Get more visibility so that your illustrations reach more audience, whatever your style
Instagram has its secrets and it is not every day that we can access them. Although many artists and influencers swear that it was enough to upload some videos to their networks to become a success, the truth is that there are techniques and ways of working that allow us to obtain greater visibility.
In these free classes you will be able to access the advice of experts who have managed to get the most out of the network and who are now using its popularity to make a profession of their passion. To watch each class, just click on its red title. Enjoy!
In this video lesson, which is part of the The Art of Sketching: Transform Your Doodles into Art course, Mattias Adolfsson addresses the issue of our work's promotion. The specialist explains that, although our social networks can be a personal diary about our creative process, it is also an excellent way to open a dialogue with our peers.
In this class taken from the Urban Sketching: Express Your World in a New Perspective course, Lapin addresses the topic of social media by recounting his personal experience. The artist not only talks about the Internet from his role as a content producer, but also from the place of consumer. He finally shows us a step by step guide on publishing.
There are very useful tools when it comes to designing our publications on Instagram and, even, to see what the final result of our feed will be months in advance. This video shows examples of different ways of working with long-term aesthetics. The class is part of the Creating an Illustration Portfolio on Instagram course, dictated by Sandra López, creator of PENCIL ILUSTRADORES.
The architect and illustrator Fernando Neyra Moreta analyzes what has worked for him when it comes to spreading his projects on Instagram: from the beginning of him sharing sketches of random works, to the conscious exploration of his style. Finally, the expert tells how he managed to get the first international orders from him little by little. This lesson is part of the Digital Illustration of Architectural Projects course.
Illustrator Alex de Marcos García explains those things that we all want to know: how the Instagram algorithm works, how to use the best hashtags and even how to decide the time of our publications. Among his advice are not to imitate others, to feel comfortable with our social network and not to mount unreal postures. Finally, Alex refers to the emergence of the figure of the illustrator-influencer. Do you want to know more? Check out his course, Pictorial Portraits Using Digital Techniques.
These lessons will be open only until January 25th, 2021. If after that date you want to see them again or access the rest of the content, you can do so by signing up for each course.