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Art and Race

When I was a young child, my family moved to (what was then) the largest single housing estate in the UK. I was a little naive at the time, as I had not seen or knew much of the world, but later found out that it was an all white estate. I found this out the day…

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Pausing Patreon

After four months of slogging away on Patreon, and only 2 low-end patrons, I have realised I must review the way Patreon can attract patrons. It’s not simply a case of adding great content. More over, it is about how you deliver the content…

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Saturday Night Fever

Recently I have been getting some interest in knowing the process in which I work. Mainly, how I get from the idea to the completed work. This is mainly via comments gathered from the Celebrity Sunday series. Many people don’t believe I do the whole caricature…

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Patreon-a-gogo!

So, the first of January saw the launch of my Patreon Page; Patreon | Rob Art. The aim is to encourage, friends, family, fans and followers to commit to subscribing to my Patreon activities. This can be in the form of a normal follow, or based…

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Five Day Portrait Challenge

During the last week in November I took part in the Facebook: Five Day Portrait Challenge by Paintable. Honestly I don’t think I need to do the course to improve my skills. After all I am a professional illustrator, but I thought it would be good to freshen up some ideas and try something…

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Patreon is coming!

From The start of next year I will have a fully functioning Patreon page. What does this mean to you reading this? Well a series of things will be happening and changing. There will be more news closer toward the date but to get the ball rolling, I have laid to some of the basics here.

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Trains, Planes and Blistered Feet – Part Seven

Paris had become the top destination so far. Especially for Lythia. Not that she didn’t have her grumbles about all the walking we did. But today was the challenge of challenges for her, and we were not even aware of it as we awoke early and ate breakfast, in anticipation of the Montmartre visit…

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Where there’s honey!

What HoneyPot is, is giving a fake piece of information on your webpage that a bot is searching for. When it hits that blank form field, baited URL or whatever…

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Copyright isn’t rocket science!

When copyright was created some three hundred years ago, it was a sound concept. The opportunity for steal creative works in those days was very localised, and so the law was pretty strong in defending the creative…

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Ignorance shouldn’t be blissful!

It’s a difficult career being a freelance artist, especially when the Internet is one of the more common tools to make that living. In todays age, it is getting more and more difficult to sell, find or maintain work via the internet, and to be honest, if I were paid to hear stories from artists who…

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8in x 10in Horizontal
This translates as 20.32 x 25.4cm
8in x 10in Vertical
This translates as 20.32 x 25.4cm
12in x 16in Horizontal
This translates as 30.48 x 40.64cm.
12in x 16in Vertical
This translates as 30.48 x 40.64cm.
12in x 18in Horizontal
This translates as 30.48 x 45.72cm.
12in x 18in Vertical
This translates as 30.48 x 45.72cm.
16in x 20in Horizontal
This translates as 40.64 x 50.8cm.
16in x 20in Vertical
This translates as 40.64 x 50.8cm.
18x24in Horizontal
This translates as 45.72 x 60.96cm.
18x24in Vertical
This translates as 45.72 x 60.96cm.
24x36in Horizontal
This translates as 60.96 x 91.44cm.
24x36in Vertical
This translates as 60.96 x 91.44cm.
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