THE DIGITAL DREAM WEEK TWELVE

by | Last updated Sep 7, 2018 | Published on Dec 24, 2017 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Digital

The Digital Dream Week TWELVE - lilSOPHIE and KEVY, Happy Christmas. Learning Digital Painting and Clip Studio Paint Pro, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

WEEK TWELVE

I’ve always been scared to post imperfect work to the Internet, but this challenge forced me to do that. In doing so I realised

…it isn’t so bad :)”

“IT ALWAYS SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE, UNTIL IT’S DONE.

– Nelson Mandela

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