People of the creative industry, ever been hard at work one day only to be interrupted by a complete unknown asking you to commit yourself to a commercial project with no prospect whatsoever of achieving any kind of payment for it?
I think that there’s a good chance that the answer is yes. Below are the reasons why you should jump right in and do just that.
What could possibly go wrong? Continue reading
I’ve always been encouraged by my peers to care about getting better. If you don’t go forward then you go backwards. You never stay in the same place.
So in other words, we’re all moving on to something, it’s just up to us to decide upon which direction that we go in.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about what it is I’ve done over the past few years that have helped to move me forward. Here are my findings below.
1. Focused on my Weaknesses
I’ve always seemed to do better when drawing architectural structures as opposed to anything else. It is my comfort zone. Continue reading
I’ve pretty much been doing this for ten years now. It would have been around 2005 that I finally decided to ditch the excuses and acknowledge that doing this was my responsibility and that the dream of being a freelance illustrator wouldn’t be coming any closer all by itself. Continue reading
I am quite often approached by people regarding my work. A lot of the times it’ll be an inquiry from a potential client, Continue reading
So we’ve all been there. In our minds we know that we have to work, we have to knuckle down, take the bull by the horns and get on with the business of getting the work done. However, the problem is that nothing seems to get you moving. The more you think about getting on with things, the harder it seems to do so. Procrastination has taken hold.