What's old is not necessarily discarded. Not in tools nor skills. My shop is soooooo small that I can only fit one of those tiny 6-inch jointers in it — this is fine for most of the hoop tray portraits that I do. But, the carving of the Cunard liner Servia is much larger, and …
A set French Curves are only the beginning when laying out curves
Practice makes perfect is not a trite truism. Depth of Practice is important, and it can be applied across disciplines.
Success is not a permanent achievement. We have to continually work at maintaining it.
What to hit with: Mallets!
WILL IT LAST? NOT ALL MEDIA BEHAVE WELL IN THE ART WORLD.
Interesting techniques never go away; we just reinvent them.
Examples offer clues for learning that books and videos can't
Neither materials nor tools define you as an artist.
From firewood to presents; it's a pleasant transition.