When you have been painting for weeks, and then you end up making a silly mistake, and your canvas gets destroyed.When the painting is destroyed some artist tend to leave the painting others just start a new one others just turn the mistake into a magical canvas.
If you happen to be using watercolors and end up destroying your canvas you can rectify the mistake by using water spray. It may sound bogus but the only way to ensure that the painting is not destroyed in general to make sure that you cover the rest of the canvas with a masking tape to ensure that there is no right painting that is destroyed.
When painting is overdone in an area the only thing you can do to correct the mistake is using the pestle this helps to cover the area that was covered too much into a light space.
Art block is normal to everyone you can be unique by the way you overcome it and emerge at the end of the block.
When you get an art block, and you can’t be able to paint the first thing is to take it positively by doing this you can be able to come up with new ways and come out of your cocoon of art blockage.
You can beat your art block by visiting local art centers and being inspired to have new ideas through what you see.
You can call your friends to an event, or you can park an event with your friends through this you can be able to overcome the art block by sketching what you find interesting on the way.
Having a critique for your work is very important a critic helps you overcome your challenges and helps you become better ,you can invite a fellow artist to come and see your work in order for him to critique and help you overcome your block.
You can visit an art exhibition by doing this you can be able to see what people are painting and you can talk to your fellow artist by doing this the art or the artist might give your ideas or even inspire towards some new ideas of painting.
Being in the painting studio alone for hours may cause boredom most of the time boredom may result to art block the only way to overcome the art block is to go out and do something that you like apart from painting and upon return the art block may vanish.