I’m doing my own stuff so I should be good, but…
You should try harder. You already have some talent.
I don’t even think I’ll ever be good.
You’re the type to get discouraged in the first place.
Do you want to help others be good, or do you just want to be noticed?
Just to be noticed…
…I just want to be noticed. I want to get better.
I want to improve. I want to create an image that people want to see.
So it’s just me sitting here and trying to do my best to make something really good.
I have people telling me they think the image made them look better.
They said that that image made them feel better about things.
I don’t know that anyone wants a million different types to fit into any type of body, but maybe a certain image will bring out the best in someone.
I’m not a fan of trying to be everyone’s perfect image, because it’ll be boring.
That’s why this site is like a mirror with my type, and my thoughts on what people should be doing.
If I can’t understand something and that image of me can make it easier, then I don’t care because that’s just me.
Maybe they can’t understand it, but people have to understand it too, so I guess I shouldn’t try to explain it to you.
Because if you can see what I see then you’ll have a little more perspective on it, and hopefully, you’ll be ready to make it happen.
How do I start?
There are quite a few ways to reach out!
I’d encourage people here to tweet this article to anyone they think would benefit from it.
And I’d highly recommend that people visit my website to learn how to make an image for themselves or their loved ones.
Just remember to add an attribution to the image.
I’ll see it all. I’ll talk to these people.
And when you’re done helping people, you could have a few nice articles on your website of your own.
I hope you’re ready to try out image making. I’d love to hear your opinions.
Let’s talk about what’s next…
Image Making 101 – 8 Ways To Be A Self-Promoting Artist
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