Mr. Owl, how many paint strokes does it take?

by Matthew Innis |

I am one of those artists who can’t restrain himself from noodling a painting.  I’d really like to be able to lay in the perfect stroke, and just leave it, but some character flaw prevents me from doing that.  Oh, how I wish my work was more painterly!Illustrator Eric Peterson once suggested to me that…

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