Tag Archives: Marc Taro Holmes

Good Question of the Week: Desert Island Brush Choice

Originally posted on Citizen Sketcher:
A person taking my Craftsy.com People in Motion class recently asked a classic question in a creative way. “Hi Marc. I’m enjoying your course and so great to see you demonstrating your techniques after following…

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My Picks for the Best Books, Part One

I’ve been asked quite a bit about my favorite how-to art books, and here is my answer.  I will divide them into beginner’s best and then those that are good no matter where you are, but you must know that … Continue reading

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Printable Cheat Sheet for Tea, Milk and Honey Workshop

Originally posted on Citizen Sketcher:
I’ve done up a little ‘cheat sheet’ for my class at the USk Symposium in Paraty. It’s a single page (folded) booklet crammed with notes about my watercolor field sketching process. Naturally it’s meant as a…

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Process: Tea, Milk, Honey — Our Garden Buddha

If you are following me, you know I am struggling to learn watercolors after years of entrenched acrylic painting.  I am following a few folks, and definitely studying the Urban Sketchers.  Yesterday I discovered Marc Taro Holmes blogs and he … Continue reading

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