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Author: Jesper Ejsing

Muddy Faces

By Jesper Ejsing The other day I was creating another wallpaper for my screen. I try to shift the...

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old and new

-By Jesper Ejsing Just the other day, I was trying to find an old sketch of a dragon in the big...

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The Trap

-Jesper Ejsing MicroVisions I was deeply honoured to be asked to do a painting for the...

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Two in One

By Jesper Ejsing Today I want to share with you a painting that is actually two paintings. I did...

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Ambition

-By Jesper Ejsing Here is a sad confession: Drawing; I suck at it. These last 2 weeks has been...

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Two in one

– By Jesper Ejsing Today I want to tell you about a cover that went a little out of the...

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  • Nico kopf on Studio Equipment : PlantsGreat article! They say the benefits are minimal but every bit helps. Nice on the eyes too, and always good for a quick reference for colours or shape…
  • Carly Milligan on Sunday Skills: Seeing WideThank you for the elaboration! I don't know why I've done the unfocusing so much more than squinting. Though I do use squinting as well, maybe I just…
  • Brendan Kendrick on Mead Schaeffer BookThe second to last image a Schaeffer? always thought is was a Cornwell . love this post!
  • Kat on Sunday Skills: Seeing WideThank you, this is going in my list of top Muddy Colors posts, ever! I feel like I do my best work when I'm managing to sustain this mode of seeing, b…
  • Thomas Diem on Sunday Skills: Seeing Wide"Look through your 'lashes" (squint) is a helpful technique, and one that many non-artists reject out of hand... until they do it. For clients viewing…

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