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  • 3 Tips To Champion Self-Belief As A Freelancer

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    Self-belief is the most important aspect of being a freelancer. There, I said it. Let me explain; With freelancing, most of the time it’s only you that makes things happen. You are an individual, and you need every bit of self-belief to make sure you don’t give up. Especially if you work from home, and...

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    Travel Sketchbook Art: August – September 2018

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    After what seemed to go by extremely quickly, I am now back in the UK from my year long travels with my younger brother – and what an experience it has been! Cannot believe a year has passed, starting in Thailand, traveling to Laos, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Singapore, Cambodia and...

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    How To Draw More When You’re Struggling For Time

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    Hi guys! Hope you’re having a fantastic week! I’ve recently added some new elements to my website, including my very own fine art section, showcasing everything from canvas paintings to original pieces of art. I’ve also updated this very blog, to give you the best content on illustration, design, freelancing, to business! My aim is...

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    Sizzling New Portrait Canvas Painting

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    Hey guys! I’m super happy to announce a brand new portrait canvas painting that I have produced recently; which I’ve been eager to show you all for a while! I love painting, whether that’s on watercolour paper, inside my sketchbook, or on canvas like today. I’m usually asked to produce landscape paintings, which makes up...

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    My Take On The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932

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    Hey guys! How’s your week going? I’ve been busy producing an illustrated map of New York City (which is brand new on my website), fine tuning my website and how it functions, and of course, painting and drawing a hell of a lot! I have been lucky enough to visit The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932...

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    Map Illustrator – New Illustrated Map Of New York City

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    Hey guys! Hope you’re having a great week so far! I’m settling back into UK life at the moment after my travels around Asia & Australia for the last 7 months. Myself and my younger brother are going back out there in a couple of weeks, traveling around Tasmania, New Zealand, Indonesia and Malaysia, before...

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    5 Habits That Can Be Ruining Your Creative Career (And How To Solve Them)

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    Are you a creative? Do you desire a successful creative career? Following from my previous blog post about self belief, and why it’s important for any freelancer, creative or business owner, I wanted to touch on the numerous ways you can be ruining your creative career… Sorry to be blunt, but it’s true! (As I...

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    The Traveling Sketchbook: November – February 2018

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    It’s been a busy few weeks and months for myself and my brother, as we have been traveling since September 2017 through Asia (Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Tokyo all the way down Eastern Australia), and have finally resided in Sydney for a year! We are well and truly the other side of the world,...

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    Wales Map Illustration

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    Hey guys! How is everyone doing? It’s been a busy few months for me, as I’ve been traveling with my brother around South East Asia and Australia (I’m still available for freelance work though!). Away from traveling, I’m excited to show a new illustration commission; an Wales map illustration that I was asked to produce...

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    An Ironic Post – My Take On The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

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    This is probably one of my most ironic blog posts yet, since it’s currently Winter! I drafted this post a few months ago, and simply forgot to publish it (would of been so much better during the Summer!) I wanted to write a blog post after my visit to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition this...

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