Improve your artwork by avoiding these 3 art mistakes
Hey artists! I wanted to share some quick tips with you around some of the biggest art mistakes I see in beginner artwork.
If you can make these simple changes to avoid these art mistakes, you’ll definitely improve your artwork quite a bit.
Art Mistake 1: Starting with no idea
When I was a beginner, and I wanted to start a new painting, the blank white canvas would sometimes appear quite daunting. If I would go at it with no idea in my head or no direction at all of where I wanted the painting to go, it was hard to actually start filling the canvas with something meaningful and I would just get frustrated and shut off Photoshop.
Solution: An important thing to do before starting to paint is to have an idea in your head before starting your painting.
Art Mistake 2: Too many details
Art Mistake 3: Too little value dynamics and atmospheric perspective
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