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5 WAYS TO JUMP START YOUR ART CAREER || 30 Days of Art Episode 22

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Happy Saturday folks! Today's video will talk about 5 tips to jumpstart your art career - this might be helpful for any beginner artists looking for advice to become a professional artist. :) Enjoy! Of course, the usual disclaimer: this is based on my personal experiences, and by no means am I forcing anyone to follow my opinions or agree with me. This is just to garnish your day and peak your curiosity. I'll be releasing the real-time version of each video (1-2 hours long) on my Patreon page, along with monthly coloring challenges, tutorials, and other fun rewards: http://www.patreon.com/happydartist Thanks for watching! Happy ------------------- Materials I used in this video: ♥ BIC Mechanical Pencil: HB 0.7mm ♥ Krylon 18k Gold Leafing Pen ♥ Blick Studio Brush Marker: Red, Antique White, Warm Gray 10% ♥ Copic Marker: Toner Gray 3, Pale Green ♥ Uniball Signoball Gel Pen: White ♥ General's Charcoal Pencil: White ♥ Pilot Pocket Brush Pen: Soft, Black ♥ Prismacolor Col-Erase Pencils: Scarlet Red, Black ♥ Blending stick (unknown brand, it's old lol) ♥ Kraft Toned Tan Paper ------------------------------------------ A very SPECIAL thank you to my lovely patrons, without whom this video would not have been possible. ♥♥♥ -------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH ME Prints: http://www.happyd-artist.com/shop Longer Videos: http://www.patreon.com/happydartist Instagram: @happydartist ------------------------------------------ Music: "Change Your World (Instrumental)" - Amarante (Used with permission from the artist) https://soundcloud.com/amarantemusic
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John Douglas Wilson (9 days ago)
Well thankyou for the advice, and you are right there are resources for this sort of thing, and I found your video insightful.
Reshma Pradhan (18 days ago)
hello...can u share about the pencil that you have used here?
Keerat Singh (1 month ago)
I think artists should create communities to support each other to have engaged followers that actually care about their work, (my username is @notkeerat so im creating a dm group and comment your username if you wanna be a part of it💗💗
coniac420 (2 months ago)
Five Ways to make money as an artist1.Be a girl.2.Be a sorta cute girl.3.Have breasts.4.Make a video informing people the obvious.5.Have a way to accept money for art or basically anything, as long as you have breasts it will work.
Kawaii Bean (3 months ago)
what a gorgeous piece! i really hope i can pursue my love in art
rajendra kumari (5 months ago)
amazing art👍👍
Lisuchu Pochury (5 months ago)
Are you Asian ?
tomorrow3today (6 months ago)
i like you video because is beutiful
allexandrialoveex3 (7 months ago)
Just recently started an art instagram! FOLLOW and support @CHROMERAA - very much appriciated ! ! !
kalina (7 months ago)
1. To have large cohesive body of work (at least 20 polished complete pieces) 2. To have professional website 3. A lot of social media and frequently update 4. Seek out local opportunities first (if not known) 5. Have entrepreneurial mind set
priyanka raskar (7 months ago)
nice sketch
Kim Kim (8 months ago)
2:46 when she really start the talking
PapanDiy (8 months ago)
Awesome !!!!
Chance Battlehawk (9 months ago)
Thank you. For the wonderful choices you make.😊
Angel O (9 months ago)
What advice would be good for an insecure artist? My brother makes great art and he talks about selling prints, but he always finds ways to sabotage himself. "I need the best archival paper/ the best camera/ best scanner/ best laptop/ printer..." And once we help him he still feels is not good enough. About to give up on him!!!
Daisy Fizz (9 months ago)
Awesome tips
Sherena Mills (10 months ago)
What do you think about the art prints being printed on branded logo on the back photo paper?
