Your Art Resolutions for 2021
Neha Rawat last edited by
@Jim-Algar Great topic! It's fun to read everyone's plans for the new year!
My resolutions are:
- To practice more (anthropomorphic) animal drawings.
- Learn and practice writing picture books
- Finish at least one picture book dummy
- Make tutorial videos of my illustration process
Woo it feels good to have this written down!
Good idea! Mine are:
Improve perspective skills
Continue experimenting while style gels a bit
Finish narrative sequence and publish a website!
donnamakesart last edited by
Next year I plan to:
- Make a painting every week
- Print a booklet based on Chinese Metaphors
- Email local children's book publishers every other week
- Email kid magazine publishers every other week
I also want to up my game and post every week on Instagram but that's kind of a nice to have rather han a goal haha.
danielerossi last edited by
More consistency in my drawing! I’ve been juggling too many non-drawing projects this year that I’ve lost the art of making time to draw more, watch the SVS classes, experiment more.
Another goal of mine for 2021 (and beyond) is to learn/accept failure in my drawings. I’ve fallen into the trap of expecting every drawing I make to be top notch 1000% awesome and done in 5 minutes Not sure where that kind of thinking came from but it’s time it banishes from my brain!
Jacy13 last edited by
Everyone's ideas are nice to read through. It's good that we have specific and achievable goals in mind!
My main goals for 2021 are:
A: finish the foundations curriculum on SVS
B: start freelance work for something small (like pet portraits) to get the business ball rolling
really hone in on my children's book style and start a picture book dummy!
xin li last edited by
I only have one art resolution: Schedule time to play.
I am considering the concept of "analog Friday" - basically, on every Friday afternoon, I will take out my traditional art supplies and mess around with them. I want to push my art to the direction which is less polished, more playful, more natural brush strokes. I feel like I need to do things on papers with real art supplies instead of trying to mimic the natural brush strokes on the computer all the way.
deborah Haagenson last edited by
@NessIllustration Sounds Exciting!
@xin-li that’s a great idea! I may have to copy that
xin li last edited by
@Kat please do so!
@xin-li i love that idea. I’m also trying to Reconnect with traditional media recently. I’ve ordered some gouache as a present for myself this christmas. My goal is to get good with them this year. Maybe even shift my process to traditional in the coming years.