One of the beliefs I hold dear is that the only way to grow and evolve as a visual artist is to study for the entirety of your working career. Some of my biggest inspirations – artists like James Gurney, P.J. Lynch and Wouter Tulp – make no secret of the fact that they spend considerable time on everything from plain air landscape studies to regular figure drawing sessions.
1. Get back to study
In 2011, a few years after graduating, some commercial illustrations jobs confronted me with the feeling that I had studied real life too... Read more »