Tuliptu (10 months ago)
The face, especially the eyes remind so much of Chungha (sorry if I spelled her name wrong) from ioi I don’t know I just find it very similar
artist ki painting (10 months ago)
app muja apna WhatsApp number dena please
artist ki painting (10 months ago)
my numbers 7985055192
artist ki painting (10 months ago)
adrienne gellman (11 months ago)
The person in this video is TOO YOUNG and inexperienced to be teaching art.
adrienne gellman (11 months ago)
I know and artist named Danielle Edwards.His art has been featured in The New York Times Arts,The mail Online and Yahoo news on the main page.He also is being represented by a gallery in Brooklyn NY.HE DOESN'T HAVE HIS OWN WEBPAGE.HE ONLY HAS A GALLERY ON FACEBOOK.JEAN MICHEL BASQUIAT became a very famous artist when he was in his early twenties.HE HAD NO ART TRAINING.HIS PAINTINGS SELL FOR MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS EACH NOW.ONLY FAME IS WHAT MAKES ART WORTH MONEY.
adrienne gellman (11 months ago)
I'm wondering if this person has been picked up by a gallery.
Boho Stevie Nicks (11 months ago)
adrienne gellman she's had her own gallery
anik sikder (1 year ago)
Amazing work !
Pintor de Nievas (1 year ago)
i really like your style
lam nam (1 year ago)
xin chao
Aleksandra Veleno (1 year ago)
Thank you so much, you sound so bright! Very useful advice, so important to have an entrepreneurial mindset, i think it's still hard to embrace for some that art and business can and must go hand in hand - unless we want to be starving artists and complain about the world being unfair ;) Have a lovely day xx
Ivy Cooper (1 year ago)
I love your art work and your very helpful on how to actually become an art business owner! 😊
futurestoryteller (1 year ago)
I can't be the only one who thought it was just a _little_ funny when she said (paraphrasing) "Most professional artists have a really polished website, so that can set you apart."
Orion C (1 year ago)
Love your aesthetic
LadyDragoncat (1 year ago)
Many thanks for the advice. And your artwork, by the way, is absolutely beautiful!
Cestarian Inhabitant (1 year ago)
At 2:30 god damn woman will you stop talking in circles and start with the damn content already?
Born 2 play (1 year ago)
Is it weird that when I click on her videos I just start drawing and just get relax by hearing her talk
Aiyaly Videos (1 year ago)
real helpful, thx
loszhor (1 year ago)
Thank you for the information.
MissWoo _'00' (1 year ago)
If anyone has questions about resumé's, portfolio's, work etc you can check out Jelloapocalypse's Tip of the tongue series. all videos are more than 40 minutes long but it's seriously worth it
simply smsm (1 year ago)
thank you lovely for the tips
Greg V (1 year ago)
thanks ! That's was really helpful , you just bring me so much positive energy and joy , also your art is spectacular , hope one day i ll post one comment that I am going well with my art buisness
Collette Landwer (1 year ago)
I just adore listening to you as you create your images ... thank you for sharing them
marte me (1 year ago)
When I live in this tiny tiny town, there is no such things i can do In my local area :/ That is what sucks the most about living in a small city
Princess Rose2020 (1 year ago)
omg I'm so happy I ran across this am definitely talking to my parents about this
Sashaofthesea (1 year ago)
Ugh I live in a super backwater place where I see doctors and engineers everywhere I turn there's no scope for art! What do I do?
Ogdamastakilla (1 year ago)
I like ur artstyle
Jd Ck (1 year ago)
Starts at 2.50
Giselle collazo (1 year ago)
Hi happy, I have tried to submit my art to a cafe shop and an artist gallery, they didn't want them. Don't know what I am doing wrong. I don't understand it because many people say they love my art, but it's too expensive. I see others price their art at $1000 and above...
James Goodchap (1 year ago)
What a treat, nice meets talent meeting enchanting. Best kind of art right! Thanks for your excellent vids and tips Happy :)
Cat MeNot (1 year ago)
Video begins at 2:40 ...
condol heroes (1 year ago)
you are so beautiful!
adam hiley art (1 year ago)
thanks for the great advice :) I always look forward to your videos
hakanta crafter (1 year ago)
beautiful work Happy D. Atrist and some good advice
Tek Wilson (1 year ago)
I don't see a point to have a resume if you're working for yourself.
