Sketchwalk details can be found at
1. You must be attending the sketchwalk. Prizes are given out at the end of the sketchwalk.
2. Post a comment on the prize you want. You can choose all, but can only win one.
3. Only comments here count.
4. Leave your real name if you're using nickname.
5. You'll need to introduce yourself and your sketch that day.
Add me on Google+ while you're here. Thanks. I'm trying to get more G+ members in my circle.
1. Drawing Your Life: Learn to See, Record, and Appreciate Life's Small Joys
2. Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative
3. You Can Paint Vibrant Watercolors in Twelve Easy Lessons
4. Color Me Calm: 100 Coloring Templates for Meditation and Relaxation
THINGS FOR SALE
I've several items to sell. If you want SMS me at 9245 747o
1. Sailor 21K Music Nib fountain pen for $160 - Mint condition with box + 2 spare cartridges. No converter.
2. Sennelier 12 half pans with box - $50 - Used but still have about 80-90% paint left.
3. Sennelier 16 half pans with box - $90 - Brand new.
Drawn on Stillman & BIrn Delta, Sailor Zoom, Noodler's Ink, Daniel Smith WC.
I'll create my first travelogue sketchbook in ebook format with all the sketches I'll draw there.
Here's the description for my Vietnam sketching tools
Drawn with Sailor Naginata Fude nib.
I've artist friends who came from art schools as well as those who don't.
In my opinion, art schools does have one good advantage which is they really help with accelerated learning, provided you have a good teacher.
I've seen a friend who went abroad to Italy to study classical art. Within a year, his skills improved tremendously. If you have the passion and determination, I believe you can learn that through tutorials and books as well, but when you're not in school, there can be quite a lot of distraction, especially if work comes in and you have to pay bills.
In the art industry, as long as you can produce what the client want, you're likely to get the job unless you have lots of competitors. That's where your portfolio helps a lot. Your portfolio is your homework, do it diligently and you gain experience and finesse that you can fall back on in the future.
It's great to be an artist nowadays. You just have to work hard and with the internet, you can freelance for clients all over the world.
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