LICENSING YOUR ART PART II: Is written by Maria Brophy, who writes a blog that helps creative people to design the career and life of their dreams.
GET CLARITY ON WHAT YOU WANT WITH YOUR LICENSING PROGRAM:
Planning out your licensing program is similar to writing a business plan. But you don’t have to make it that complicated – just sit down with a piece of paper and good cup of Joe, and spend some time asking yourself the following questions:
What is my objective with licensing my art? Determine what your goal is with licensing. Do you want to focus solely on licensing and create a strong revenue stream?
Or do you want licensing to supplement the income you’re already making off of your art? (more…)
This post is written by Maria Brophy, who writes a blog that helps creative people to design the career and life of their dreams.
Shoot yourself working. On every painting or project. Document your work, the process of your art, and your life. You will thank me for this later.
Since the 90’s, Drew has documented just about every painting he ever did. Back then, he had to use actual FILM, which was a bummer, because you didn’t know if you got the shot right until it was too late.