On Technique: C. F. Payne

by Matthew Innis |

When I entered my university’s art program, it was with the belief that part of my education was to include training in the tools of my trade.  After all – to borrow an oft-used comparison – how could I be expected to write the next great novel if I hadn’t been given a basic grasp of the language first?  But it turned out technical training was not to be part of the curriculum . . .

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