NOT BLANK SKETCHBOOK #3
And 2 ways to make art
📝 Two ways to make art
You can make art as an Artist. You make whatever you want, whenever you want, charge anything you want and put it in a gallery or online and wait for someone to buy it.
Or you can make art for a client. They will tell you what to make, and when to make it and who it is for. They will pay you half before you start and the other half when you’re done. Ish.
There are trade offs both ways. Choose your trade offs.
🎟 Not Blank #3
Not blank is a series of sketchbook-zines, that helps you get over the fear of the blank page and gives you the minimum-effective-dose of a creative practice through a series of daily 5-minute sketchbook prompts.
All you need to do is print out the single A4 sheet, cut along the dotted line. Do some basic origami and you’re ready to go.
You can get all the previous issues of Not_Blank (and all future issues as long as you’re subscribed) by becoming a paid subscriber of this newsletter.
You’ll also be supporting the regular publication of this thing by allowing me to buy books and coffee. Effectively you’ll be a Patron of the Arts, a title once reserved for Royalty and the Obscenely Wealthy. There is a monthly or yearly subscription, I recommend that yearly.
If you’re already subscribed I thought you might enjoy reading the sales pitch anyway, also huge huge
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