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Dash of Inspiration: Planning Your Work

November 12, 2012

A Dash of Inspiration, A Cup of Creativity by Doreen

Planning Your Work

I ran across this article Digital Artistry Series #1: Planning Your Work by Tom Ross and thought it worthy of sharing for this week’s topic.   Because whether you are creating a greeting card or a masterpiece of fine art, the tips apply.  We’ve certainly chatted before about many of the Dos and Don’ts discussed in Tom’s article, but for those new to the blog, I’ve added links to some of our previous articles in the hopes it helps to refresh those who wish to once again be inspired, and those new to our community.

Digital Artistry Series #1: Planning Your Work by Tom Ross

Though I may not agree 100% with all that is said in this article by Skinny Artist, there is a fair amount of good insight and some truth to what is being said.

Being a Professional Artist Means … by SkinnyArtist.com

Here’s a little inspiration of some lovely creations created by professional digital artists.

50 Stunning Angels created by Professional Digital Artists

Here are links to a couple of previous Dash of Inspiration posts along the same subject

Better Designs = More Approvals = More Sales: September 19th, 2011

10 Reasons Why Your Photos Might Not Meet Submission Guidelines

This design required careful planning. Once I added the palm tree and carefully placed the holiday lights on the branches, the design was locked in.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 12, 2012 10:23 am

    I for one can always use a refresher course, particularly when designing with photographs, my downfall, although I’m gradually understanding more with the help of your tips and links.
    Thank you Doreen!

    • November 12, 2012 3:31 pm

      You are welcome Janet! Thanks for stopping by and I’m happy to hear that you’ve found the tips and links useful!
      Doreen

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