Face painting is one of our specialties, and sometimes it's a great and parent-friendly option for a child's costume. With that in mind, we thought it would be nice to share a few tips and tricks for the adults to use to keep costs down, cleanup limited and easy, and be a Halloween hero to your child!
Can you imagine a grumpy Santa? All parodies aside, the two don't (or shouldn't) match. Now extrapolate that into a grumpy artist - true, there are some, but should there...
Is there really a benefit to "less?" If you consider human nature, then absolutely!
Doing what you promised and doing your best is the most important thing if you want to serve a client. If the client is happy, then we ARE the best
It's common sense - be nice to people and they hire you more. If we turn the disconcerting experience into a show, entertaining, and draw someone in a way that DOESN'T exacerbate their insecurities, it's in our best interests to do so - "loose portrait" is the result.
Why do you insist on staying in character?
What is a creative to do in this environment? How do you distinguish yourself in this dichotomy while at the same time convince potential clients of your trustworthiness?
Is your attendance down? If you were you, would you attend your event?
Pun intended! This article is about one thing every business person, entrepreneur, sales person and just about any creative fears:
Is it just me, or does the idea of getting a discount on an artist or actor seem very, VERY wrong?
The right resource will be more focused on service than on the budget.
What do you mean by that?