Posts Tagged: Learn to Draw

You Get What You Pay For

Caveat emptor — let the buyer beware — was probably the first Latin phrase I learned. I was no more than five or six years old, and those words upset me. They spoke of greed and corruption, showing me a grown-up world I didn’t

You Get What You Pay For

Caveat emptor — let the buyer beware — was probably the first Latin phrase I learned. I was no more than five or six years old, and those words upset me. They spoke of greed and corruption, showing me a grown-up world I didn’t

If I Start Drawing Naked Men…

I’ve already told my husband not to worry if he finds drawings of naked men. I’d noticed that odd look on his face, you see, when he came across the sketch I’d made of a partially-nude male model. This was my first

If I Start Drawing Naked Men…

I’ve already told my husband not to worry if he finds drawings of naked men. I’d noticed that odd look on his face, you see, when he came across the sketch I’d made of a partially-nude male model. This was my first

Finish What You Start

I have a rule in my studio: I must finish what I start. — Keiko Yasuoka I loved reading this matter-of-fact statement from watercolorist Keiko Yasuoka. Her work was featured in the February 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist — one

Finish What You Start

I have a rule in my studio: I must finish what I start. — Keiko Yasuoka I loved reading this matter-of-fact statement from watercolorist Keiko Yasuoka. Her work was featured in the February 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist — one