Growing my Platform: Art and Writing

Growing my Platform: Art and Writing - student project

Growing my Platform: Art and Writing - image 1 - student project


Step 1: Establishing Your Voice.

  • Who am I?
    • I’m funny
    • My humor is very dark
    • I love to draw
    • I’m excitable
    • I make weird faces
  • What do I have to offer?
    • My opinion/experiences
    • My art/comics
    • My writing/experiences
  • Merge ‘em!
    • Funny faced characters, with witty dialogue and fun experiences that others will definitely want to know about.
    • I could talk about the books and comics I’m reading, the movies I’m watching, and my writing experiences.
    • I could offer advice on what to do and what not to do.
    • I could provide support videos for those who are feeling down.

Step 2: Create a content game plan.

  • Who:
    • Mostly women but both ages 18-40.
    • They like to read, watch movies, and have dreams of their own.
  • What: 2 Channel uploads a week 1 monthly pep-talk 1 quarterly announcement.
    • Review Monday: We’ll talk about a book or movie/show I’ve watched, break it down, rate it on approval, and enact something funny.
    • Art Thursdays: We’ll have a speedpaint or comic strip that’s somewhat animated sometimes, this includes things produced in class.
    • Beginning of Month Pep-Talk: We’ll go over all the good stuff and bad stuff that’s happened in my life, and how I deal with each one. As well as a little pep talk to let everyone know they can tackle the month ahead and whatever it is they want to do.
    • Quarterly Review and Announcement: I’ll announce all the things I intend to do for the next three months, as well as all the things I managed to do or not do. This can include sneak peeks at the content I’m creating.
    • Where:
      • YouTube, and a weekly Blog on Tumblr
    • When:
      • Monday & Thursday, 1st Wednesday of the Month, 1st Friday of the Month.
    • How:
      • Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler, Instagram, Twitch.