My creative bootcamp is over.
The journey of so many different emotions - I mean artwork - has come to an end:
I went cuckoo in February.
March made me eat a lot of jell-o.
During May I realized that I really don't like to meditate.
I went whale watching in June.
And July was tea time.
As you all know I am talking about the 'Make Art That Sells Bootcamp' course by Lilla Rogers, one of the top licensing agents in the world. 400+ artists created with me a piece of art to different topics every month.
I signed up for the bootcamp because I wanted to get to know Lilla & her way of teaching, before I spend a significant amount of money on her popular MATS A+B classes. And of course I thought it would be a fantastic chance to create new portfolio pieces.
I expected to not learn that much, since there wouldn't be personal feedback, but I'll get professional creative briefs to make fresh art.
But I couldn't have been more wrong.
Yes, I got professional briefs and yes, I created new portfolio pieces. BUT so much more has happened: I became part of a wonderful, kind, inspiring & very creative community.
AND I've learned incredibly much about me, my art & my process.
I've been struggling for a very long time with how to combine the different mediums that I use. I always felt like I'm doing so many things but there's no common ground and they aren't connected. Each style stands for itself. But now I found a way. And that makes me very happy :)
I totally resonated with Lilla's teaching style - From the very first introduction video I was hooked - incredibly motivated, excited and inspired! I can't emphasize enough how worth taking the bootcamp was to me!
I very very highly recommend taking any of Lilla's classes – It will bring your work to the next level!
Below my submissions in the order of creation: