Sunday, November 11, 2007

Finding my Style

I have been reading a few blogs, and they seem like me to be having a problem finding there own unique style. I am trying to find my style and thats what these two pics are trying to find my style. Been doodling down in the studio, and here are some of the works that were done. Not great, not awful somewhere in between. Practice at your craft is important, and I find that the more I draw and paint and doodle the better I become. I try to draw, sketch or paint each day, there fore by the time I am really to old to hold a paintbrush I should be draw and paint like Van Gogh....

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the comment in my blog Lee! I'll add you to my links in a bit. I chuckled when you mentioned practicing till you were too old to hold a brush. I joke about that too.... starting in my 20's would have been much easier than being almost 50 before I figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up! We will just have to practice twice as much...

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  2. I've been trying to find my style too. I dabble in this and then I dabble in that and I guess they're all my style since I'm the one doing them, but I'd like to make art that is distinctive to me and I don't think I'm there yet. Your thought about doing something every day is what I'm trying to do, too. It helps.

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  3. I think that is so true about practicing and to keep working at it... That's my goal too.

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  4. I think that is so true about practicing and to keep working at it... That's my goal too.

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  5. You shouldn't worry too much. I think you have a very recognizable style. Don't ask me to put it into words - I've never been very fond of word descriptions of art that is visual by nature. Anyway, it is quite easy for me to look at something you did and say: that's lee. And that is your style!

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