THE DIGITAL DREAM WEEK TEN

by | Last updated Sep 7, 2018 | Published on Dec 9, 2017 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Digital

The Digital Dream Week TEN - lilSOPHIE Affirmations - Always Be Adaptable. Learning Digital Painting and Clip Studio Paint Pro, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

WEEK TEN

“CLIP STUDIO PAINT IS AMAZING

AFFIRMATIONS ARE AMAZING

SKETCHING lilSOPHIE IS AMAZING

COMBINING ALL THREE TOGETHER, IS SUPER AMAZING :)

“Anytime you start a sentence with I AM,

you are creating what you are and what you want to be.

– Wayne Dyer

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