hatching, Cross-Hatching, Scribbling and Others
How to Effectively Use Other Artists' Work as Inspiration and a Great Method to Start Developing Your Own Artistic Style
How to Draw a Face