Ive also been interested in how to identify really good pieces so i can practise on my own. APart from the artist(s) mentioned in the lesson, I don't know where else to find artists of the same calibre on my own. If you ever have any good sources, would you mind sharing some with me :D?
An artist :)
Posts made by rshellene
RE: Paintings for lighting practice wanted.
RE: Relinquish all fetishes
There's a lot of truth on what you've stated. When those types of thoughts come in between you actually getting work done, they become a hindrance. Afterall if you really wanted to do it, you'd get it done. I found when I say those things, particularly " I need to find a good "workspace", im nitpicking what I have access to in hope to prolong doing something I SHOULD be doing.
The irony is, when your stuck doing things you wish you had the freedom to say no to-- you see those simple luxuries as the best option and most effective. Its only when you have regular access to those "simple" luxuries that you feel the need to get something bigger, better, more efficient.
SOmetimes were our own worst enemy. I need to get my priorities straight! xD
another one I struggled with was:
- having to post my work at a certain time, so if my image wasnt ready by then i just wont post at all or finish what i started until the next day. =_=
geez, the things we convince ourselves about....