13 August, 2017

Work in Progress Images of Current Drawings

Hi Everyone

I love ArtWanted and I love seeing the work of all of the amazing artists. I've never been to art school so for me, I get my art education from seeing how other artists work. I love to see work in progress images of artwork being created. I love to ask questions about the process and techniques. Which I why I love to take pictures and make videos of my work in progress images as I create my art.

My question is Does ArtWanted allow work in progress images or should I only be posting finished work? I don't really see other artists posting work in progress pics and I just wanted to make sure they are allowed before I continue to post them.

I also would love to post more detailed description and videos of my work in the blog section of ArtWanted. Thank you so much to the ArtWanted Staff for all you do and for allowing artists a great site, which I consider to be THE BEST site for artists.



ArtWanted.com Staff 14 Aug 2017

Rick - Most images you see on ArtWanted are completed images, but work in progress images are 100% allowed. We think it's great to see the progress of how an image is being created and the process the artist goes through.

We suggest that as you work on the image, you upload a replacement image, instead of uploading a new WIP image each time. We also encourage our members to use the "Project Images" feature to show all of your WIP images in a single location, under your main image.

Rick Corbett 14 Aug 2017

thank you so much! I wasn't aware of the "Project Images" feature. May I ask where and how to find it? I want use all of the features available because I just love ArtWanted.

Vincent von Frese 14 Aug 2017

You have great talent. It would be great to see a video demonstration of one of your works if possible.

Rick Corbett 15 Aug 2017

Vincent, thank you so much my friend. I truly appreciate your kind words. That is a great suggestion, I will be recording videos as well as posting work in progress images. I learn best from seeing work from other artists and I hope that my work can help inspire another artist.