How to create in a flow state.

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In this video I will talk about my spontaneous drawing process, about a creative flow state and exploring new ways not being limited to art style, techniques, process I usually follow. Just imagine what we can do with the potential when we do not limit ourselves to what we already have learnt so far.

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PATREON: (more than 200 videos – realtime videos + drawing tips + tutorials)
Note: regarding this drawing there is available – real time process + narrated version of the basic outlines and shading process of the hair. I will upload the rest of the process on Monday:)
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TOOLS / DRAWING MATERIALS I use for my realistic drawings:
– sketchbook
– graphite pencils
– paintbrush
– blending stump
– pencil eraser

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