It’s often said in sports circles that the best players often make the worst coaches. That’s because it is hard for naturally gifted athletes to relate to players who are not so innately talented. A perfect example of this is former Boston Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams. He is regarded as one of the finest hitters in baseball history, but his short-lived managerial career is considered by most to be largely unsuccessful, due in large part to his admitted impatience with players whose abilities didn’t match his own.
The same issues can arise when exceptionally talented painters find it hard to empathize with struggling art students. That's why I'm eager to bring you our most recent free eBook, Watercolor Lessons on Depth and Luminosity, in which we highlight some of the most vital tips on watercolor painting from artist Ali Cavanaugh.
She often makes the process of painting figures in watercolor seem almost effortless, but she still has the ability to convey the important lessons needed to help almost anyone improve his or her watercolor-painting skills.
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