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LOVE these kinds of questions, and always fun to hear what others think. using the term lightly, to me i think it pertains to some style i might lean towards...and there is not always a certain name for the style, and mine changes constantly, i love that...so much to learn, so much to do! :)
All I know is that I don't have one and I will only have it when im dead and gone. Like taste, style evolves every day.
My husband tells me I have to learn to embrace my own style. I told him I would as soon as my style ceased to be described as "amateurish". :)
Wanda I agree my style if I have one is never static for long. There is so much I want to learn. Right now I am into faces and learning to draw. Two things that gave me the most fear and now I can't stop. I used to be too scared to draw in front of someone else let alone show someone something I drew. Its been such and interesting and enjoyable journey.Lianne try asking another artist what they think your style is. My girl friend and I did that for each other and it was very enlightening.Melydia, Ouch! your inner critic sounds like it is impeding on your creative flow. Treat yourself to a few new colours and smoosh them about on a journal page. Just play! Your imagery is lovely.Thanks for your wonderful comments it is a fascinating subject isn't it?
I love your style Pattio and especially with your faces.I, for one, don't think I have a style, yet. I keep searching :) I think what I need to do is stop taking online workshops, and getting magazines, for awhile and work on my own thing with what I've learned over the years. Great post! xxoo
I think it's much easier to see someone else's style. I'm too close to my own stuff to see it, I guess. I can recognize Patti's style anywhere, though! :)
Ahh- such a good question about style: I think mine changes 'with the wind', but I do always return to my fave subject-faces, and my beloved pen. Happy weekend to you!
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