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You’re probably a busy person. You have external commitments, whether it’s family, work or school. Art has always been your safe haven, but then you realise that you simply don’t have the time for it like how you used to…

Truth is, you actually do.

Everyone has 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. It’s all about how you split your time. In the end, time management doesn’t exist (I mean you can’t control a depreciating asset – something that you can never get back). What does exist though, is self-management. If art is something important in your life, there’ll always be time for it.


With everything in the digital age, it’s no wonder a LOT of artists are flocking to social media/online platforms to market their art. This post will be 5 tips on how you can come up with an awesome game plan before launching.

I’ll be focusing on Instagram because it’s such a visual platform. With over 800 million users, it’s one of the best places for you to start sharing art.


Damn do I really love Wacom tablets. (PS: I’m not sponsored or anything hahaha)

I got my very tablet when I was 11 as a gift. It was the Wacom Bamboo CTH-460 model.


CTH-460 (Image credit: Amazon)

My fascination with drawing/painting digitally started when I was very young. I remember going to a trade show one day, and seeing Cintiq right before my eyes. I was so intrigued. My young mind couldn’t process the logic of drawings appearing on screen. Art to me was using paper and pencil.


It’s currently 12:30am as I’m writing this and waiting for a video to export. I’ve always considered myself more of a night owl than anything.

Anyway, recently I’ve felt my mind become free. For the longest time, I felt that life was linear. I felt that there was a certain kind of mould to fit into. I felt that I had to hit certain milestones in life in order to lead a fulfilling and meaningful existence. I felt that I couldn’t change or shift my circumstances.