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Linda Ursin

Watercolor and Ink – Disaster or Not?

Today, I’m doing an experiment using watercolor and ink together in a wet-in-wet painting. Just to see how they behave together.

When Perfectionism Hinders Creativity

How many times have you wondered, “would I be successful if my outcomes are not perfect?” and how many times have you criticized yourself for not being enough? Perfectionism can kill self-esteem in a hot second

Simplified Watercolour Landscape

This video shows me trying to simplify a mountain landscape by painting only the shadows. Well, for the most part 😀

Keep creating and lift yourself up

This time of year is hard when it comes to pain and energy, so I try to keep creating to hold myself up. My best tip to you is

10 Psychological Tricks that Will Boost Your Creativity

Creativity is a highly valuable trait that allows us to spice up our lives. A creative person will hardly ever get bored; he or she will solve his problems quickly and will dream a lot of interesting concepts that can bring a lot of value to their life.

Work in progress (well painting series in progress) – a sketch of a Raven

This week,  I published a video on Youtube showing the process for one of my folklore sketches – The Night Raven. I’ll be creating a separate video about the folklore part of this.

Can you make art from fabric scraps?

In this art challenge, I’ll be doing my best to make a painting out of fabric scraps. Why not join me 🙂

My Crazy Summer

I’ve been away a bit longer than planned and this video explains it. This summer’s staycation brought both good and bad. The bad ending up extending my time off by just over 3 weeks. If you want to know what happened, watch this video. I included some of the photos I took this summer for you. 

Want to know what I did this summer?

I’m back after my July staycation and I must admit it’s been more than a month since I drew or painted anything. I simply haven’t had the energy. There have been too many other things

Make Art Not War – Top 5 Popular Students-Artists

“Make art not war”- is a quote from an artwork that many of us have seen. This famous piece was created by Patrick Brill (also known as Bob and Roberta Smith) in 1997. However, how many of you have thought about the message transmitted through this work?

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