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I signed up for the free version of ChatGPT. You can also sign up here.

Here is the article I read that inspired me to sign up. I’d been using it inside Notion while it was free. But they just started charging for it and I wanted to see if the free ChatGPT was any good. I started with a simple yet complex question. This is what it gave me. 🤓

How to find your signature style as an illustrator?

Finding your signature style as an illustrator can be a long and iterative process, but here are some steps you can take to help you discover and develop your own unique style:

  1. Explore different mediums and techniques: Experiment with a variety of mediums and techniques such as watercolors, markers, pencils, or digital illustration. This will help you find the medium that feels the most comfortable and natural to you.
  2. Gather inspiration: Look for inspiration in other artists’ work and various visual sources such as nature, fashion, architecture, or movies. Analyze different styles and techniques, and try to identify elements that appeal to you the most.
  3. Practice consistently: Dedicate time to practice and create new illustrations regularly. The more you practice, the more you will refine your style and develop a unique way of expressing your ideas.
  4. Analyze your own work: Reflect on your own work and analyze the elements that consistently appear in your illustrations. This may be a specific color palette, type of line work, or subject matter.
  5. Experiment with different styles: While it’s important to develop your own style, it’s also important to experiment with different styles to find what works best for you. Don’t be afraid to try new things and take risks in your illustrations.
  6. Be patient: Developing a signature style takes time, so be patient and enjoy the process of discovering and developing your own unique way of illustrating.

Remember that finding your signature style is not a one-time event, but rather an ongoing process of exploration and experimentation. Keep practicing and trying new things, and your style will continue to evolve and develop over time.

😳  So then I asked it a question that was purely creative. No facts could be spouted out from research on the web.

Help me name a surface pattern collection about native flowers and pollinators.

Here are some ideas for names of a surface pattern collection inspired by native flowers and pollinators:

  1. Fluttering Flora
  2. Pollinator’s Paradise
  3. Blooming Buzz
  4. Native Nectar
  5. Winged Wonders
  6. Flowering Friends
  7. Wildflower Waltz
  8. Bee Bountiful
  9. Flutterby Fields
  10. Buzzing Blooms

I hope these suggestions help inspire you to find the perfect name for your collection!

This time had another brainstorm list request, but about possible illustrations and motifs. 

What are some possible illustrations and motif about native pollinators and wildflowers of North America?

Sure, here are some potential illustration ideas related to native flowers of North America:

  1. A monarch butterfly on a milkweed flower
  2. A hummingbird sipping nectar from a columbine
  3. A bumblebee collecting pollen from a purple coneflower
  4. A goldfinch perched on a thistle seed head
  5. A bee visiting a black-eyed Susan
  6. A swallowtail butterfly on a wild bergamot flower
  7. A ruby-throated hummingbird on a cardinal flower
  8. A hummingbird moth hovering near a bee balm blossom
  9. A red admiral butterfly on a butterfly weed
  10. A hummingbird on a trumpet honeysuckle flower
  11. A bee on a wild indigo flower
  12. A painted lady butterfly on a blazing star
  13. A sphinx moth on a buttonbush flower
  14. A bee on a common milkweed blossom
  15. A swallowtail butterfly on a giant swallowtail flower

I hope these ideas help inspire your illustrations of North American native flowers!

This is interesting stuff and I can definitely see using it to help you start a new project or help when you’re stuck. 

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Hi, I'm Kerry
Hi, I'm Kerry

...of Curiously Designed. This blog documents my journey as I figure out how to finally pursue a long-held dream of being a working illustrator and designer.

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