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Traditional Art - Presentation tipsHello wonderful art community
Today I'm bringing up an important matter when it comes to traditional art. As you can guess; it's presentation of it.
On a daily basis we encounter numerous traditional art submissions and eventually not accepting it because of the presentation. We have a strict policy here in SupportAllArt as we solely focus on art, hence presentation plays an important role while processing submission as it's described in our Submission Policy
I have searched for tips and tricks on how to adequately present your traditional art and with it provide the best possible presentation that your artwork deserves. So here is the best of what I have found.
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year's celebrations. December was a bit crazy for me, between work and the silly season. But I'm in bliss now.
I am a scientist, mother, and horse owner. And in the spare time I don't really have, I love to draw.
I couldn't really draw when I was a child (or thought I couldn't!) but I always liked drawing abstract designs with graphite. And then, about 4 years ago, I came across the faery art of Amy Brown. I found it incredibly inspiring and I started drawing just faery wings using some lovely watercolour pencils. I then had a go at an actual faery and I wasn't 100% disappointed so I kept going.
I find that I learn something with each piece I work on, and that it is an incredibly satisfying and fulfilling experience. I hope you enjoy my art as well. Thank you for looking.