Weber's Art Studio Blog — commit30

Are you committed to You?

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Working in the studio, underglazing porcelain bowls.

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I love bringing my 2 passions together; painting and sculpting.

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30 Days of Watercolor Portraits by d.Weber on Earth Wood & Bone's studio blog.

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The only way to get better at something is to practice, over & over & over again.  My next 30 day challenge is 30 days of watercolor portraits. I started out strong this month with doing one a night, but as I moved along, a few of them took me 1 to 3 days to complete.  Then I took a few days off for medical/rest reasons and am finding it hard to get back into the swing of it.  BUT, I will push forward and get back to it because it is such an awesome experience.  Painting/drawing/sculpting, etc., can be...

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30 Day Watercolor Challenge on Earth Wood & Bone's Studio Blog

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Join me on another 30 day challenge journey. Challenges trick you into being enthusiastic and energized about a commitment that may otherwise seem daunting or fizzle out halfway through.  I was so happy with my last Daily Draw challenge that I wanted to continue that feeling with another exercise.  I rewarded myself with a new sketch book & small travel watercolor kit with the completion of that challenge, and had the idea of doing a small watercolor painting every night.   It's been awhile since I've done any watercolor still lifes, so this is an excellent way to iron out the kinks...

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Daily Drawing 30 Day Challenge on the Earth Wood & Bone Studio Blog

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I'm creating a great positive habit with this 30 day Daily Drawing challenge from my previous post. You can read about it here.  **SCROLL DOWN FOR ALL OF THE COMPLETED DRAWINGS** Here are my reasons for loving this challenge and the awesome effect it has had on me:   Creates a positive habit. Creates some Me Time. Slows me down, relaxes me - settles my mind and body while working on building connections in my brain. Improves hand-eye coordination. Forces me to take the time to see objects differently by breaking down lights & darks. Ideas happen. Fills up my...

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