Category Archives: artist techniques

Dream

Every night I dream. I dream more now than I used to, since I’ve begun using some binaural recordings to help me sleep more deeply.  When I wake up in the morning, I always have a clear memory that I’ve … Continue reading

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Meditation

  I always spend a few hours a day drawing. It’s not hard to do and it calms me down. It doesn’t matter what media I am using: it can be physical, brushes and paint, or digital, mouse, stylus screen.  They … Continue reading

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Drawing with Autodesk Sketchpad for iPod

Over the past few weeks I’ve set for myself the task of making a minimum of three paintings a day on my iPod.  Sometimes in the evening, I’ll make as many as 15 – though usually I prefer to keep … Continue reading

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Photoshop for artist’s workflow

If you are a traditional artist not quite sure of what Photoshop is all about, I have a few suggestions for you. I’ve been painting for most of my 54 years – but have only used Photoshop for the past … Continue reading

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