Fine Art Critiques - A Fantastic Learning Tool

Robert Joyner, Strive To Become An Artist - Not A Painter

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5 Videos (31m)
    • Welcome

      1:04
    • Horse Racing Crit

      7:02
    • Cow Crit

      7:25
    • Cityscape Crit

      6:24
    • Football Crit

      9:26

About This Class

In this class you will discover a collection of fine art critiques designed to help you create better art. Each critique includes a detailed breakdown of what is going well and more importantly, how the artist can improve to take it to a higher level.

Want Your Art Critiqued?

Here are the guideline.

  • You must agree to share the critique publicly via SkillShare 'Art Critique' class
  • Files need to be large - 1200 x 1200px will do
  • Email them to Robert HERE

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Thorough information. Watch your lines. Consider the light. Simplify the background, and much more. Thanks!
My art definitely has a "colouring book" look to it. I appreciated the detailed explanation of how to rid our art of that. I especially appreciated, too, the explanation of how shadows really bring the painting to life. As a novice, I am afraid of shadows, because they seem to blacken my pictures; probably, because I don't really understand them. This video helped me to get a better handle on them. I'll try again. : )

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Robert Joyner

Strive To Become An Artist - Not A Painter

Full time paintslinger from Richmond, Virginia specializing in acrylic & mixed media paintings. Best known for my signature loose brushwork and carefree approach to creating abstract style artwork.

Bragging Rights

Official Artist 2012 Kentucky Derby Arlington Horse Race Track Chicago National Pastime Baseball Museum Art On Carnival Cruise Ships 555 Fahrenheit Restaurants Art on sitcom Modern Family Artwork on sitcom The Odd Couple Artwork in movie Tracers 2013 Mixed Media Instructo...

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