Dean Lambert (1 year ago)
Celine (1 year ago)
Your videos are so knowledgeable ! I love it ! please check out my Instagram if you have time, @lunaore I'm new ! thanks !
Wesade (1 year ago)
new subscriber
katrina koltes (1 year ago)
I am so inspired by your work! I'm a fantasy portrait artist too and teach online, but I'm just getting hooked on oils (I have used mostly watercolor and acrylics till now) and your videos are so inspiring and motivating! Thank you for all the advice and info you share, it's much appreciated by all of us ;)
Bianne (1 year ago)
You're my guru from now on QvQ good that You have a lots of videos, im gonna watch THEM ALL <3
loffeine (1 year ago)
I'm 13. let's see how it'll go, eh? ;)
maggie kozina (1 year ago)
gorgeous work!! and thank you for the great tips!!
Bridgette S (1 year ago)
Thank you very much! Very helpful!
buponki (1 year ago)
I haven't enjoyed your tips since i'm too busy enjoying your drawing
Clarie T (1 year ago)
Excellent! So informative in such a short amount of time. Love your style of work : )
Blu Phoenix (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for this video <3
Epiphany Johnson (1 year ago)
you are so pretty
Shefali chande (1 year ago)
thanx dear it really helpful 4 the artists..😘
Ana Aixa Aini (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for your videos i find them so inspiring and also enjoyable!! love u :3
TomHaroldArt (1 year ago)
Great video! I don't know if you picked the minimum number of portfolio pieces off the top of your head, but I've been told through one of my art marketing groups that 18-20 pieces is definitely the minimum for a portfolio. Interestingly, it seems that there's a mental shift with anyone viewing the portfolio, that they automatically consider you to be a "serious" artist if you have at least that many pieces, and this causes them to feel comfortable spending money on your art. Also, the final point about being an entrepreneur is great. I'm hearing that more and more, and I'm really liking this shift from the old thinking of waiting to be discovered, to one where you can take command of your own career and go out there and find work and collectors on your own. Plus, great that you mentioned the business side of things, as that winds up being about 50% of what working artists spend their time doing!
Vnixz Shrestha Artist (1 year ago)
Hey did you made your own website or did you paid for it? Also please do a video on how you record videos and how you edit them. Your videos are so smooth and relaxing.
LinkEX (1 year ago)
Actual title topic starts at 2:39. Here's the *TL;DW*: 1. (2:50) Acquire dedication to your skill. Create a decent reference portfolio in the process. 2. (3:30) Have a professional website for contact. 3. (3:50) Frequently post in social media for connecting with, and expanding your community 4. (4:20) Take baby steps. While unknown, look for local opportunities that are open and personal. 5. (5:50) Have an entrepreneur mindset. Being an artist alone won't do; learn your market.
DINO IDEAS (8 months ago)
LinkEX this should be in the decriptions of all list type videos..
Elli Maanpaa Art (1 year ago)
Yes please do a painting with this colour palette 🎨
Alyssa Carlisle (1 year ago)
ah goodness I love your channel. I love your art. I am not a beginner at all, but your works just give me inspiration. It's like the clear air at the end of the fog. This is getting so deep lol but they just inspire me and make me feel better. Ugh bless you girl.
Primeval Art (1 year ago)
This is amazing!
Vio_ M (1 year ago)
I'm quite young, (haven't graduated high school yet young) and I've just been thinking about commissions in general, but because of my age I'm quite conflicted over how to transfer money and ways to do it. I was thinking about PayPal as it is used quite often and seems to be a good option, but I'm wondering how it works and if it's worth it. Does anyone have any tips or ideas? I'd really appreciate it.
