Very useful pro insights on being an artist in the the more broader context of life, that can spare us a lot of frustration and trouble. It is specially valuable because all the people here come from different backgrounds and family contexts. I'm ...
Very useful, precious tips for balancing work/life.
Although hip to the necessity of setting a schedule and prioritizing important things to get done, I found this helpful to listen to, to hear strategies on how these guys(and gal) w kids work things out on a day to day, set expectations and manage...
This was such a useful course. The advice that was given is the kind that I can immediately put into practice. Thanks for being candid about your struggles with time/family management and all of the tips for helpful tools and practices!
I took this webinar as my first 'course', it seemed like a good place to start to help you think through how to balance life and working as a creative. Lots of key points were given from both female and male perspectives on everything from routine...
Video full of honest sharing from everyday life. I appreciate it a lot, because I think this is a hot topic for almost everybody. Thanks to all!
This was my first course I chose to do when I just joined SVS. It is comforting to listen to like minded creatives discuss the challenges that come with our unique career structure (working from home, deadlines, time restrictions). I walk away fro...
Excellent detail into the work life balance of each of these creators. I'm especially please to hear input from a woman and fellow mother.
Solid, concise reminders and ideas to keep your life in balance, and to not be upset if every day doesn't go according to plan.
Thank you for all the great tips and advice but I want to esp. thank you for the pomodoro tip, many who work on the pc all day end up with injuries and i was looking for a software to do just that.
Great panel. Great content! Feel like a have few new tools in my belt. I'm technically a landscape designer working toward illustration. But, I've been working from home for 11 years and this has been eye-opening! Thanks!
About the instructor
For the last 19 years Jake has worked on everything from animated films to comics to picture books. For several years he worked for Reel FX and Blue Sky Studios on such projects as Horton Hears a Who, Rio, and Epic. He is the creator of the popular Inktober drawing challenge. Jake currently works as an illustrator and cartoonist on children's books and comics. He works out of his home studio in Utah.
HOSTED BY JAKE PARKER
WITH GUEST SARAH JANE WRIGHT
In this webinar, working illustrators Sarah Jane Wright, Will Terry and Jake Parker talk about their techniques for managing a demanding illustration business while making time for their families 😀 Learn about:
-Time management tips
-Why you shouldn’t do everything
-How to measure opportunity costs
-How to draw the line between professional and personal
-The art of disconnecting