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Well ... I am at it again ... In a couple of days for the whole month of September I will be painting a lot! I have signed up for the 30 in 30 challenge hosted by California Artist Leslie Saeta. I have done it about 5 times in the past, I have never regretted doing it and this is why:When painting intensively like this, I learn something EVERY SINGLE day, it all builds upon the previous day. The skills I develop have a chance to get stronger with daily practice. The whole process helps me develop habits that are key to improving, an ongoing quest for me. > I build up my inventory (even when I do not get a successful painting every day) I learn a lot about myself, It's really exciting when there are over 1000 artists around the world doing the same thing:) I discover new artists that inspire me through visiting the challenge page.
There are probably many more but the main I feel really like an artist in a short period of time. The reason I officially sign and publicly declare I am participating in it that it keeps me accountable, once I have announced that I am doing it then there is no turning back ... I have to do it, that's all there is to it.
And well ... here I go again to get into trouble ... I will paint a lot throughout the month of September! I have scored in the 30-Day 30-Day Challenge organized by Leslie Saeta, an artist from Californa. I've done it several times, I've never regretted it, and it's for these reasons:When painting in an inte- grated manner, something new is learned every day, everything is built on what was learned the day before. What I learn on a daily basis is strengthened by daily practice. The whole process helps me develop habits that are key to improvement, one of the things I aim for. I increase my inventory, even though not all tables result. I became very familiar with all my materials, for example I find the brushes I like and which I do not like. I learn a lot about myself, the way I like to work and the process I follow. Let me experiment if that's what I want to do. A certain enthusiasm is created when there are more than 1000 artists around the world who are doing the same. When I see what the challenge site looks like, I discover new artists that inspire me when I visit the Challenge page. There are probably many other reasons to do so, but most importantly, I think I really do grow as an artist in a very short period of time. The reason I officially write and publicly declare it is that in this way I force myself to do it, once I have announced it, I can not go back ... I have to do it, yes or yes.