Journal, Tips and Tricks

How To Pick Products to Sell At An Artist Alley

How does one pick what to sell at their booth?! I'm going to break down what I've learned over the years to help reveal a bit of the mystery behind it.

Collections, Tips and Tricks

Inktober Supply Suggestions

Earlier this month I asked for assistance on what monsters I should draw. You all warmed my heart with all the wonderful suggestions. However, what made me the most excited was seeing in the comments how so many of you were also participating in Inktober! I can't wait to see all of the artwork this next… Continue reading Inktober Supply Suggestions

Tips and Tricks

Using Pinterest for Mood Boards

Mood Boards are a fantastic way to help inspire and bring together an idea. Similar to gathering references before you start writing a paper, it's a way to help bring all the pieces of a project together to make sure it blends well before you really dive into the task. Here are some reasons I've… Continue reading Using Pinterest for Mood Boards

Tips and Tricks

Applying the Scientific Method To Art Studies

I've finally taken the jump, and have decided to explore how to combine art and science. If you follow my Something Called Science sister site (or would it be called a daughter site?) you might have seen my latest post with the picture below: Which shows most of the steps included in working with the scientific method.… Continue reading Applying the Scientific Method To Art Studies

Journal, Tips and Tricks

How Fanart is the Perfect Practice for Drawing

Hello! Happy Tuesday everyone! Are there any stories, whether they be a book, movie, video game, or board game, that you love seeing fan art of? If you've been with this blog for a bit, you might know about my love for a card game called Sentinels of the Multiverse. I've been drawing fanart for… Continue reading How Fanart is the Perfect Practice for Drawing