Just wanted to make a quick post to share a recent personal publishing success. A couple of weeks ago I was asked to join Creators.co over at Moviepilot.com because of a recent piece I wrote about being an introvert. Today I got news my piece was featured on the Creators.co homepage! Thank you to the staff at Creators.co for featuring my piece!
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Do you want to tell a story with your art? Or are you just trying to make a buck? If you’re just selling art to try to make some money, good luck. This post isn’t for you. But if you want an actual creative business, keep reading.
When I’m creating art, I’m really trying to tell a story that’s come to my mind.
Stories aren’t just for writers. Storytelling is as integral to the visual artist as it is for the aspiring novelist. But what’s even more important, is telling your story is key to your content marketing as an artist. Continue reading Selling Your Art Through Storytelling
Do you doodle? I love to doodle. Over the years I’ve filled margin after margin with aimless, nonsensical doodles. We all do it or have done it at some point.
The definition of doodling is to scribble absent-mindedly. I like to think it’s more of a creative pursuit.
Doodling has several benefits for your daily life and creativity!
Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Doodling Is Beneficial
Is artistic success attainable if you’re an introvert? Is success in any field or industry? Ask Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Rosa Parks or Mark Zuckerberg.
Yes, you can be an introvert and successful at the same time. If you’re an artist or creative of any kind, being introverted is a business advantage in my opinion.
Let’s not be shy about this. Continue reading How Being An Introvert Won’t Stop Your Artistic Success