Why can’t I print my own art? Does I need a studio to do painting?
For the past several years, I’ve been trying to answer all of these questions. I’ve started learning, like many art students, by watching YouTube tutorials and making my own drawings using different paper and brushes from home.
If you ask a painter who has never painted a traditional portrait, he’ll definitely admit that he doesn’t have the art sense, experience, or tools to start painting a painting of his own because he’s never tried it. And it isn’t just painting a traditional portrait but also any painting with a theme that he could see himself in.
So when can beginners start to look into this field?
There is no shortage of great resources to show you how to use paint and canvas, how to use your imagination, and how to make good designs and paintings. And then there’s freebies, like these freebie tutorial websites.
But what does it matter whether you like it or not? If you’re a beginner, it helps to see what people around other beginners do. Here are a few examples of beginner painters who’ve been painting on Instagram.
This is one of my favorite beginner painters on Instagram and he’s currently on hiatus from online painting with only the occasional Instagram update. He’s very active on Instagram and posts lots of beautiful work. You can learn more about it on his website.
This is actually one of my more favorite Instagram painters also. His works are really inspiring and it’s hard to decide which one is his best. All it really matters is that he’s a fantastic artist with great tips and tricks for beginners. You can also find lots of great examples of his work at his website.
It isn’t hard to start painting and it’s often a pretty cheap hobby in general. That is why there are tons of free online tutorial and tools to take your starting steps through.
In this tutorial, I show you what you need to use these free online tools to start painting. I also show you how to design your own brushes and how to make your paintings with ink. This will help you begin to understand painting in general and help you become more efficient with the tools so you can better work with your imagination.
So why do it?
I love the freedom to create my own art projects with no restrictions. If it weren’t for the ease and affordability of it, I probably wouldn’t have tried it at all
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