AlexanderBeta
a year ago1,000+ Views
{AH} Are You Participating?
Well!?! Are you? There's 160 humans following this collection, so I hope that at least SOME of you are participating!

Great news!

It's not too late to start! We're only halfway through the month, so catching up to those who have already started won't be at all difficult! I know I keep saying this, and it sounds like I'm a broken record, but the only way this project will ever get off it's feet is by you guys participating!

We want your art!

It's true! I'd love to feature your artwork on the Artist Hours website! If you want you art to be displayed on the front page of the website, just send me an email with your digital artwork attached, or an email with a picture of your artwork attached! I'll make sure to put your name below the image, so viewers know who drew the masterpiece!

Forgot how it works?

Artist Hours works on a competitive point based system, designed to motivate users to practice. Players try to reach first place each month, by collecting more points than the other players. How do you collect points you ask? That is a very good question. If you keep scrolling down, you'll see a link to an hourglass, with levels on it. Print it off. When you practice for one hour, you receive ten points. Make sure to shade the hourglass as you practice! You probably noticed that there are also a bunch of boxes under a heading that says "TASKS". Tasks are little activities that you can complete, that will give you five points once you've finished the objective. Make sure to color in a task box each time you finish a task worth five points!  So now you've colored a few hourglass score sheets in, and you're not sure what you're suppose to do with them. That's easy enough to answer! You just need to submit your score sheets to me by midnight on the last day of the month. Each month everyone hands in their score sheets, and the scores reset to zero. You can hand in your score sheets to me by taking a clear picture of them, and emailing it to me (al3xanderbeta@gmail.com). If you have any questions about Artist Hours, make sure you just send me an email, and I'll be sure to get back to you as soon as I can!

So what are you waiting for?

Get drawing! Oh, and make sure to turn on notifications for this collection, so you can stay up to date on all the latest from Artist Hours! Artist Hours Website: http://ahz.yolasite.com/ Hourglass Printable: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ES-pXrZjZvE_Lvn75jR0CYz1gqmwG0Vy_rTqkbF23Fo/edit?usp=docslist_api
5 comments
I wanted to join earlier but I developed arthritis in the wrist of my dominant hand so I couldn't. Physical therapy just ended a week ago and I think I'm up for it now.
a year ago·Reply
Why not run a Facebook group dedicated to this? probably be easier to manage that way.
a year ago·Reply
@CyrusRahimi Glad you're getting better. :D And although it would be great to make a facebook group, I might develop this more, and turn it into a learning tool for schools. I'm not sure what it's like in America, but nearly every school in Canada has facebook blocked, unfortunately.
a year ago·Reply
@AlexanderBeta Maybe you could do both, or just use the FB group to host some of the submissions.
a year ago·Reply
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