A good question to ask yourself when struggling in a different type of art process than what you're used to.
Experiencing artist's block? Well, here are some fun ways to get beyond it and perhaps open up new creative areas to explore.
Utilizing unusual materials for painting is a great way to get out of your comfort zone and explore. Check out these 5 painting videos that show you can get creative with just about anything you have at hand.
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, explores digital eastern watercolor with Expresii, a painting software like no other.
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, shares 5 inspirational and highly entertaining live painting performances. Would you dare try this yourself?
Wouldn't you like to see some fun, free CG apps you can use to create something different, exciting, and stimulating? Here are 5 free apps you must check out!
Have you ever wished there was a comfortable way to keep your reference images floating and organized while you are making art? Then PureRef may be exactly what you need!
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, shares a look at a growing trend for painters that carries an art method from the 19th century to the 21st.
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, takes a look at Escape Motions' unique Flame Painter 3 software.
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, takes Escape Motions' Rebelle 2 paint software for a test drive, finding it sets her free.
Escape Motions proudly releases Rebelle 2, the new version of the revolutionary paint software.
Corel's ParticleShop is a plug-in that gives you a unique, painterly advantage in Adobe's Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements, or other Corel products. Version 1.5 adds more tech with dynamic speckles, a revamped core brush set, and even more exciting brush packs.
With a fitting name and incredible advancements, the Wacom MobileStudio Pro is a dream machine for creative professionals.
Applying restrictions in your creative work can lead to interesting results, and can provide you with valuable new experiences.
Unafraid to push boundaries and to continuously find new ways of expression, Barbara Din has dabbled in countless mediums and has since found the love of sharing her findings on her artistic journey.
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