When you panic that you've made a crazy life choice, hold your nerve.
When you're convinced that you're not good enough, hold your nerve.
When you feel guilty for not working 9 to 5, when someone asks you entirely the wrong question, when you're not where you want to be, hold your nerve.
Time-lapse video is easier to shoot than ever before. Bring your art to life and make YouTube your gallery.
In October I took part in InkTober. Founded by artist Jake Parker, InkTober is a free online event during which artists all over the world create 31 ink drawings in 31 days. Then share them on social media with the hashtag #inktober.
I searched for #inktober on Twitter. It brought up numerous brilliant and intricate ink drawings by wonderful artists. Intimidating. Or at least it could have been, had I decided to compete with them. I hadn't. I'd decided to do the opposite...
The Ashmolean Mummy Boy 3 (lying on his back), by Angela Palmer (2011).
This is an ink drawing on 111 sheets of glass. It's based on CT scans of the mummy of a young boy, which lies next to this artwork in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
I was stunned when I saw this. I'll tell you why...