This month, my goal is to do a Skillshare* course (or part of a course) every day, and blog about it.
Today’s course: continuing Find Your Style: Five Exercises to Unlock Your Creative Identity, taught by Andy J. Pizza
Exercise two: finding my patterns. We’re gonna analyze my Pinterest boards. Yikes.
Wait – so I kind of did this already while I was making the boards. Like, this is just being thoughtful. Was I not supposed to make thoughtful choices – was it supposed to be more brainstorm-y? Confused. But let’s see where this goes.
“Style is making work that makes you feel like you’re at home.”
Oh, now I gotta make a master board. Hmmm. I’m at the end of a long work week and not sure I’m in the right headspace for Pinteresting right now. So I’m going to put in a pin in that and noodle around with it in the morning.
Put a pin in it.
That’s it for today. Back to tomorrow for exercise three and maybe more!
*”Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creative and curious people, on topics including illustration, design, photography, video, freelancing, and more.” They’ve got classes in everything from art to baking to productivity to gardening to trumpet (I will not subject you to my efforts to relearn the trumpet). Classes range from 20m to a few hours, but even the longer ones are broken into bite-sized chunks. It’s pretty cool.
If you decide you want to sign up and you like me enough to give me a free month, too, here’s my referral link.
This project is in no way endorsed, sponsored, or paid for by Skillshare (afaik, they don’t even know about it).