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Studio tip – keeping your paint tubes clean


Howard Lyon

I have a quick studio tip to share with you today. I am a really clean painter. Getting paint everywhere bugs me. I don't paint with gloves or an apron and I rarely get paint on my clothes. That's not bragging, I just work better when I keep my paints and where they go organized. Sometimes I wonder if I am not missing out on the full studio experience by not flinging paint everywhere and…

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Brave New World


Robert Hunt

September 23, 2020 -   Many illustrators are also teachers.  During the pandemic most of us have had to convert our previously in-person teaching to an online format. There are many complications to consider when trying to build a virtual experience for the students which cab be as valuable to them as the in-person education they had been expecting until a few months ago.  We are all learning to adapt. An important part of making the whole thing work is spending as little class time - the student's time -  fiddling around with hardware, software, cameras etc. This led me to make two somewhat flexible “work stations” where I can interact with students, do demos etc. online with as little fuss as possible and still uiuse the space for other work when not teaching. This month I thought I…

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