Sarah Munguia (1 year ago)
im only 13 and i probably wont need this advice for a long time-but i dont care!ima watch it anyways cauze your videos are freakin Awsome!!!!😆
zmorda messioui (1 year ago)
liked before actually viewing :D
Connie Freitas (1 year ago)
Hey there Happy, do you have a video that discusses how artists can find a theme to pursue in their work. I'm going through a block right now and that would be very helpfull. Thanks, :)
Mad Mush (1 year ago)
Ella Velyvis (1 year ago)
Your art is so amazing, I don't know how you do it. You're my favourite artist and you have done so many things for me and you have helped me improve in my art so much over the time I have been watching your videos, so I want to at least try to come up with a good idea for a video. I thought that maybe you could talk about the best art materials and techniques...? I don't know lol. ^-^
Paul Richmond (1 year ago)
Great advice, and I think it is awesome when artists are willing to share this kind of advice rather than keeping it to themselves. Kudos!
Adriana Konradova (1 year ago)
Wow!! She's so good at art I wanna learn how to draw like that 😍😍
electrabot (1 year ago)
ahh i look at your art and i feel ashamed of my work compared to yours... so bummed... 😭
Mihael Graham (1 year ago)
What an amazing and helpful video!! Watching you create is mesmerizing and your really helpful advices are the cherry on top! Thank you!
Ash Ortiz (1 year ago)
+Happy D. Artist This was EXTREMELY helpful. I just found you here and your craft is lovely. I adore this portrait.
Gr33nPrint (1 year ago)
just subbed, stay golden 😊
Joaquin Chacon (1 year ago)
Awesome tips! great video and great art! Follow me on instagram or facebook @viewfinderfx :)
Gary C (1 year ago)
This was a really interesting video. Thanks x
Neko Nyan (1 year ago)
Beautiful work XD I seriously need to up my artist game and thanks for the tips! I've got a feeling they'll help
JALAYNE ATKINS (1 year ago)
your artistic skills are a pleasure to watch. your work has such a delicate beauty that is spread out across the body of your work causing the entire piece to be pleasing to the eye with no one part stealing the show and disrupting the peaceful balance of its whole. I swear the calming effect of your work is palpable. it's like coming upon a beautiful and secret little niche in a huge, busy tourist garden and resting within it, unseen, uninterrupted and unaffected by the noisy world outside it's haven. a place where the eye and the soul both soak up the charming ambience whilst simultaneously dancing a happy little jig. Bravo my dear. you are blessed with an extra dose of artistic magic also your voice and the commentary you provide in your videos is easy to listen to and full of good advice.
Happy D. Artist (1 year ago)
JALAYNE ATKINS aww wow no one has described my work like this before! Thank you for your kind words and for your support ❤️
HOPIYEOL (1 year ago)
thank you😊
MaiWei (1 year ago)
Really useful advice. Cheers~
Hannuta (1 year ago)
My own little Gallery (Vernissage) starts in 2 weeks and I'm so happy about that:3 it's the first step for an artist to show others the own art. you are really fantastic by the way:3
Meredith Webb (1 year ago)
Thao Nguyen (1 year ago)
Can you make a tutorial on how to paint a flower pls
hodayaho (1 year ago)
great video! thank you 😃
shama 123 (1 year ago)
what paper do you use?
Martina Daurat (1 year ago)
amazing video! <3
Felicia Follum (1 year ago)
Thanks you for this! I love how you sell your prints too...My next art stop is to get a good shop on my website and become more organized with things like selling prints and producing prints. I see at an art fair once/year and I just got a solo show* into the biggest gallery in my city (the exhibition will be in February) which is a crazy challenge and huge blessing!!! I'm nervous and excited. Our city is 250,000 people so not a huge city but it's definitely the next step for me...I loved how much of what you talked about applies to artists every step of the way. They have two artists so I am the 2-d artist but the 3-d is a fundraiser so it's weird. Still working through how to word that :p
Lauren Brittain (1 year ago)
this was very interesting and helpful, your work is lovley :)
light lawliet (1 year ago)
Watched you print making v-log. What sort of printer do you use? And what do you think is better; getting prints at a printer shop or making them yourself? Your videos/advice are very inspiring by the way.
shams saab (1 year ago)
I love the art! Really useful tips too :)

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