Waiting a day


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Waiting a day

After you've supposedly finished the painingt, you may think you're done. But my advice is to wait at least a day without looking at the work before re-examining it again. Then take another look. You're probably going to find a few small things to change that you haven't noticed before. I believe this fresh look is brought about by time away from the painting, and let's take a look what we have here so far. And the first thing I'm going to do is I'm going to turn off the Varnish layer and I just want to look around at this spot anything that doesn't make any sense and here's the way I do this.

I apply what I call my "what is that?" rule. And if I see something and I have to ask "what is that," take it away because you don't want things in your image that are going to do precisely that to your viewers. You want everything to be clear enough to be read so that there's no confusion about what things are and I can see a few right a...

Waiting a day
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Waiting a day provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Street Scene

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Design
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Photoshop
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