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More Growing Pains of ArtA month ago I posted "The Growing Pains of Art" on here and while it didn't set the art world on fire, it has received positive feedback. Here again are some addendum, or more accurately, concerns with advancing your art.More Growing Pains of Art by NickMockoviak
Again, I'm not professing that these are set in stone or that they are absolute. Just my thoughts from my own experiences and the experiences of others.
- Supplies. Prismacolor. Copic. Staedlter. Derwent. Crayola. Doc Martin. Winsor and Newton. Berol. Speedball. Photoshop. Illustrator. GIMP. Liquitex. Golden. So much time and (mainly) money has been spent on supplies and I have had plenty of artists ask me and other professionals: does supplies really matter? Here's my thought: Top-of-the-line supplies will not make you a better artist. It will improve the overall quality and perhaps aesthetics of your work. Many people fall victim to "I need this and that or else my work will suck" mentality. Having Copic markers and Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended Edition won't make yo