When a visitor stops by your creator profile, they want to learn more about you. ETChster helps you make all of your creations a part of your story as well, so be sure to write strong descriptions on your public creations.
If you are feeling stuck about what to write, try answering some of the following questions…
What Started You On Your Creative Path?
Your answer to this might start during your childhood. Did a particular person or event inspire you to begin creating?
Did you follow a different path and switch over to a more creative lifestyle later in life?
How Did You Develop Your Style?
Did you have mentors or were you inspired by other creators?
Did you study formally? If so, where?
Have you had previous styles?
Did you learn by practice or did your style simply manifest itself?
Have you been compared to other creators?
How do you decide the subject of each piece?
Do your pieces have a message?
What Mediums Do You Prefer?
What mediums do you currently work with? Have you tried others in the past?
Have you ever developed a new medium?
If you have work for sale, what mediums and dimensions are common for you?
Are you open to trying new mediums?
Where Can You & Your Work Be Found?
ETChster makes it easy to show where your public work can be found, so be sure to keep your map pins current.
Besides that, where have you lived and where do you currently live? Have those locations inspired you?
Would you like to have your work featured somewhere that it isn’t currently?
If someone wanted to spend an afternoon looking at your work, where would be the best place to do that?
What Else Are You Up To?
Are you constantly traveling? If so, where?
Do you study or teach? If so, where and what?
What other hobbies do you have?
What is your family like?
What languages do you speak?
What are you currently reading?
Are you involved with any causes?
Tying It All Together
Once you’ve answered some of the questions above, look over your answers and put them into a narrative.
The goal of your Creator Profile is to give your fans a way to connect with your story. When they buy your work, they’re buying a piece of that story and also getting the satisfaction of supporting you. Have you told them what story they’re buying into?