Sunday, April 12, 2015

STILL LIFE WITH RED NAPKIN by TOM BROWN


One of the best things you can do to become a better painter is to work out your composition first with a rough pencil sketch like the one shown below. But there is a specific way to do this, and there are certain things you should be evaluating with this process. I teach this in my workshops for other artists, and the success of this approach is immediately obvious. But if you are one of those who can’t attend my live workshops I’ve now created a video to show you exactly how I go about using this process. You can preview the video by clicking the link below:
Questions? Email me at tombrownstudio@cox.net


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