The answer is usually to go into the hobby in a more controlled and less-stimulated manner than the people who already do this. By this I mean that beginners learn to learn to paint in their own mind while being encouraged to try more. This process is called practice. I always say to beginners you don’t have to spend any long time learning to paint, just be patient, get started, work at it, make mistakes, and continue to get better.
The process of Painting
Before getting to the steps for painting I need to first give an overview of the general process I usually adopt to learn paint. Before beginning any painting project, I make sure that I have the right materials available (I have a lot of free time on my hands), I have an adequate supply of paints and a decent amount of time, i.e. the basic principles of what a beginner should know about to start. Most of a beginner’s time comes in the form of being taught in a small scale project by a friend. In a case like this, you often do everything before you begin, but before you know it, it’s time to start painting, and you’re in a very good place to do it.
The basics of painting are as follows.
1. Know the Basics
The key to getting started is to have a basic understanding of the basics. I’m usually asked to explain how things look when I paint, to explain if the piece is right, wrong, etc. So I begin by having all the basic principles of painting laid out for me before I learn anything interesting. Here are the foundation principles I use to guide myself to
Step 1. Pick an image to paint
In the case of painting, the fundamental concept is to pick an image. You need to find a good image for the project, whatever the case may be. In other cases, you may decide to do something more abstract or you may want to show something from the game, to put a certain mood on it. Whatever the case may be, you don’t have to go for an image you like or that’s your cup of tea. What I like is to have images I can play with, but those images are the most basic, so whatever works best for the game. You can draw any picture you want – from a simple concept to an epic, or anything in between – if not, you can always use the original and try to get the same look. After that you have to use something
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