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They are...if you can afford them and aren't allergic to them :P And no, not kidding, cats seem to love watercolor paint water.
Get a cat! They love to help paint! They'll even drink up all the paint water when you're done :P
Lol at the last line...
"Bob Simon: Do you think you did anything wrong?
Wolfgang Beltracchi: Yes, I use the wrong titanium white, yeah."
If you are genuinely tired and have eye fatigue then you should take a break. But if you consistently find being tired an excuse to quit, you need to learn how to push through that!
Of course you can. You only need to workout for about an hour a day. And being in shape will definitely improve your art productivity.
You seem to have this art thing all figured out! Good luck grasshopper.
You said enjoyment has little to no effect on the quality of work produced and that couldn't be farther from the truth.
You are very wrong and misguided if you believe the enjoyment factor has nothing to do with the final result! But I guess only experience will teach you this since you seem to think otherwise at the...
Walnut Oil is a good choice. It dries slower than Linseed oil and it also yellows less than Linseed Oil.
Yes, it is absurd and extremely disrespectful to ask an artist to work for free. You clearly have no idea how hard of work it is, or you wouldn't even think about asking somebody to do it for free.
Acrylic is of course safer, but using acrylics on paper is maddening because it dries almost instantly on the soft paper surface. You can safely use oils on paper if you buy a nice quality 100%...
Wow...Incredible work here! The first one and 4th from the bottom are my favorites, but they are all great.
I am also confused about the proportions. The head seems a bit large and the torso and legs do seem a tad too short.
Take a break. You sound burnt out. Go a few weeks and don't even effing think about art!
I've also had this problem with the hard plastic erasers. I second the kneaded eraser recommendation! I use those most of the time or a faber castell "dust free" eraser.
Can't agree with this. Whether you're painting on acrylic primed cardboard or expensive linen you're still learning. By your mentality he should simply not paint at all until he can afford what the...
Creepy! Checked out your page and I really like your work.
I use a cheap primer called Liquitex Basics acrylic paint ;)
Agreed. Definitely a big improvement. Keep it up!
Not seeing anything...
Why did you post in the critique section if you don't want to be helped?
Why are the distant mountains snow capped and more detailed than the closer mountains and rocks?
Pointless nudity...It's annoying and juvenile.
I believe it, Bill! I have usually just slapped some acrylic paint on bristol board and then painted over that. Some are 4+ years old and there's not even the slightest hint of yellowing on the...
I've really been wanting to try that Arches oil paper. I really like painting on paper and this stuff sounds perfect!