June 11, 2017
I had a goal. I gave myself a challenge of drawing/painting 20 landscapes in the month of May. I had success with 30 faces in April, so this seemed doable. I was sorely mistaken.
I think I did 10. Maybe.
I have not given up, and I do want to get 20 made. They just won't be all done in as quick a pace.
I came across some challenges, and some discoveries.
Landscapes take longer
May was a busy month
I get picky with my landscapes and have a harder time deciding on which one to do.
They take a different creative aspect from me. A good challenge.
Sometimes, I prefer quick art things that can change and morph, but landscapes feel limiting when it comes to creativity on the fly.
I love drawing people.
Ok, so here's a question for my audience... have you enjoyed the landscapes? Did you like it better than the portraits?
More importantly for an artist who is trying to make a living, are any of the landscapes something you would consider buying?
Please comment and leave me feedback. I love feedback! Even if it's criticism!
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