I have become obsessed with the podcasts and the one thing that stood out from them was 'do master studies'!!!
Lee suggests you do a master study and afterward create an artwork of your own applying what you've learned.
I've done my first master study a few months ago, but that was based on an actual painting. I know how to paint, I know the logic behind how it works, so figuring out what the artist did isn't that difficult.
After listening to the podcast and making a list of artists I like, I realized Marco Bucci is on there...
I've looked at his paintings, I've watched his tutorials on SVS... I still feel it's total chaos 99% of the time and then out of nowhere, there is an amazing colorful artwork.
The options while painting digitally are endless. Software, brushes, colors, patterns,... How do you even start a master study of this?
Another thing, is it useful to do a traditional master study of digital artwork (if that is even possible)?