Let’s talk about some of the most annoying things in the art community. These are the things that frustrate me in the art community. I feel they’re harmful for everyone in it, and I want to talk about alternatives.
I love being an artist because I get to express my ideas, connect with people around the world, and have the opportunity to make my living doing what I enjoy most in life.
If you’re an artist, you can benefit from reading posts like this one for one very important reason — because your life is just as valuable as anyone else’s, and that includes people who are trying to sell you things.
I love being an artist, but sometimes I feel like I don’t spend enough time with my friends who aren’t artists.
I’ve noticed on social media a lot of people lamenting their lack of an audience and making excuses for why they can’t be successful on social media.
The algorithm sucks and it doesn’t promote my art. That’s an excuse. Behind that excuse, artists are saying they don’t believe in themselves. They don’t believe they have the ability to grow an audience or to make art that people would be loving.
The algorithm is a wonderful tool that can help you market your work. It doesn’t have myopic, personal taste preferences like some people do, and it’s able to drive traffic to your content. But you also need to add value to your content.
The art world is dominated by competing egos, and some people seem to think that there are some secret algorithms that help them judge other peoples’ work without having to learn anything about it.
When you encounter failure, it can be tempting to blame complex-looking systems like the revenue algorithms used by Spotify and YouTube. But when you go beyond analysis paralysis and look at the nitty gritty of exactly what you could accomplish given all the resources.
You can always find something negative and blame it on the system, but the reality is that most of the time, you won’t get far unless you put in hard work and actually market your product.
You can learn to draw, you can learn how to be confident, and you can develop into an artist.
If you’re at the point where you’re still making excuses about why things aren’t happening for you and your art, that’s probably holding you back.
If you feel like you need more confidence, practice having it. Use the things that intimidate you to build your confidence by doing them.
One of the best things you can do for yourself is to make honest judgments about your work.
It’s obvious when you are surrounded by artists who are making progress. You can learn from them. You can emulate their success.
It might be a good idea to follow artists who manage to grow their audience by orders of magnitude, and see what tactics they use. Clues about how to accomplish that kind of growth might be buried in the thousands of words they write every month.
One of the things I can’t stand about the art community is how artists project their own limitations onto other artists.
Some artists in the art community are going to be bitter because of their past failures. What you should do instead is pick yourself up, learn from your failures, and not let them make you cynical.
Some bitterness is to be expected when you fail as an artist, but the best way to overcome this is to learn what you can from those experiences and pass those lessons on.
When you encourage people’s dreams, it will elevate your status and make you more magnetic to others.Your encouragement of others’ dreams helps you become a positive person. People want to work with you, and a good culture of art is created.
You should never get discouraged when you see people saying they’re going to make comics or write a novel or start a business. Encourage them, because every time you do so, you’ll be helping yourself.
If you’re feeling stuck about your art, remember that the secret to human progress is almost always outside-the-box thinking.
If you’re an artist, consider that if you’re leaving mean and nasty comments on someone’s post or video, other artists are going to see that and take that as a cue that this is what’s okay in the art community.
If you want to have friends who you can go to for advice, that’s what the art community is all about. Life is all about growth, and it’s all about helping each other. It’s about seeing people for their potential.
We want to hang out with people who are fun to be around because that’s how you find happiness in life. For example, if you have a friend who is passionate about art, they may be having trouble drawing. If you are an artist yourself, you can help them by sharing your own experience.
The only way you can make your dreams of changing the world come true is to change yourself first.
Don’t get so caught up in the drama and negativity in life. We all go through hard times, but they’re temporary. Your art and your legacy will last forever, and by having a positive attitude, you can have a positive impact on the surroundings.
The great depression wasn’t forever, but my art will last forever. It’s not just that I have a positive attitude, but that by being positive, I can help others and inspire them.
I personally believe that the best way to help others is not by tearing someone else down, but rather by building them up. In fact, I also believe that you personally have the power to “change the world around you” just by being supportive.
Being a creative person is difficult. Compared to everyone else around you, you have a desire to do something that they cannot understand, and a need to express a part of yourself that they may not want to allow.
If you’re an artist and you’re ready to keep pushing forward, there are undoubtedly things that will hold you back. It would be nice to see them changed, like violence and racism in the world. If you’re not being held back from pursuing your passion, you’re living in a pretty messed up world. Fortunately, thanks to technology many people have the opportunity to pursue their passions and live life on their own terms.
When you hear about successful people, it’s easy to think that they started with more than you and that they deserve everything they have. What really matters is how hard each person works and their attitude towards obstacles.
If you’re an artist, this is a great time to be alive. There are a million ways for artists of all kinds to make a living and be happy.