Hey friends! My book Show Your Work! is making its way out in the world early — it’s on sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powell’s, and in several local bookstores.
To get an idea of what the book is about, check out this post: “10 Ways To Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered.”
It’s a beautiful book and it lists for only $12, but you can get it way cheaper if you shop around. Get your copy here.
Oh, and if you would, consider reblogging this post and helping me spread the word! I’d really appreciate it.
It just arrived last night, and I’ve started reading it today. I’ve read his first book, Steal Like An Artist, a few times (of many to come, I’m sure), and each time I get something new from it and add new highlights and notes.
My first highlight: “[…] amatuer—the enthusiast who pursues her work in the spirit of love (in French, the word means ‘lover’) […]” I’m an illustration amatuer—if money were not a consideration, what you see on this blog is what I’d choose to fill my days with. (Since money is a consideration, I’m following Austin’s advice from Steal: Keep Your Day Job.)
I know I’m getting a lot out of drawing daily and posting the results here, and I hope others can get something from it as well. I’m sure I’ll find more ways to share this love of drawing with others as I continue reading this book. I have a feeling it holds even more #fuel than Steal.
What are you an amateur of?