The simple paintings on this list are the ones you’ll want to do at least once, but they’re also the ones that take a lot of time.

So if you’re not sure what the right thing to do is, you can do a quick test: Paint one of these paintings on your sketchpad and see how well it works.

You’ll probably be happy with your result.

If you’re feeling ambitious and fancy a second try, you could try adding a new painting or two, but you might end up painting more paintings than you’re ready for. 

In this post, we’ll talk about how to choose the most challenging paintings to paint, then show you how to paint them quickly, so you can get them right out of the door.1. 

My name is John, and I’m a student at University of Sydney. 

I am writing this post as part of an ongoing project to get some of the more difficult paintings I have done onto the web, to share with others. 

The project started when I started to paint in 2010 and has since been picked up by other artists, with some of them painting on my wall and some of those on my laptop.

So far, it has included more than 200 paintings.1 of 4