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Patrice Leymarie

Niort, France



Sep 27 at 09:13 AM


Live are coming back on IAMAG Master Classes, and we're happy to start a new series neet month with Stephen Silver
Pre-Register and Ask your Questions LIVE : Check the Official LIVE Page


Sep 25 at 10:17 AM

Hey everyone!
Today, let's dive into some essential tips that can help artists improve their skills to create beautiful and impactful pieces of art. Whether you're a seasoned artist looking for professional advice or a beginner eager to learn more, these tips are bound to educate, inspire, and engage you in your creative journey. Let's get started!

1. Embrace Continuous Learning:
Never stop seeking knowledge and experimenting with different techniques and styles. Attend workshops, watch online tutorials, and read relevant articles to stay updated with the latest trends in the art world. Constant learning will enable you to expand your skillset.

2. Practice Regularly:
The saying "practice makes perfect" holds true for artists as well. Dedicate time each day or week for practice, even if it's just doodling or sketching a quick concept. Consistency is key when it comes to honing your artistic abilities.

3. Seek Constructive Criticism:
Don't shy away from feedback! Share your work with fellow artists or mentors who can provide valuable insights on areas for improvement. Constructive criticism allows you to view your art from different perspectives and grow as an artist.

4. Experiment with Different Mediums:
Explore new mediums and push your limits. Trying out different techniques or tools can stimulate creativity and lead to unexpected discoveries in your artistry. Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone.

5. Reflect on Your Artistic Journey:
Take time to reflect on the progress you've made along your artistic journey. Recognize the milestones you've achieved, challenges you've overcome, and areas where you aspire to improve further. Self-reflection can provide valuable motivation to keep pushing boundaries.

Remember that becoming a skilled artist requires dedication and patience; improvement takes time but it's worth every effort! So keep pushing yourself to become the best artist possible, knowing that every brushstroke brings you closer to achieving greatness. Feel free to share any tips or experiences that have helped you in your creative endeavors in the comments below!

Aug 31 at 06:58 AM

Hi Jorge, please check the last line of the description for info 


Aug 22 at 08:34 AM

Thanks a lot Tom for you kind comments and interest. If you want to directly be in touch with Perry you can check his IG account which includes details here :


Aug 15 at 09:43 AM

So grat to see your progress and how your journey into the digital creative world has evolved these past years!


Aug 11 at 05:07 PM

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I am excited to announce the much-anticipated return of the IAMAG Master Classes in Paris after a gap of 5 years ( ) . It's a celebratory moment for us, and we want to make the 2024 edition not just another event but a unique, memorable, and exclusive experience for all involved.

We're offering a unique chance to all early supporters to secure their seat at an almost 50% discount, including unique advantages, such as access to the replay one month after without extra charge.

We will announce the First part of Line-Up will be announced on August 30th, and the ticket will switch to a higher price.

Ready to join us? Take your chance to get one of these 25 Unique Tickets before it's too late!

Commented on Last drawing

Jul 26 at 10:21 PM

Looks like it's working ! Welcome there!

Jul 25 at 09:36 AM

Nice composition; it would need a less blurry background or an element to focus the attention to drive the eye along with the character. I get the intention of the character looking at the entrance, but something should be added to make this scene different, highlighting the danger or mystery.


Jul 20 at 09:06 AM

Thanks for sharing! It's always a pleasure to see that our members are enjoying the LIVE and get inspired by artists we welcome!


Jun 16 at 05:44 PM

Tony Paz happy to read this and hope this is just the beginning of an endless learning cycle :-)