HomeBlogFrom Digital Graphic Design to Hands-On Artwork (with Elan Cole) From Digital Graphic Design to Hands-On Artwork (with Elan Cole) By Frank Lundy September 13, 2019 Blog 3 Comments Tags:art, art history, artrageous, artrageous with nate, craft, creativity, digital graphic design vs. hand painting, digital vs. hands-on design, Elan Cole, graphic design, handmade, hands-on artwork tutorial, imperfection of drawing, industrial design, inspirational, inspirational art, Motivation, pbs digital studios, ted talk, ted talks Related Posts Art about Migration Easy DIY Handmade Paper Doll Craft Idea at Home By Aloha Crafts Print making: lithography About Author admin 3 Comments Vic Jideonwo March 22, 2017 Dope Reply rebecca baughman March 24, 2017 I love that my closed captioning shows (awesome music) at the beginning. 🙂All art, music, writing and technology students should see this. Mistakes are how perfecting skills are honed. Reminds me of the book "The Dot." Half the battle is to begin the thing you are setting out to do. Maybe athletes, students and people starting in new careers should see this too. Felt more like a Ted talk speaking to how to be ok with the learning process and mistake making. You'll never know if you never DO, so just DO. Reply TomHaroldArt July 9, 2018 I really like how he talked so much about fighting against perfectionism and allowing yourself to make mistakes as part of learning and growing. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.