When you’re planning a painting, don’t try and go everywhere and do everything – that’s a recipe for burnout and ruining your painting!
Paintings by Asen Milchev
Well, all that changed when I decided I were starting to paint fulltime, I decided to become professional adventurers. I ate at home and cooked at home. I made our own gourmet coffees, and instead of going out to the movies all the
time, we rented.
I had many failures and setbacks along the way. It took time for me to find what I wanted to do with my live and what would make me happy.
I knew way back in 2003 and I wanted to be together painting the world forever.
I realize that many people have that dream, but I felt it deep in my bones. It was more of a yearning than a fantasy. When I were painting, I felt at home
I’ve been painting for years and I normally shy away from giving people lots of advice about art, as everyone’s tastes are different and I don’t profess to be an expert.
I plan very little these days. After 9 years I have a system that just works now and I don’t even really think about it. However, these tips are things I still do today as I paint.
So many people make this mistake in mentality, and as a result they put off painting goals for years unnecessarily. In fact, starting a painting right now is well within the possibility of many people.