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This tip is from Jennifer Blenkinsopp at ArtWanted.com:

I learned a lot by copying the work of Degas

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Studying the work of past masters is a great way to improve your art but first, you have to learn the basics...

Find a good art class, if you can. It's a great way of getting to meet like-minded people too.

There are so many good books out there too. Buy a few and find one that you like - and then work your way through it from cover to cover. Then...

Branch out on your own! Let your imagination fly. Experiment. And come up with your own style!

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