As the world came to a halt during the Covid 19 Pandemic, freelancers were left asking the question: What’s in it for me? Caught off guard like the rest of the world, freelancers were facing a particularly dry season as companies adjusted their budgets and pulled the plug on big budget projects amid an imminentContinue reading “Freelancing Post Corona Crisis”
Becoming a successful Illustrator isn’t just about art but also about how you present it, how you market yourself. You cannot just be an artist. You need to be a businessman too.
Life of a freelancer is not an orderly, predictable way of life, it is dauntingly different. Communicating, planning, outsourcing, networking and designing – it’s busy! Adding to that is the never ending list of risks, invoice clearance, clients having a stick up their asses about last minute changes yada yada yada. But there are some things you can do to keep your Freelance life (full time or part time) somewhat hassle free.
This is the biggest setback for budding artists, unless you have a rich ass family to pay off a gallery or you are ready to suck someone off, you will have to struggle for the most part of your life. And by the time you do settle, it’s time to die.
The therapeutic process is about finding relations between the creative choices and the inner life of a client rather than the artistic value of the work. While an art class helps you learn the techniques and develop a product, art therapy focuses more on the inner experience of the client.
Remember the self loathing questions that start creeping at the back of your mind regarding your self worth when new ideas refuse to pop up and you find yourself wrapped in the arms of anxiety? That’s what a Creative Block does to you. It is one of the most haunting things any creative can everContinue reading “A Tryst with Creative Block…”