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    How To Build a Better Home Studio

    You did it! You’ve negotiated with your boss or embraced your entrepreneurial spirit and the home office is yours. Think of all the time you’ll save on the commute, the extra hours you’ll punch in, and the flexibility you’ll enjoy. You’re ready to kick back and… oh, work. Remember, even with all the promises of work-at-home grandeur, there are just ...
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    Tips for Keeping a "Green" Studio!

    Tips for Keeping a "Green" Studio!
    Draw on it! There are many ways to stay green in the art studio. One of the best ways is by finding a use for the scraps and leftovers that might otherwise be thrown out. This month we showed you how to cut a simple mat, but before you throw out that piece you cut out of the middle, here are ...
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    How to Make a Portfolio

    How to Make a Portfolio
    How Do I Create a Portfolio? Go to Portfolios. Click on Go to My Portfolios. Click on Create New Gallery. Name the Album in the space provided. Select a category. Check public or private. Fill in description. Click Continue NOTE: By selecting descriptive titles for your portfolio, you make it easier for someone to find your images when they search the ...
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    Studio Lighting Basics

    h4. Two Bulbs Are Better Than One! Whether working at a drafting table or at an easel, all artists need good "studio lights":http://www.utrechtart.com/Studio_Furnishings/Lighting.cfm?ab=1, but many are unaware of the benefits of having multiple light sources. A single lamp vibrates, switching on and off very rapidly, forcing the muscles of the pupil to contract and relax to keep up, causing fatigue. [widget:9_steps_guide_art_benifits] ...
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