I WISH I Knew This When I Started DRAWING.

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TOOLS / DRAWING MATERIALS I use for my realistic drawings:
– sketchbook
– graphite pencil
– pencil eraser

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Introduction of Oil Painting The Joy of Life

The Joy Of Life was painted by Matisse between 1905 and 1906. It measured 174*238 cm, which was collected in Merino Barnes Foundation in Pennsylvania, USA. The Joy Of Life was the most important work in Matisse’s long art career. This painting was able to show the characteristics of Fauvism than his other works.

What to Name Your Paintings

One thing that artists like to do is to name their best drawings and paintings. In a way this helps them psychologically take ownership in their work, and it is also a sense of pride, a calling out internally to the external world; look at what I created. In the process of naming a recently created work the artist is saying to themselves, this is good, it’s worthy and it ought to have a name. They are proud of what they have done, and generally speaking if they name it, and believe it to be that level of quality, it usually is. After all, the artist is always their own harshest critic.

Tips on Coloring With Copic Markers

Copic markers are markers used by professional artists to draw and sketch on different surfaces. This article is to tell you about the uses and the way to refill the ink for these copic markers.

Abstract Art: What Is It And How To Recognize It?

The safest bet is: if you can’t tell what it is at the very first glance, chances are it’s abstract art! And if, on a second glance, you hear a sweet, devilish voice somewhere deep inside telling you that you could easily make such a painting yourself – be sure it’s abstract, no doubt. But, things are not as simple as that. What looks so simple and easy to do from the observer’s point of view might be tricky to accomplish when you find yourself in front of an empty canvass. It’s not just about shapes or colors, it’s also about conveying a meaning, a message, a flow of energy, even if it’s only a matter of atmosphere that the painting will provide for somebody’s living room. Looking at it from another angle, there’s no such ice-breaker like art. If you know your art, or better yet – if you know how to talk art – you’re golden at fancy cocktail parties!

Brian Kielt: Ashes To Ashes

Brian Kielt is a Visual Artist living and working in Northern Ireland with painting, drawing and photography. Brian creates artworks in oil, charcoal, pencil, pastels, photography and mixed media often exploring the fragility of being human.

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