VIDEO: How to Evaluate an Unfinished Painting. . . And then Improve It.

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It’s easy to get tunnel-vision when you’re working on a painting, especially when you’re heading towards the finish line and the end is in sight.

But before you call a painting “good” and walk away, it’s a smart idea to learn how to evaluate your work objectively. Take a look at the video below and see how watercolor artist Cheng-Khee Chee analyzes the composition, colors, and values of his work:

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You can also get Cheng-Khee’s full watercolor tutorial at Creative Catalyst.

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