My favorite tutorialsHere is a list of all the tutorials that i used to learn from. As many of you already know, i am a self taught artist. But the name "self-taught" is a little misleading, since i wasn't quite alone, i referenced and learned from many tutorials. So i am a tutorial-taught artistMore Like This
Though some are from other sources, most of them come from artists on deviantart. Some aren't even tutorials but images that by looking at them, i get a better understanding of something.
They have shaped who i am as an artist. You can probably see their influence on my art to this day.
So without further ado, here they are.
One of the first tutorials on colors i looked at, and one of the best
:iconaquasixio: has some very good tutorials on colors as well http://aquasixio.deviantart.com/gallery/8808807/Tutorials
This is not a tutorial but whenever i look at it i feel like i know how to draw cl
Helping With ArtThey always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.More Like This
I decided to start this little fun project, and thought you guys might find it interesting, as well. First, a backstory
The other day while I was at camp, the pastor speaking to the kids asked if there was a camp leader who could draw. Many people pointed their fingers at me and I was called up to help draw something for a demonstration. Later on in the week, on the last full day of camp, that pastor mentioned me in a sermon, saying God had a plan for me and my drawing skills. Well, that got me to thinking: what could I do with my drawing skills?
There was a woman at our church who's been going through a hard time- her grandson was beating her, his girlfriend drained her bank card, and now we are the closest thing she has to a family as she is now temporarily living in a nursing home. I drew her a picture of a kitten since she felt upset leaving her cats. Doing this for her made her s
War and PeaceOne of my photos was accepted into the juried exhibition, War and Peace, at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont, USA. The show goes from July 23 to August 7. https://www.darkroomgallery.com/ex71 The juror is Nissan N. Perez, Vice President of the Shpilman Institute for Photography (SIP) in Tel Aviv. He was the Senior Curator of Photography at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, for 37 years, where he conceived and created the department of photography and its extensive collection of over 120,000 items. In his curatorial career he conceived and curated over 180 exhibitions in Israel and Worldwide and published a substantial number of books, catalogs and articles. In addition Perez currently teaches graduate courses and seminars at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, The Ben Gourion University of the Negev, Beer SMore Like This