1. Learning Time (30 Minutes) I finished the book, Show Me Your Work by Austin Kleon. This little book is a list of 10 steps to getting your artwork out there. Here’s what I learned today: 7. Don’t Turn into Human Spam– I thought “Human Spam” meant being one of those irritating people who isContinue reading “Three Hour Workday Challenge Day 1”
Making art can be viewed as a meditation. Today, it’s literally so. In my attempt to get out of art block, I wrote a quote that made me think a little too much as I was drawing.
For today’s Coffee and Art session, I decided to make a list! It’s important to draw every day, but it’s easy to feel like you never have time to draw. So, whether you slept in a little too late (again) and don’t have a lot of time to draw before you leave, on your 15Continue reading “Coffee and Art: 6 Drawing Tips for when Time is Limited”
I’m trying to get back in the habit of drawing for 30 minutes every day again. Aiming to try for 30 days in a row (yes, I know the holidays are coming up, that’s not the point). Why a red panda? I don’t know, they just seem to be everywhere. My favorite anime, Aggretsuko, isContinue reading “Coffee and Art: Red Panda”
Welcome to Day 1 of the 7 Day Lazy Morning Challenge: Where the goal is to wake up at 5 am to work on a project for 30 minutes after having set the week up ahead of time to allow yourself to be as lazy as possible. I spent 30 minutes on my oil painting,Continue reading “7 Day Lazy Morning Challenge: Day 1: Ascension”
Hey all! So, I didn’t think I’d be doing this again so soon, but the 7 Day Lazy Challenge was such a huge personal success, that I couldn’t wait to start again. I’m a huge believer in doing anything new twice. This probably isn’t the best way to go about life, but generally when tryingContinue reading “7 Day Lazy Morning Challenge”