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I’ve written about this before – I bring it up again because I think it’s so important to recognise and reward yourself for progress & accomplishments, regardless of how insignificant you think they are.
 
 

Beginnings Are Hard

C’mon… difficulties at the beginning stop most things from ever happening at all.

You’ve started down the art path. It’s challenging, difficult – but you’ve persevered – good for you.

Fuc*ing. Good. For. You. For realz.

Congratulations, you Have the Courage to Suck.
 
 

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"Soul First" in your InBox



 
 

Most people think there is a special, elusive ‘talent’ that artist’s have that makes them good at art. This is The Talent Myth and it’s a load of crap.

Love your way and embrace the value and uniqueness of your particular artistic style. Download your inspirational colouring pages to remember to LOVE YOUR WAY!

The old school method of stretching watercolour paper using plywood board, a staple gun and brown butcher tape. Still the best method for really wet watercolour techniques. NO BUCKLING.

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Refilling Copic Inks.

Copic marker portrait demo of Jad Abumrad from WNYC’s Radiolab.

In case you missed any of the Copic marker tips this month.