If you missed Critique Arena yesterday, the recording and winners are on the website: https://www.critiquearena.com/35lucky
This month's arena was a little different, but the info is well worth the watch!
Good luck with your treehouses!
The drawings are really great. I can't even believe that people who have not graduated from some special art schools can draw like that. By the way, if you are an artist and at the same time a student and it is difficult for you to combine study with your hobby, then when you have a lot of homework, which is to write research papers, then you can use the site, which helps students in writing papers for which students pay rather big money because the quality of the written papers is really decent.
The featured student for July is Jonas Zavacky! The Q&A with Jonas (@JONAS ZAVACKY) is up on the blog. Below is an introduction to the Q&A that Kathryn Adebayo (@KATHRYNADEBAYO) conducted with Jonas:
"Here is an invitation to sit back and relax for a moment. If you are a fellow creative, prepare yourself for a break from the hectic business side of your art career, the stresses of commissions, the worry of artist block, the question of whether or not you have the ideal portfolio... Just enjoy the next few minutes while you read this exchange with SVSLearn student, Jonas Zavacky, and let yourself be reminded of the most real and true reasons why you do what you do."
The featured student for June is Sarah LuAnn Perkins! The Q&A with Sarah LuAnn (@SARAH LUANN) is up on the blog. Below is an introduction to the Q&A that Kathryn Adebayo (@KATHRYNADEBAYO) conducted with Sarah LuAnn:
"Being an artist may be a romantic vision for many creatives, but anyone who has tried it also knows that it takes sweat and dedication. Artist Sarah LuAnn Perkins is a fantastic example of someone giving it her all, and in this interview she shares how she's striving diligently at this phase in her life. Have you ever wondered, "How will I ever finish this project that's still living in my head?" or, "When will I be good enough to take the next step?" If so, Sarah's insights may strike a chord with you."