I really believe in sharing with others our knowledge and tricks. I tested this system for a couple of years, while studying in art school, to make it more easy and efficient to draw bodies from scratch.. and it works!!
Hopefully, you can find this guide useful to create beautiful natural drawings!
By writing The Laws of Simplicity, John Maeda provided us with an accessible guide that covers business and life, design and technology, observing the principle: “Simplicity equals sanity”.
In only 100 pages, he was able to introduce three key principles and ten laws that will help you to balance simplicity and complexity in your life.
Making a living from what we love doing the most sometime can make us “Losing our Souls”.. but Mr. Shaughnessy has our backs covered!
This book covers topics that range from setting up a studio to collaborating with clients.
It was a pleasure to meet Diana and see a different point of view about the tattoo industry and how the perception changed in our society. Anyway, this is only part one! The second part of this interview will cover the tattoo career from the inside, revealing some tricks on how to start as a tattoo artist and what to expect from it! 🙂
Thinking can sometimes feel hard. When we work or create, our thought gets a bit confused and we end up being less efficient in what we do. Edward De Bono blessed us with his guide, to learn how to use his “Six Thinking Hats” to improve our thinking and our productivity!
Struggling with fear, doubts and distractions can delay our success and make us fail in our great ambitions. Steven Pressfield helps all of us with this practical guide, to help us reach the highest discipline and get our work done!
I guess you don’t know how many opportunities you have as an artist.. Have you ever thought about teaching what you can do best? Making your own workshops can seem really difficult, but Santa proved us that’s not!
Did you know that the most famous artists, in reality, were actually not starving at all?
Jeff Goins exposed the truth about poor starving artists and this old myth in his bestseller, teaching creatives how to switch from “starve” to “thrive”.