I’m sure the first person I mentioned will say…
“Just paint everything”. You can paint for a long time and make great progress. I’ve painted everything from a couple of walls of a house to a large car. You need not do anything special: just paint.
After a while you will have a very precise and complete painting. The best thing about this method is that it is very quick. You’re also much more consistent, because you are painting more often and in a bigger canvas.
Do you like to paint with oil, water or some other medium? Are there any techniques that you use?
Mostly I use oil – I like it if it goes over the whole surface – the more I use it, the better and faster all my works turn out. I’m also very good at doing watercolour on canvas, but I don’t do it a lot. I love doing pencils. I love to use charcoal – that’s why I have my studio. I do that more to add to my painting-style, not to make my paintings look like a drawing.
But mostly I use watercolours. Watercolour is what I was taught when I was very young: I was very, very good at it. I can say that I have done my best work since then.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is calling out President Donald Trump last week after the administration announced its intentions to strip away healthcare coverage for 21 million people, including the elderly, children and the sick.
ACLU Legal Director Anthony Romero said the decision is “a gut punch” that represents a “shameful attempt by the Trump administration to strip away healthcare coverage — especially for millions of poor people and people of color.”
Romero went on to speak of President Barack Obama’s executive orders over the past eight years, in which he used waivers obtained by the administration, and called them “a victory for the rule of law.”
The president of the organization, Mark Rasch, called the decision to roll back the ACA, the healthcare law that has covered nearly 20 million Americans, “an abject betrayal of his pledge to protect the Affordable Care Act.”
The ACLU said their office had been able to file suit for more than a thousand disabled members of the military, including those with post-traumatic stress disorder, autism, and Huntington’s disease. The group said they were not offered “a single, even two, weeks of insurance” that they could have if the original protections
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