Have you ever wondered if your favourite artists have similar fears while working in the industry? In this video I (Bobby) share with you truthful confessions from my own experiences.
6 Bad Artist Habits to Avoid
Being an artist is a challenging thing and it's important to avoid bad art habits to have the best chance at an awesome career. In this video we cover 6 bad artist habits that everyone should avoid. NOTES: Art classes, lessons and assignments at Schoolism http://www.schoolism.com Follow Bobby Chiu https://www.instagram.com/digitalbobert/ some of the artists mentioned: Sergio Aragonés https://sergioaragones.com/ Stephen Silver https://www.instagram.com/stephensilver7 Peter de Sève https://www.instagram.com/peterdeseve/ Chris Sanders https://www.instagram.com/chrissandersart Helen Ming Jue Chen https://www.instagram.com/min
10 inspirational classic landscape artists
I have a lot of references and sources of inspiration to improve my creativity and skills. One of these references are the classic artists. In recent years, I have compiled a lot of artists, and here I have selected my top ten. I think that may be interesting for other beginner (or advanced) artists, and landscape lovers like me. Enjoy!!!! (Click on the link to see the compilation)http://syntetyc.com/2014/01/10-fantastic-and-inspirational-classic-landscape-artists/
Significance is Beautiful
Lacking wisdom of my own, I'll share some more from Robert Henri (1865-1929): "In my understanding of color, there is absolutely no such thing as color for color's sake. Colors are beautiful when they are significant. Lines are beautiful when they are significant. It is what they signify that is beautiful to us, really. The color is the means of expression. The reason that a certain color in life, like the red in a young girl's cheek, is beautiful, is that it manifests youth, health; in another sense, that it manifests her sensibility." Painting by Daniel Gerhartz
Ok so I've been pretty inactive for a long time, well I mean I've posted the odd picture but I've never been able to get that spark back that I had. I'd draw up to 3 pictures a day but now I'm lucky if I can draw one a week without feeling utterly exhausted. I've been struggling with some stuff over the last year and a half, its been very difficult to draw because my hobbies no longer bring me any joy and I'm lethargic 24/7. I'm not trying to have a whine and a moan I just want to know if anyone has advice for getting your spark back or if anyone has gone through something similar. I just wanna draw again. :shakefist:
Llythium-artProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks for sharing, it's good to see that even the greatest are still dealing with problems of that kind. Not that i'm happy that you're struggling too, not at all, it's just that it helps going through it (i don't wanna be disrespectful, sorry >///<)
LoLo-is-SeaDoo-ing Digital Artist
Thanks for this video! Sometimes you need a kick in the butt to get going again and sometimes it helps to know that even successful artists have the same struggles. Appreciate the video, it's an eye opener
KeiraHarcourtProfessional General Artist
I finally signed up! Looking forward to getting through quite a few lessons with my subscription and will make sure to spread the word to my followers on all my social media pages. Thanks Bobby for your help, these videos have always been great to watch and a good eye opener.
orselisProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks for sharing. These are indeed things I am going through every day, took some to get used to them and make them work for my benefit. It was good to hear it from such an artist like you ^_^