Here’s my pick of the best art and creativity articles from the last month.
We artists tend to be solitary folks, probably enjoying our own company more than the average Joe (or Jane). But as Tanner points out, the best way to form great ideas is through group discussions. If you’re lacking in inspiration, maybe you need to get out of your studio and put your head together with some like-minded creative people.
Work Your Art
Getting a few more Twitter followers is one thing, but if you really want some publicity, you need to get some serious press attention. In this post, Debbie gives some great suggestions for hustling your way to getting press attention, without forking out for an expensive PR consultant.
Right Brain Rockstar
Yes, this is one of my posts, but it got such great feedback from so many people who were inspired by Matt’s interview, that I wanted to tell you about it again, in case you missed it the first time round. Matt is living proof that if you put your mind to it, you can make a successful career for yourself as an artist.
Do you ever get that restless feeling of doubt deep in the pit of your stomach? The one that constantly asks “am I good enough”. Aniko Makay has some great techniques for keeping the doubt at bay, including putting your over-developed procrastination skills to good use for once!
If you’ve read any other outstanding articles this month, let us know about them in the comments below.
Oh, and if you’re interested in winning some original art, I’m giving away an original oil painting of Bob Marley on my art blog. There’s still a few days left if you want to enter.