I love having coffee with other artists, friends and a few sisters now and then. Getting together at a coffee shop is the perfect amount of time to get down to the important stuff fast since we are all darting off afterwards (extra caffeinated, mind you) to get even more stuff done!
Keeping that in mind, each Thursday at 3 pm (eastern US time), I go live on Facebook to bring some insight on what we might be dealing with in our creative businesses, industry news and interviews with insiders—all in the amount of time it takes to drink a hot beverage!
I also answer questions that pop up and we generally have a fine time with each other. I’d love for you to join us!
It’s live on my Ronnie Walter Biz Coach for Creatives Facebook page.
And if you’d like to catch up on previous “episodes” you can pop over to You Tube here and watch (don’t worry, they’re short)!
Looking specifically for the interviews? Here you go!
If you've been looking into licensing your art for more than five minutes, you know who Cherish Flieder is—and does she ever have some great ideas on managing multiple projects while taking care of yourself (apparently that's not impossible)!
Debi Sementelli is an amazing lettering artist and noted font designer (also my besty)! Debi not only gives us insight into the the biz part of fonts and lettering but some amazing insight into how to transition from one part of your life to the next while staying true to who you are.
Despite wonky internet and my "I'm almost over my laryngitis" voice, this interview with Abby Zweifel of Pomelo & Pomelo is chock-full of information especially for pattern designers and illustrators. Abby gives us a peak into what works for her and how she stays inspired.
Martha Collins is not only an incredible artist and teacher, she's also a "tell-it-like-it-is" supporter of artists who want to be in the biz for the long haul. She has some great advice for newbies as well as reminders to the more seasoned artists in the crowd. And did I mention she's a hoot?
Annie LaPoint is one of God's happiest people and she bubbles over talking about her journey from mom to artist and how she stayed true to her vision and purpose all along the way. Wonderful tips too!
BJ Lantz has been there—and back—so she knows a thing or two about adapting to market changes and following your passion. With tons of successful licensed art collections to her name, she brings lots of knowledge and perspective about how to stay relevant with your work