Drawing plan 72: Additional Time. Idea Generation. Keywords.

Indian Falls

Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 72, I was thinking of taking one of the weekends off for my daily blogging. Also, it is an additional day to my already Tuesday and Friday hands-off blogging days. I want to do it because I feel like I’m not connecting well enough with the art community, so I need to change my strategy. Also, I want to make my blog more successful, but I can’t do that if I don’t know how to do that. Therefore, I need additional time, and I think you won’t mind if I take another day for the drawing plan 72, right?

Timelapse of Prompts for IINYC Chicken, Harvest Moon, and Sweater Weather

Yesterday, for the drawing plan 72, Imaginative Illustrators met at 4 pm over Zoom, and I need to get better at concept art. Our host Michael had chosen sweater weather, harvest moon, and ghost hunter or chicken. While continuing my creative process from Wednesday, my mind started remembering Trent Kaniuga, so I put his videos in the background as I started drawing. While illustrating, I noticed that my process was becoming static, so I need to find a way to keep inventing. For example, I dont think I gave myself enough time to think through what story I want to tell in my drawing. Therefore, I need to do some research in idea generation for the drawing plan 72. 

drawing plan 72 Geodes and Chicken Rock on a road
Prompts for IINYC Chicken, Harvest Moon, and Sweater Weather

Drawing Plan 72

While writing the drawing plan 72, I’m disgusted with the way I use the keywords. Also, I want to make my topic natural and exciting, so it doesn’t feel forced. Besides, I’m getting bored of using the long keywords. As a result, I went on Google and searched for the best way to enumerate blog posts. However, to my surprise, I didn’t find my answer. Therefore, I need to find a better to name my blog posts for the drawing plan 72. 

Interestingly, I found another article called “The Ultimate Guide to Writing Blog Posts That Rank in Google’s Top 10.” I love the piece, especially the part where it says, spend 20% writing and 80% marketing. In other words, you spend all that time writing it, don’t keep writing more, tell people about it, and interact with the community. It looks interesting, and I will surely go through it, but I feel stuck, and I don’t want to stop organically blogging the drawing plan 72. 

Finish Line

Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Indian Falls. Also, I will leave you with a question in the comments, go ahead and try to answer it. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 72, a few related articles might interest you.

How do you speed up your thinking process?

Go ahead and try to answer the question in the comments.
Indian Falls
Indian Falls

Published by Vyacheslav Kantor

Striving to Become a Professional Artist.

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