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#14 JUDY’S STUDIO TIPS – PART 2

Experimentation is key. If it is possible to solve something in an area as small as an inch, that solution can be applied to the total painting. Always try new things in order to learn!
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#13 BILLBOARDS & NEVER BORED

I’ve decided to categorize some of my old jobs. On this post, I am sharing the wonderful examples of seeing my work enlarged on a billboard. I remember distinctly parking and simply savoring the ability to see my work so large. I work fairly small, so you can imagine how exciting that was! Continue reading

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#12 THE A “PEEL” OF ACRYLICS & DROPLET MAGIC

I’ve talked about color and contrast, and I’ve briefly mentioned that I love texture. Texture for me is a “puzzle to solve.” When I discovered adding colored pencil and acrylics to my technique, it was especially helpful for peel textures. Continue reading

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#11 JUDY’S STUDIO TIPS – PART 1

I’m going to be summarizing my information with occasional “Studio Tips.”
I’m sharing my art information with samples of my work to follow. I prefer to go chronologically, by sharing my earliest jobs. My earlier work was substantially improved upon over the journey of my illustration career. Continue reading

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