Back at it again!

I learnt once from an Art professor, Brent Eviston, that Drawing is not a gift but a skill. This was an interesting concept. When I was a small child, it was my mother that introduced me to drawing. She would sit at the table and doodle, a Bonhomme, in English “a man”. I would ask … More Back at it again!

Lesson 1

Artistic tools seem unending. “The Artists Illustrated Encyclopedia written by Phil Metzger quotes “tools, techniques, material and terms” From abaca fibre to zinc white. (A reference book worth looking into) Today, I would like to focus on the basic tools and techniques that will help you build your skills. We want to develop how to … More Lesson 1

Happy Anniversary.

There is a little photo that I have wanted to fix for a while. It was precious. So hopefully it looks good on the wall. First, it was imported and opened in photoshop. Once it was scanned, I deleted the surrounding details. Next, I restored the details remaining. Changed the photo to black and white. … More Happy Anniversary.

YOUTUBE VIDEO’S

Sitting down and contemplating whether to create a youtube video was not my life’s ambition nor was it part of my agenda. So why did I do it? Well, perhaps having surgery and being stuck at home for 3 weeks may do it. Adobe has a program available to those who have a subscription to … More YOUTUBE VIDEO’S

Draw. Draw. draw

Some of us just love to doodle and draw. But time, family, and other odds and ends can change all that for a while. Granma Lever was 72 when she started painting again. She loved to paint and did really well. She also bought a keln and did clay figures and things. It helped her … More Draw. Draw. draw