You see, there are many comments, posts etc. asking others how can I practice, how to learn painting fast? How to improve fast? But what I wonder is how much time do these peoples really put in to get better? We are in a time of age, where everyone wants to see results fast. The thing is, in order to get better, it will takes hours upon hours upon hours of dedication. There is no question about it.
And if you don't set aside time for learning, practicing, studying etc. then who will? If you want to improve, you gotta chunk those hours in and work your ass off in order to get better.
If you want to improve, you gotta chunk those hours in and work your ass off in order to get better.
But hey... you can do research, chat on Facebook, play games, reblog on tumblr etc. its up to you. But hear me out, if you're really serious about improving, then...what are you waiting for? Is social networking 10 hours a day helping you in any way? Is reblogging every posts on tumblr helping you with your craft? I'm not advocating not to have fun, but depending how serious you are, remains on your decision alone.Couple of videos which can shed some ideas;www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/the-l…www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/focus…www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/makin…www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/the-m…www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/what-…www.ctrlpaint.com/videos/draw-…