Sketch of Flowers In A Vase

Develop the Sketching Habit To Improve Your Painting

This lesson is a quick and easy sketch of some Black-eyed Susans in a ceramic vase. We’ll focus on a couple of things while using and working with a wet-in-wet wash.

Sketching is a great way to improve your painting. Think of it as practice the way you might practice a sport or a musical instrument. You might make mistakes, but you are still learning as you go. 

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Sketching is Practice Painting

I always encourage my students to develop a sketch habit. Sketching is practice painting for an artist. Sketching allows you to focus your attention on one or just a couple things that you want to learn.  This kind of focused practice will do wonders for your skill and your confidence. What you’ll need   Get ready, turn on the video and let’s jump in!

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