Top Ten Articles – April 2016

2016 Artwork Top Ten Articles April

Well, it’s the end of the month and that means that it’s time for me to compile a list of links to my ten favourite articles about art, writing, comics etc.. that I’ve posted here in the past month. As usual, I’ll also include a couple of honourable mentions too.

All in all, this month has been kind of a mixed bag. Whilst I finally started gradually switching over to higher-quality watercolour title art for some of my articles near the end of the month (compared to all of the recycled title art I’ve just over the past month or two), this month’s articles also contained a lot more game reviews and rambling articles than usual too.

Likewise, my articles this month also seem to be a lot more art-based than writing-based. This is probably because I was working on a few art series at the time of writing them, but it’s kind of interesting to see that my blog seems to drifting in this direction.

Anyway, here are the lists. Enjoy 🙂

Top Ten Articles For April 2016:

– “Three More Things I’ve Learnt From Running A Blog For Three Years
– “Three Very Basic Tips For Making Cyberpunk Art
– “Four Basic Tips For Creative Copying (Of Public Domain Photos)
– “How To Seed Inspiration – A Ramble
– “Failure Happens, Keep Going – A Ramble
– “Some Thoughts About Creative Role Models
– “Some Thoughts About Art Styles And Detail Levels – A Ramble
– “Four Revolutionary Tips For Making Conceptual Art[APRIL FOOL]
– “What A Nightmare Taught Me About Plot Twists In The Horror Genre- A Ramble
-“Your Art Supplies Don’t Make You Any More Or Less Of A “Real” Artist- A Ramble

Honourable Mentions:

– “Using Multiple Versions Of The Same Picture To Get Motivated To Make Art- A Ramble
– “Four Reasons To Make “Analogue” Art


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