Recently I shared with you my project of illustrations featuring our travel destinations and you loved it. Today we continue this Travel Art Project with exploration series.
Without a proper introduction, I drop only this: Welcome to my travel art project! I kept it a surprise for quite a long time, as I guess I wasn’t sure people would like to read about my art stuff. But that changed, and I’m very thankful it did! Today I can finally introduce you to my travel art project I started in the beginning of the year.
For the last four years since I moved to France I have been able to develop my artistic side and pursue this dream of mine to be recognized as a painter or artist. I am super excited to announce my participation in my first permanent painting exhibition in Paris area.
My number one difficulty when started my comic book project was not the story line, the style for the characters, not even clothing or environment. It was drawing my characters in different positions. So I needed to research methods to improve figure drawings, that now I share with you.
Today’s topic is again a personal one, since I want to approach this subject of how people should be themselves. Discover why we should embrace weirdness and how to stay creative.
It’s been a looongtime since I have thought about sharing my art on my travel blog. Last year I’ve participated in my first painting exhibition in Paris Area, and that kept me going. Made me want to learn more and create more. Today I decided this post will FINALLY be about my plastic art hobby and I will share with you three lessons that made me a better artist.
For the past several months, since I’ve released Travels of Plushy in order to share my travels with my family and friends, I struggled to understand all the work I need to put into my blog. Because writing blog posts is not only about narrating something and hit Publish. So naturally, today I will tell you about my blog changes that will take effect starting on Monday.
As a wannabe artist, taking painting classes in the Conservatory of Fine Arts in Paris Area, the opportunity of taking part in painting exposition came from nowhere and I took it! Read more about my first painting exposition.