Becoming the Best Artist You Can Be

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Hi, I’m Tom Merritt and I’m an artist. This blog is designed to help you become the best artist you can be by making your own mistakes, learning from others and improving your skills. This blog is not a substitute for a good art school education but it can help supplement that education and give you new ideas.

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The goal of this blog is to help you become the best artist you can be. I will talk about things like the importance of becoming a better painter and how to do it.

I will also discuss such topics as how to keep motivated and overcome your fears. There are many other subjects that I plan on talking about both in this blog and on my podcast.

There are a lot of people out there who have great talent but never use it or even follow their passion for art because they don’t know how to get started or they aren’t sure if they’re any good. I want to provide these people with the motivation and information they need to pursue their dreams.

My name is Jon Chambers and I’ve been painting for over 35 years now. I love art and I think it’s a shame that some people don’t pursue their dreams just because they don’t know where to start, get discouraged, or have no one to show them the ropes.**

This blog is mainly about how to improve your skills as an artist and what you can do to make a career in art.

The main thing you will get from this blog is motivation. I hope it will convince you that if you put in the work and study, you can become the best artist you can be.

This blog will also discuss advice on how to become a better artist and what to do after you are done studying art to make a living as an artist.

Some of the topics I will cover include:

How to draw hands

How to draw feet

How to draw faces

How to draw cars

How to draw buildings

How to color correctly

Artists have to create art to get better. Remember that as you’re trying to improve. It’s difficult. Art is a grind. You have to keep grinding away until you’ve mastered your craft and are ready to move on to the next step of improvement.

The key is doing what’s necessary to be successful. That might mean investing your own time and money into your work, networking with other artists, or spending time on social media. Whatever it is, you need to do the work necessary so that you can make something great.

These days, it’s quite easy to get started on your way to becoming a great artist. All you need is to find a good art school .

That’s probably not as easy as it sounds, however. A lot of people are scared of art schools. They think they’re going to be pressured into doing things they don’t want to do and that they won’t be able to manage the work load.

But you don’t have to worry about that if you choose an online art school. An online art school is a lot less work than a regular one because you don’t have to commute or live on campus or even leave your house! That means you can focus all your attention on developing your skills and becoming the best artist you can be! What’s more, an online art school is much more flexible than a regular art school, so you’ll be able to study at your own pace and go at your own speed.

Most importantly, an online art school lets you learn from some of the best artists in the world. You’ll get access to their tips and techniques so that after just a few months you will already be much better than when you started!

So what are you waiting for? Become the best artist you can be by choosing an online art

This blog is dedicated to artists. Artists of all disciplines, ages and locations. If you’re an artist who wants to learn more about art, improve their skills, make more money or just be inspired by other artists then this is the place for you.

Humble is a new site for artists, writers and musicians to share their work and get feedback from the public. The site is simple, it’s easy to use, and not only do they have a catchy name but also a really nice logo!

What sets Humble apart from other sites like it is that there are people actually using the site. If you create an account you can look at some of the other artists work and even upvote their stuff, which lets the artist know that his or her work is good enough to get attention!

I think this site is great for all kinds of artists, but most especially for photographers since Humble has a slick way to display your photos as well as comments and critiques. I think this site could also be a lot of fun for illustrators since you don’t have to wait around for someone else to pick your work out of a pool or an email, you can just post your illustration on Humble and ask your friends to check it out!

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