Simply Organized

Written by Enrique in Blog Post

I’ve never been an organized person. My folders from highschool were a mess and covered in scribble. My locker was horrendously gros with old food and clothes. And my room was a giant heap of old clothing and video games. I was a C student through my entire academic life.  So organization is something I had to teach myself. The reason being is that the more organized I was, the more work I got done.  And this wasn’t up for debate; it’s just how I functioned.

I would see people who were well organized completely pass me up. Every artist I strive to be like is someone who is either naturally...Read More

Draw Anything from Life

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blog Something I do a lot with friends is I go out to draw in random locations through the city. It’s meant to help us draw from life. We draw people, or buildings or animals. I wanted to talk about the differences of drawing from life as opposed to drawing from a picture. Drawing from life is very similar to training with a weighted vest in physical exercise. It’s harder to draw from life and I feel much more rewarding because you accomplish a harder task.  When you are drawing someone who is in constant motion, it tells your brain you only have a certain amount of time to capture the moment, so you tend to remember ...Read More



One Secret To Drawing Anything

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Art is around us and a lot of people are engaged in it particularly in the form of drawing and painting; this article is focused on showing the major key to success in art. It’s not so much a secret because it’s hidden but a secret because a lot of people seem to miss or ignore it and also because it does not get enough emphasis which is the purpose of this article- emphasize on this secret.

It is something observed in the beginner and

intermediate levels of being an artist but particularly in the intermediate level ...Read More



Be The Best Artist You Can Be

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We all have different styles and different backgrounds to drawing and painting. Some people are self-taught, some are trained somewhere.  There are a lot of differences, but there are many more similarities in my opinion. There is a base learning level that most professional artists have. And there are ways they go about determining what will push them along. That’s one reason I always recommend having a teacher or mentor, just someone from outside of yourself that could help with advice on what you are too close to see.

1)         Identify your weak points – This is something that’s going to be somewhat obvious if you are a beginner. It might be a ...Read More



How to Get over a Plateu

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When you are progressing at anything in any medium there will naturally be phase at which you get stuck in learning. When I started I was improving at a very steady and fast pace. The day I hit my first major plateau was a big disappointment to me.  I didn’t know how to react and it nearly crippled my entire art career for some time. Eve thigh I had teachers around me that were telling me what was going on, I still couldn’t shake the feeling that maybe it would never go away.
That plateau lasted for almost a year. I honestly could have gotten over that plague a lot faster if I knew what I knew now. So let me go over it.

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The Reason You Should Use Pen

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When I first started sketching, I would treasure every drawing. I would see everything I drew as supremely important. This can be good, but at the same time it can put far too much pressure on you to produce something every time. This means that sometimes it can be a good thing, but at the same time, can also be supremely depressing. Something that would bother me a lot would be if I filled up a lot of my sketchbook in pencil and a lot of drawing smeared a tiny bit because of the pages pushing against each other.  It was inevitable for pages to do that.

SO I started using pen. I started using pen specifically

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Written by Enrique in Blog Post

As an artist that is starting out in the field of art, sometimes it is never easy or straightforward to get into your stride; it’s possible that you might be discouraged or find difficulties expressing yourself in what you’re trying to draw. Well, not to worry, it’s all part of the beginner’s syndrome and once you’re able to make use of the information in this article, then you should be good to go and begin your journey to being a great artist.

A lot of people interested in drawing ask a common question which is quite important and the question is “where do I begin from? I mean where exactly do I start?”   ...Read More