Art is never finished, only abandoned. –Leonardo da Vinci
Artists of Reddit, Share Your Creative Process: A blog about artists and how they paint, along with their creative processes.
Artists of Reddit, Share Your Creative Process
A blog about artists and how they paint, along with their creative processes.
I want to share the art that you create, your thoughts on creativity and the work you do. Please share with me any mediums you want to showcase, such as watercolor paintings , oil paintings , photography or digital works .
I will also be posting my own art on here when I can as well. If you’d like to see more of my work please visit my facebook page . Thanks for reading!
The inspiration to create art comes from the world and life itself. The artist becomes a vessel to pass on the beauty they see in the world or imagine in their mind. Most artists are inspired by other artists as well, but where does that inspiration come from?
Artists of Reddit, what sets you apart from other artists? How do you inspire yourself? What inspires you? How do you get your ideas for paintings? Are there any rituals that you have before creating a painting or piece of art?
Share your answers here!
Throughout my life, I have been fortunate enough to be surrounded by creativity and art in many forms. When I was a child, my mother didn’t allow TV or video games, so drawing became an outlet for me to express myself. Later on in life, I went to a local university where I majored in graphic design, and now I own my very own design company.
I am always interested in how other artists make their art. What inspires you? What techniques do you use? How long does it take you? That’s what this blog is all about! At the moment there are only a few artists featured here. I plan on adding more content soon!
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please feel free to contact me at: email@example.com
Hi, I’m a high school art teacher. I’ve been looking for some resources on the internet that can help me become a better teacher, and have found a few of them! If you’re interested, check out my blog:
http://artteacheratwork.blogspot.com/ (it’s a WordPress blog, if that tells you anything)
**I’ve also set up a forum in which we can all talk to each other about the art we make and teach. You can find it here:**
I’m hoping to get some artists on there who are happy to share their knowledge with anyone who asks for it! And of course, if you’re an artist yourself, please join us! We could always use more people to talk to and more good questions to answer!
I try to look at my pieces from a third person point of view to make sure that it is not only what I want but what others want as well. The idea is to help me get more comfortable with my style and move me away from copying others.