Ep.129: Why you should welcome feedback for your art with Pernille Ørum

By Iva Mikles •  Updated: Mar 26, 2018 

Hey, guys! In this episode, I am chatting with Pernille Ørum, a freelance illustrator and character designer from Denmark. Her clients include Disney, Warner Bros, Mattel, and Nickelodeon. She was the lead character designer on DC Superhero Girls.

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Key Takeaways

“Drawing is hard work, but it’s also fun and rewarding, so if you can’t help it, just do it.”

“Show your work to somebody else as soon as you can and take in the criticism to progress fast”

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Special thanks to Pernille for joining me today. See you next time!

All artworks by Pernille Oerum, used with permission

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Iva Mikles
Hi, I am Iva (rhymes with “viva”). I am an artist, illustrator, teacher, and the founder of Art Side of Life™️. I've worked as a commercial artist since 2009. I believe that we are all creative in infinite numbers of ways so I’ve made it my mission to teach you everything I know, to contribute to waking up your creative genius.

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