Working as a freelancer can be difficult at times. In addition to managing our own projects, working on our own can lead us to times when assignments are conspicuous by their absence and we are seduced by the idea of taking a creative "vacation" when what we should do is take advantage of that moment to embark on in new projects.
The Spanish illustrator Emodíaz ( @emodiaz ) has created 10 tips for the unemployed illustrator in which he tells his own tips for those moments of Photo Retouching Service shortage of work for clients. 10 golden rules for the idle illustrator 1 This decalogue includes basic and extremely useful advice about necessary routines and vices (such as staying in pajamas all day) that we should avoid.
Laziness is the worst enemy of creativity and Emodíaz gives us some guidelines on how to combat it: "be curious", "learn new things", "experiment"... 10 golden rules for the idle illustrator 3 With his charismatic and caricatured style, Emodíaz entrusts his professional colleagues with a series of golden tips – which, although we don't know for sure, he has surely applied to himself on occasion – infallible to prevent moments of labor drought become a swamp of desolation.