Ep 115 – 31 Ways to Share your Art on Social Media and Real Life

In today’s podcast, we are giving you 31 ideas of how to share your art on social media and in serious daily life! It is not always straightforward for us to locate new ways to share issues without getting repetitive, but you never normally just have to share your physical artwork. There are lots of various approaches you can interact your audience.

31 Ways to Share your Art on Social Media and Real Life

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Ask your followers for ideas

So 1 actually excellent spot to start is to question your followers for strategies of what to draw/paint next. I consider folks love to come to feel like they are aspect of the course of action, so permitting them to get associated in some way is a fantastic way of engaging with your audience.

Share the place you locate your inspiration

Some thing else you can do, is to share where by you obtain your inspiration – So as an case in point, I manufactured a brief online video of me exhibiting the crushed coke can that I practically threw in the bin, but then realised it would be charming to paint, so I talked about that. But be imaginative. I could share myself polishing off a bottle of wine ‘for investigate puposes’… Persons enjoy that things!

Photograph your workspace

This could be a distant watch or focussing on on some of your resources in your workspace.

Photograph or video oneself operating or around your art

You could do this in an above the shoulder kind of perspective or from in entrance of you. Check out an artist identified as Carmel Jenkin on Instagram for this, she is outstanding at shots and videos of herself with her do the job.

I although ago I attempted a tip from a different artist Andrea Ehrhardt (ep 86) who recommended photographing on your own in front of a plain track record holding or following to your art. You can batch do a load at at the time. If you work the exact same measurement you can also photograph your self with a blank canvas and photoshop your painting in later on.

Demonstrate close up depth of your perform

Demonstrate near up detail of your work on Social media and check with your audience to guess what it is. Or you could build a shorter shut up video of you portray a tiny spot. Men and women enjoy guessing online games and once more, it is a great way of obtaining your followers to interact with you.

You could also demonstrate your work in progress

I do this a fair bit on my instagram.

Share tricks or guidelines about your procedure

for occasion I like to use kiddie sponge brushes and I make my background faces by drawing with the dropper bottle top rated.

Share challenges you encounter and how you fix them

Communicate about your favorite products

Although you have acquired a piece of function on the go, consider the prospect to speak about your favorite art resources, it’s possible do a minimal demonstration or overview. These issues do not acquire a lot time if you’re previously functioning on anything, it is not like you have got to established some thing up.

Question your audience for feedback

You could even inquire your audience for responses – Is it concluded?

Generate a time-lapse of your process, from start off to complete

This is anything I quite significantly always do now. As nicely as getting fantastic for social media, it is also useful to seem back again and see how you attained an influence. I commenced off filming all my timelapses horizontal (or I tried out to shoot vertical and horizontal at the same time)but have now switched to vertical as I am locating that performs better for instagram and is high-quality for Twitter and Fb too.

Check with your audience—What’s the tale behind this piece… Or, what’s the caption?

Eva Falck-Wall Simpson does this at times. She results in a drawing of individuals which starts off as random strains and then asks people to appear up with a tale

You could ask for suggestions for a title for your hottest piece

I necessarily mean I wouldn’t do this personally, mainly because I enjoy coming up with titles but I know there are a great deal of artists out there that never enjoy that.

Inquire your viewers to vote on a frame

Question your viewers to vote on a body, making use of one of these mock-up applications. And those people applications are a amazing way to show your audience how your artwork might glance framed on a wall.

Produce a easy tutorial

This could be as straightforward as exhibiting the substance in your hand with a bit of text and then displaying how you use it.

Share toss-backs

There is something identified as Throwback Thursday on Instagram and this is a great time to show off some of your older artwork that you like.

Post the very same piece of artwork in attention-grabbing approaches

Put up the exact same piece of artwork in appealing strategies. It does not always have to be a monotonous experience on cropped shot… I have witnessed some attractive illustrations of this on instagram… You could present your get the job done on it’s easel or with your art tools… You could present it propped on a dressed surface… maybe with a plant, a cup of espresso and some fairy lights… You could be holding the piece… be imaginative!

Share how very best to hold and display screen artwork in your property

A further detail you could do is share how greatest to dangle and display screen artwork in your home…. It’s normally fantastic if you can show your piece displayed in a real atmosphere.

Chat about your favourite e-book

You could movie you flicking by some webpages or photograph a several pages of your favorite artwork book and speak over the top.

Chat about the artists who inspire you

You could make a write-up conversing about the artists who encourage you. Perhaps you could share some of their art and tag them in the post

Share your possess favourite piece and discuss about why you like it

It’s possible there’s a tale guiding it you could share.

Share what you do when you are not creating

It does not always have to be about the art. Men and women like to get to know the artist way too. Possibly a clip of you walking your canine and using a split from the easel.. I not too long ago made a video clip of myself cleansing my art studio!

Do a Fb Dwell Q & A

Now I am not fairly sure if I am brave ample for this but, what about you Sandra?

I do like a thing that Anna Zubarev does which is to talk artwork with an additional artist are living on Instagram when they are both equally generating artwork.

Accumulate testimonies

Acquire testimonials about your artwork and share them to Social Media

Share you packing course of action

You could share you packing process… anything I want I had done when I was packing my painting to send to London.

You could give assistance on how to treatment for an artwork

You could share studio ideas

How you clean your brushes, for instance.

Be susceptible about your process and your daily life as an artist

You could speak about the issues that have gone incorrect or how you are emotion if you are owning a slump.

Request to cling yout art in a regional gallery or coffee store

And it doesn’t have to be all about social media. Inquire to hang your operate in area cafes, pubs or gallery’s. Just make positive you trust them to glimpse ater it!

Have an artist’s newsletter

Another issue you can do is to have a publication that folks can indicator up for. Which is a wonderful way of preserving people updated on on new work and reminding individuals that you are nevertheless generating artwork!

Just start sharing…

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