November 8, 2015
The one thing that will make you a better artist

The One Thing That Will Make You a Better Artist

There are no guarantees with anything. Life is just too unpredictable and there are always too many variables to be able to state anything with certainty. Having said that, if you apply what’s within this video and persevere for long […]
January 26, 2015
Stop-Procrastinating

Why You Never Improve & How to Fix That – The Lag Effect

In many ways our brains are like computers. We work with data, with external information, we process it and compute a result. With computers it’s pretty easy to see when something goes wrong. There is almost always immediate feedback. If […]
December 19, 2014
How to Render WIP

Lessons Learned from Scott Robertson’s How to Render Book – HUGE MATERIALS TUTORIAL

This is the post I will be updating as I’m working through Scott Robertson & Thomas Bertling’s How to Render book and doing the 13 day challenge. I’ll be letting you know what I’m doing, why I’m doing it and […]
May 8, 2014
Stop-Procrastinating

Failure is the beginning, not the end

How long would you give a baby to learn how to walk? Answer: As long as it takes. Jim Rohn   I remember when I first started learning to draw. I’ve talked about it before in posts and videos. I’ve […]
May 4, 2014
Diogenes-Master-Study-Painting

Becoming an Artist – Year1 – Theory vs Practice (Video 1)

I’ve always wanted to make a roadmap for people just starting out studying art. To show to process of improvement from the very beginning, with all the unfinished, ugly studies that you would never want to show to anyone to, […]
February 4, 2014
Stop-Procrastinating

4 Tips to Stop Procrastinating and Stay on Course

Here are some of the biggest things I’ve found during my first year of studying that can dramatically help you increase your productivity and keep you focused on your goals. 1. Know what you’re doing This is the king of […]
January 9, 2014
Apollo - God of Knowledge

The Key Behind Progress and Learning

“I hear and I forget, I see and I remember I do and I understand” – Confucius A lesson is not learned when you can recite its contents word for word, or when you receive an A in school or […]
December 4, 2013

Patience

This is one of the biggest lessons I’ve been learning over and over while on my journey. Patience not as in passively waiting for all of your gifts to arrive on Christmas morning, but instead spending the time needed on […]