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Several paintings at once takes the pressure off


Several paintings at once takes the pressure off
I always have a few paintings in progress at once. With watercolor it’s about having to wait for the layers to dry. With acrylics it’s convenient to have a few going on, when you have the paint mixed up and ready.

Having more than one, takes the pressure off one particular painting. During my drawing class days, I became so stressed about a drawing I was working on. I was afraid to add a single mark and ruin it. Thankfully I realized the unnecessary pressure I put on myself to make every drawing frame-able, and I relaxed way back!

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Author: Eileen McKenna {my creative resolution}

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9 thoughts on “Several paintings at once takes the pressure off

  1. I just seem to get so focused on the one painting I am doing that it is impossible for me to start another until it is finished

  2. What are your favourite colours to use?

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