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Figurative Watercolor Painting - Recharge - and Building Your Own Art Photo Reference Library

1 month ago   |   By Belinda del Pesco

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Building Your Own Art Reference Photo Library In the last post, I described scheduling your own photo sessions to create a still life painting art reference library. Your inspiration meter might spin past 100 while considering painting and drawing materials designed and snapped in your own space, with your favorite things, or your most loved people. The painting above - Recharge - is from a photo session done over a decade ago, and I still paint and draw from images I took in that photo session. A little planning with a...
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