Everyone knows how important is constant learning and broadening the horizons. Curiosity and diligence makes us better artists and more interesting people in general 🙂
I do my best to master professional skills and invest into the development process (for example, I’m a regular subscriber of an online book library and several websites with a profession-related content). This month, I pay much attention to the things that are not directly to the point of anything I’m known for; they are drawing with colored pencils, hand lettering, and writing.
Interested in my list? 😀
- My friend Dina from Lettershoppe created an amazing educational project for hand-lettering (it is available on Patreon). This month we study Victorian style.
Sometimes all you need for successful and smooth process is great tools designed with competence. 🙂 Probably I’m not as good as I’d like to be, but practice makes perfect.
2. A subscription to the Colored Pencil Magazine – a source of useful tips and pure inspiration. I don’t know how it happened but this artistic technique won my sympathy, and I’m fascinated with it almost as much as with the ink drawing.
3. A subscription to the Ann Kullberg’s COLOR magazine. I love it!
4. A subscription to the Daily Writing Tips: everyday grammar rules, tricky exercises, examples of usage, articles. Improving my English is an ongoing process for me; I want it to be as good as it is possible for a non-native speaker.
I hope your list of February learning beginnings is as much exciting! 😀