Kahn is my most influential Villain.

Whereas Ripley is my ultimate Hero.

Now, who defines a Hero more than an equally great Villain?

I was born in the 70s;

Defined myself as an 80s child;

Lived through MTV and Much Music in the 90s;

Branched out into the world of business in the 2000s;

Earned my scars... then triumphantly returned in the 2010s;

Amassed all my skills from the school of hard knocks in the 2020s.



Does the following sound familiar to you?

I believe I know some things about you and your current situation...

I know you're a digital artist who dreams of becoming a famous independent artist.

Currently, you're focused on creating beautiful art and earning artistic recognition and acknowledgement, right?

So, let me ask you a question...

Would you be ecstatic if you could find artistic inspiration, create better artwork, and gain more exposure?

Because if you could do those things, ultimately, that would mean you could be financially stable and work independently! (Which would be amazing!)

Unfortunately, I also get the sense there are some roadblocks for you here, including figuring out how to:

•  Eliminate procrastination;

•  Gain more respect and apperception above all the other artists in the same niche; and

•  Focus his creative energy into something beautiful to invoke feelings into his patrons.

Sound familiar?

Another thing...

Are you also really frustrated by the fact that there is too much competition on all of the popular social media platforms to be seen, other artists who are not as talented or as smart seem to get more exposure and make more money, and none of the experts agree on exactly what you should do to attract better paying clients?

Plus, do you constantly ask yourself these questions about how to move forward?:

•  How do I build a real business around my artwork?

•  How do I turn my artistic obsession that costs me money into a full-time stream of income?

•  How do I use social media to help me get better paying gigs, sell more artwork and get recognized?

One last question...

Do you ever find yourself thinking "You already need to have great connections within the artistic community to make great deals." or "He is already too late to begin drawing professionally with any hopes of ever selling his artwork." or "Social media just sucks up time and money on ads that do not produce any tangible results?"

I know I did!

And finally, to make matters even worse, sometimes (no matter what you do) it just plain feels like internet trolls are actively going out of their way to sabotage your success when you are already trying to create beautiful art and earn artistic acknowledgement and recognition.

Well let me tell you, I know exactly how you feel because I've been there myself... more than once!

When all is said and done, my guess is you really just want to live the life of a successful, professional Digital Artist, make a difference and an impact in the art world, and live free and work anywhere there is a connection to the internet. Yes?

If this sounds at all like you...

I'd like to invite you to check out my daily drawing warm-up videos, Daily Drawing Warmups, on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook so you can prepare your mind and body for inspiration and clarity by loosing up your muscles, correct your posture, reduce drawing fatigue, improve your range of motion and increase overall productivity (without anxiety coupled with imposter syndrome due to inconsistent income or unpredictable work because of creative block and self-doubt).

If you want to get into the right mindset to begin your day to create beautiful art, eliminate creative block by getting your arms, wrists, hands and fingers moving to the beat of the music while drawing simple shapes, and eradicate anxiety and stress all artists feel when staring at a blank canvas in as little as 30-minutes to 30-days... then Daily Drawing Warmups is definitely for you.

If this at any point has really spoken to you, you need to come join us for our Daily Drawing Warmups!


This daily drawing routine makes it easy for you to get into the positive routine of beginning and completing drawing exercises fast, quickly discover through creative drawing how you are going to set yourself apart from every other artist in your niche, and become a more proficient artisan in your craft who can ultimately attract the right patron that understands your style and can feel the emotion from your artistic pieces either in digital form or elsewhere resulting in the probability of more of your pieces being sold and attracting more desirable commission work for you.

Bottom Line:
I promise to show you how you can: "Kill Procrastination and Kick-Start Your Mojo" by participating with our Daily Digital Drawing Warm-Ups so consider this your formal invitation to come join us today!