Will 2021 be the year that you decide to start your own profitable side hustle? Perhaps you intend to develop a side hustle into a full-time creative business one day? After a stressful and unprecedented 2020 many artists have found themselves questioning the way forward. This may be the catalyst to creating a sustainable small business that you enjoy in the future. One which brings in extra income and may even turn into your primary income one day.
This was the mindset that I adopted 10 years ago and fortunately it was the best decision I made. With the experience that I've had over the past decade I put together a bundle of courses and training that may be useful to you.
Find out more about the Creative Side Hustle Bundle below.
Snow is a fascinating painting subject. In theory the colour of snow is white, however in real life it is anything but. Snow has the ability to reflect different kinds of light and creates wonderful shadows. Snow shows off natural landscape features in a mysterious and exciting way. If you want to see your landscape transformed, wait for the snow fall and a magical new landscape is created overnight. Snow has long fascinated artists and they are many examples of how artists have interpreted this enigmatic subject.
In this lesson I want to focus on two particular kinds of light which you will typically find in most situations. I will discuss the colours that are appropriate in such landscapes and how you can open up your creativity and expressiveness when facing these landscapes. Let's Begin
Gouache painting is growing in popularity. This medium dates back six hundred years, but you would think it was invented last year and everyone wants to try it out. Why is gouache popular? It is water-based and opaque and this makes it super versatile and beginner friendly. But is gouache easier to master? In this article I want to share thoughts on how to improve your gouache painting so that you get more out of the experience.