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Tango0111 Sep 2020 10:39 p.m. PST

"When people ask me questions like "Have you got any tricks to be better?" or "How did you get so fast at painting?" my default response is: you need practice. It's a true statement, but I thought I would expand and break down some of the how.

This is a pretty basic model of the way a human being learns things: If you take a basic task like making yourself a coffee with your own machine at your house, generally speaking, most people don't have to think about this at all. It is a task that can be completed without any challenge. This is an example of the comfort zone…"
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Oberlindes Sol LIC Supporting Member of TMP12 Sep 2020 1:28 a.m. PST

The article applies to more than miniatures painting.

I admit that I was expecting something more along the lines of, "miniatures painters are among the happiest, most well-adjusted, good-looking, and satisfied people in the world. Let's explore why that is."

Tango0112 Sep 2020 11:56 a.m. PST



von Schwartz20 Sep 2020 3:38 p.m. PST

@Oberlindes Sol LIC

Can't argue the "good looking" bit, well adjusted may be pushing the envelope a bit though.

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