I remember sitting in art class as a kid and just having the best time creating my little masterpieces. An oil pastel painting of trees reflected on a river in the woods, a rainbow fish with gold outlines, a small sculpture intended to be a Christmas ornament, a drawing of my childhood home and a watercolor of a country farm. Paintings of Making art is relaxing and fun, and it’s a great way for kids to get in touch with their creative side. However, one thing I knew even as a young child is that I am not cut out to be an artist. I’m just not that good.
Sure, if you put your mind to something, you can always improve, and I’m not in the business of crushing anyone’s dreams. But sometimes, if a skill doesn’t really come naturally to you, it’s okay to move on and find something else you can actually do well. Unfortunately, there are some people out there who are very persistent in their artistic endeavors…
Allow me to introduce you. Deception artists subreddit. We’ve collected some of our favorite posts from the group below, dedicated to shy artists who lack self-awareness and sometimes simple logic, so you too can enjoy the work of these knock-offs of Van Goghs, Picassos and more. can enjoy Keep reading to also find an interview with Monets that we were lucky enough to receive from the artist. Jal Arun Posadas To hear his thoughts on the subject. Be sure to upvote photos of pieces you think artists should pay their customers to take, and then if you’re interested in seeing more of these masterpieces, you can find . KristenBellTattoos.comLast article on the same subreddit right here.
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