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Motivation & Inspiration

Finding my Artistic Style

Whitney Anderson

Tags Beginner, digital art, learning

Finding my Artistic Style

I watched videos that promised to teach newbs how to find their style. I read articles. I didn’t even attempt the methods they suggested because I simply didn’t feel like they’d help. Ultimately it was cheat (by copying others) or do the long hard work of developing.

Rather than try those methods—I sat down last night and wrote down three attributes that I want in my art, specifically when drawing people.


Designing with Fat People in Mind

Whitney Anderson

Designing with Fat People in Mind
What message are we sending when we tell a community that they are included, but that inclusion is not visible in pattern pictures or in the designer’s social media feed? How will they know what the design looks like on a fat body? They will just have to make it to find out, I guess.

Slow Down, Live Intentionally

Whitney Anderson

Slow Down, Live Intentionally
My most frequently asked question is, “how do you get stuff done?” My answer is usually that I don’t know— but I think my new answer will be “slowly.” It works for me. Yes, there are times that I wish I could get more things done

Find the Art!

Whitney Anderson

Find the Art!
If you’re tired of looking at the walls of your home, I encourage you to get outside and find some art! Of course practice social distancing, and try to go when you know it won’t be crowded. Are you unsure of where to start? Use google to locate the art so you won’t be wandering aimlessly.

Tips for a Flexible Creative Process!

Whitney Anderson

Tips for a Flexible Creative Process!

I get asked about my creative process often. If I had to describe my process in two words, it would be “follow through.” Today I want to talk about what following through means for me in this season, and also, what it doesn’t mean.

In order to follow through, my creative process has 3 parts: idea, plan, and create. The process is not always smooth, nor is it linear. I tend to “go with the flow” to create my best work, but even that requires some preparation.

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