Friday, October 19, 2012

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27 comments:

  1. I've met my art friends through school. Elementary, middle, high school, and now college, especially since I attend an art school. I've always surrounded myself with other artists.

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  2. I met my first art friends through a watercolor clas, then a drawing class, then another watercolor class. I've met current art friends on Facebook. I really wasn't into facebook untill I started going to art sites and met people that were like me!!

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  3. Work, through art groups and the art studio group I now work/share art space with.

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  4. I met my initial art friends at art classes. As I progressed in CP art, I found many more CP artists online (who knew??!!) -- they've been a source of inspiration and I've learned a lot from them!

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  5. Art friends? Definitely at art classes, school and art conventions!

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  6. I meet a lot of my "art friends" thru my blog :D

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  7. College, then art organizations

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  8. Art friends? Well, I meet people through classes, but I work alone. I do not have art friends to really bounce ideas back and forth with.

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  9. I meet most art friends through classes/workshop. I also have "virtual" art friends from facebook and other online community site.

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  10. My first art friends were my mom, my aunt, and my grandma. I can't say as I have too many art friends really. I am not an established artist, and just do my own thing for the enjoyment of it.

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  11. In the Colored Pencil Artists and Lovers group on Facebook.

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  12. I met my art friends in school...as well as on Facebook and DA....I am blessed with many artist friends, which I treasure each and every one of them! :D

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  13. In school days we friends have competition for sketching the best picture and colouring it to impress other and especially girls :)
    I was one among the best artist of my school and then it continued in college also.. Now I am in job, but still I find some free time in weekend to sketch and especially draw portrait and charcoal stuffs. I met few online art friends in deviantART and facebook. Also few of my office friends are good in drawing.

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  14. Zindy Zone forum and Deviant art ^^

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  15. Art collage, artist guilds, art store, at galleries, neighbours, we are everywhere!

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  16. Wet canvas, deviant art and facebook :-) all my art friends i have met online :-)

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  17. I have met my art friends in drawing class and at the local gallery/studio.

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  18. I've meet art friends in school and some through social media.

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  19. I don't have a background in drawing, is just something I love to do when I have free time... Wishing to have a feedback for what I do, to share my drawings with other artists and to learn more drawing techniques from more advanced drawers, I made my "art friends" through Facebook.

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  20. I dont have any art friends, but I do like to promote and inspire different kinds of artists that I find online.

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