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Interview with Maciej Kuciara
Added on: Fri Jul 16 2004
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3dluvr: What advice do you have for young artists?

Do everything you can to get as much experience as possible.  Learning the arts is very difficult, and it will take time before you create good paintings.  I feel that some sort of a traditional background is a must for digital painters. It is alot easier to understand the basics of art traditionally than it is digitally.  Not only that but it is good to explore both fields to help you find new tricks of the trade.  The more you experiment the better it will be for you in the future.

Young artists should also be very open to any type of critique, especially when the critique is from an older and more experienced person.  Even if a critique ruins your original plans for the painting, it will teach you something for the future.

3dluvr: In conclusion, is there anything that you would like to say?

Just words of love to my girl, and many thanks to 3dluvr for this interview.

3dluvr: Thank you.

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