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Watercolor Artist October 2011 Digital Download

By Watercolor Artist

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More Creative Paintings
Expressive Figures
Keeping an Art Journal
Easy-to-Follow Floral Demos

More Than a Pretty Face

By Kelly Kane
George James, Bev Jozwiak and Vi Gassman share their best tips for painting figures that express more than a likeness.

Beyond Picture-Perfect
By Eric Wiegardt
Don't be a slave to your reference photos. Follow these seven steps to more creative paintings.

The Illustrative Eye
By Meredith E. Lewis
A former full-time illustrator, Denny Bond now tells stories in highly detailed watercolor paintings.

Escape Artist
By Sarah A. Strickley
How far would you go for your art? For Christopher Wynn, it was a seven-month trip around the world. Whether you embark on your own journey or not, his is a story of enlightenment and inspiration.

Trace Your Creative Path
By Cathy Johnson
Plan. Dream. React. Keeping an art journal is a fun, creative way to process the events in your life and explore new themes in your artwork. Find everything you need to get started on your own journal today.

Making a Splash

By Jessica Canterbury
Sneak a peek at NASA's space-flight-inspired art collection, plus discover a tip for finding the good in a bad painting and a mix of must-see shows.

Studio Staples
By Birgit O'Connor
Loaded with bold, vibrant colors and a water reservoir handle brush, these portable watercolor kits make painting in the field a breeze.

Meet the Masters
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Jean-Louis Forain (French, 1852-1931) portrays the sordid side of Degas' dancers' lives.

Creativity Workshop
By Brenda Swenson
Paint around objects in order to define them. Learn the secret in this guide to negative painting.

Watercolor Essentials
By Jan Kunz
Learn how to paint a flower in six simple steps, plus tips for painting leaves and backlit petals.

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A word from the features editor! Review by Sarah Strickley

As Kelly Kane remarks in her Editor's Note, if you've ever given it a try, keeping it simple can be harder than it sounds. Our October issue will give you the tools you need to capture the essence of your subject without getting lost in distracting or extraneous details. I think readers will take particular interest in Eric Wiegardt's excellent advice for getting more creative results out of your source photography. Enjoy!

(Posted on 7/28/2011)

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