Painting blunders

Painting blunders - Painting blunders Many people out there...

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Painting blunders Many people out there claim to be great painters- artists- but not all of them out there are that great. A top class artist might spot the blunders in another not so good artist’s painting in a glance. These top class artists or the real evaluators have slipped some information about what they see and what they classify as a “mistake.” Surely, something worth sharing so let’s just peep into these slips here! So what our not so good artists do is that they use repetitive brush strokes. Well, they are quite boring and the viewer is bound to move on and leave the painting for those who want to sleep. A better way of going about it is to use different and wide variety of brush strokes to give an overall creative image. Now, one other way to detect a ‘not a masterpiece’ is that the strokes are profoundly dry, messy and abrasive giving a quite cheap and inartistic feel to the painting. It actually shows that the painter is not giving his best. Some painters even need to realize that
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