Watercolor Artist

What part of the creative process is the most fun?

Michael Reardon

Making preliminary pencil sketches—which I do prior to every painting—is by far the most enjoyable part of my process. This is the stage when I make most of my creative decisions. The freedom of a pencil permits me to be carefree as I explore values and composition since any changes are easily made with an

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