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  1. Of course, it is difficult to say what ALL artists know about life exactly, and other people do not, but some things can be noticed accurately and I think that it is worth making a blot: *many artists*.

    So, it seems to me that many artists have a special vision of the world, not because they are such sensitive people with a fine mental organization, but because this is a feature acquired in the process of creativity. So what is this special vision of the world? This is when an ordinary person simply looks at how, for example, a ray of sunlight falls beautifully through the leaves of trees, and even then for the most part does not pay attention to something specific, but highlights in general that this is a very beautiful view (if at all), when as an artist often replenishes his visual library with another beautiful landscape. He tries to remember everything in this moment: coposition, color, light, shadows, glare, reflexes, and so on. For many artists, the whole life consists of bright details, unusual images and beautiful moments. They are able to see beauty in what the average person will consider poor, ugly, or simply not even take into account as something special.

  2. Artists are all different, just like other people, if we talk specifically, they know how to properly use visual means to get the picture they need in any genre, they are probably familiar with this, all other qualities are purely personal, you don't really want to hit stereotypes like “all artists are sensual personalities” either.

  3. Yes, artists have a special way of seeing the world around them. They see it as a whole, with all the shades of warm and cold. And the most interesting thing is that talent and gift play a very small role here. Everyone can develop this in themselves. The main thing is to find a competent teacher and have a desire to learn it.

  4. The artist differs from the non-artist, first of all by imagination, and secondly by a special audacity. The artist is not afraid to create something, while the non-artist is afraid to say to himself, ” I can't do it.” The artist knows that creativity is impossible to learn. You can learn techniques, techniques, and techniques, but not creativity. The first artist was God the creator, but you have to compare those who are called artists with him in order to understand who is real and who is not.

  5. How to mix what kind of paint, what is there for solvents, squirrel hair or macaque hair at the brush? Whoo That's important. Types of strokes there are 300-400 pieces, this is all ordinary people do not understand

  6. They don't know anything about life, and that's why they're artists. They are distinguished from ordinary people only by their own view of the world. And here no one is given what is given to a person with the gift of an artist. There is nothing special about drawing like in a photo, everyone can see it anyway, but if an artist shows the makings of a genius, he begins to give the surrounding his own intricate shapes and colors, from the contemplation of which the soul of an ordinary person begins to come to life, if you will. It is as if the vision of the world shifts in the direction of beauty, from which the beholder experiences an artistic orgasm, and he will never be able to look at the world in the old way. Picasso, already an accomplished artist, said that he writes not with a brush but with eggs, this is the mystery of artistic art.

  7. I will not change the meaning of the question much. What artists can do that ordinary people are unlikely to notice.

    Personally, I can humanize any object that appears in front of me during a walk or rush to some place. For example, I see a tree with a bizarre shape with long awkward branches and bald spots in the foliage, and I start to come up with some kind of image for it or whatever it might be in my next work. Discussed it with my friend, DC he said that apparently I went cuckoo as well as my colleagues in the field of drawing: D

    When I became an artist, I began to realize that the world will not be the same again, because now looking at the same red vase in the shade, I see how the color palette differs from the daytime and begin to analyze the shades before/after. Or when the purple spotlight falls on some guy's brown hair at a party, instead of looking away from it without dwelling on it, I look at the resulting shade and try to remember it.

  8. The artist should know perfectly well that the sky is not “blue”. That water is not “blue”. That grass is not “green”. The artist must understand from experience the conventionality of our perception of the world around us – at least in the area of such an important color palette for him.

    A wise walker can extrapolate this knowledge to other areas.

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