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There is something about sketches and artwork in progress that makes it hard to show sometimes. The fact that it isn’t finished and isn’t perfect makes it harder to show to the world.
So today I am sharing just that, works that aren’t perfect!
After 9 months I am still going strong and May was an amazing month. Everything I did in the last month has really paid off. Now I am really searching for new ways to keep this growth going.
I must apologize, though, because eventhough I am really close to finfishing the e-book, it is still not done yet. There is just so much I want to include and tell you about.
Do you sometimes feel like everything you do is a chore? Are you just idly working away on your to-do list etc? Is being productive fun to you?
I have found the most amazing site ever that makes all you chores, to-do’s and more in a great fantasy game!
When you want to make a living as an artist you will have to start promoting yourself at one point. If you don’t want to call it a promotion, you can call it making connections. One way or another art-promotion will happen. Online promotion and real life promotion will often overlap. But what makes online promotion easier than real life promotions? The endless possibilities and opportunities!
This is for those artists that are not sure if online promoting is for them! Because it is!
Make sure you share this with the artists in your life to give them more opportunities!
Sometimes I go to check my email for a birthday or such. Not even 5 minutes later I find myself deep into writing my next posts or working on my blog. I think loads of bloggers know this problem. Probably everyone working from home has this problem sometimes. When your home is your workplace and your dinner table becomes your desk sometimes it can become hard to separate your life and your business.
Some artist might know this feeling. When you are reaching the end of a painting or drawing but you still want to do all the details. Adding more contrast, cleaning up the whole thing etc.
It is a matter of balance. Will this make it better or will it be and overkill?