——–H A P P Y N E W Y E A R——–
I wish you all a Fantastic New Year ahead. May this New Year bring you Health, Happiness, and Joy.
It’s 2014 already 🙂 For me 2013 was a tough year laced with many tough decisions, and I am glad that it’s over.
Here’s a short list of Resolutions that I intend to keep come what may.
1. Publish “Evolution of a Caricaturist – How to Draw Caricatures.” The book is almost final and I am working on its cover. If you’ve got an e-Reader (Kindle, an iOS device, or an Android device,) this book will become available for download from the Kindle eBook Store in about a week’s time. Yesterday the number of signups touched 100. Thanks so much for your interest in the book, please expect to hear from me in a couple of weeks. If you haven’t signed-up for the announcement yet, you can signup here.
2. Put all my illustrations for kids together and bring them you through my new blog Illustrations by Shafali. I am aiming at making a post a week on each of my blogs. (I can see that smirk on your face. I know that you think I can’t do it – and you want me to look at the past-trends – don’t you? I can and I will. You’ll see :-))
3. Create and publish a Monthly Newsletter called “Draw your Dreams” for the self-taught artists around the world. I’ll announce it before January end. While you don’t know what it is, but if you trust me enough to know that it would be something useful, you may want to read more about it and Signup for the Newsletter here.
4. Continue work on my next book, Evolution 2 – “Evolution of a Cartoonist – How to Draw Cartoons.” Half of the book is already written and sketched, but it still exists in the form of two notebooks. I need to enrich the chapters, make the drawings, and ensure that it doesn’t stray from its goal of providing real learning to the budding cartoonist. I hope to complete it by the end of July 2014, and I’ll keep you posted on its progress.
5. Find time to create some caricatures especially for this blog. Recently, most of my time is spent working on art-assignments, which doesn’t leave me with sufficient bandwidth to create drawings especially for this blog, but I intend to correct this trend.
6. Visit other magnificent blogs and make some new cyber-friends.
This long list is a tall order for this short caricaturist, but she hopes to keep her promises.
Thanks Anthony. I know I won’t be able to keep all the resolutions, but I’ll do my best 🙂
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Good luck with the resolutions! It never is really easy to keep them, but do your best!