Paint Drip #319 Pinnacle Gulch Beach 4.25x7 inches. Gouache on toned paper. PURCHASE HERE
Feel like you're not being consistent about your practice and making the time for it?
Here's how to start getting more consistent and improve in three simple steps.
1. Look at your goals, and find the resources needed to reach them. For example, if you are looking to improve your compositions, you may need to find a video, a class, or book with tutorials on composition. These are resources to help you reach your goals.
2. Create a curriculum for yourself. Meaning, start with the outcome and work your way back to where you are now. Then write out all the steps, and follow your plan to stick with it. A good course will provide this for you.
3. Carve out time to paint, and stick to it. Put it in your Google calendar if you have to! This becomes so much easier when you have a plan to follow. All you need to do is carve out enough time to do one lesson from your curriculum at a time.
The moment I implemented these strategies for my output was when I started learning more, and faster.
This is just one of the ways I went from aspiring artist to a professional making a living from my art.
If you want to discover more strategies for learning to paint better, comment below!