Lill on podcast!

I was interviewed by Brent Weaver of Ugurus.com about my Brand Storyboarding process.

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Three Things Drawing Club

How are you doing in these weird times?  Here in our corner of the Danish countryside, things don’t look that much different. The ducks are swimming in the lake, weeds are popping up from the earth, and the sky is blue. But. There are no plane-trails in the sky. I can’t remember a time in my life without white stripes…

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Excercise: Find your strengths

Good thing that happened yesterday: I found and listed my strengths. These are the 6 pillars that the LiLL Brand is built upon. Let’s call the last one… openness! Apart from being useful when finding your “Brand voice”, this excercise is also great because honestly thinking about what you are best at, what it is you really can contribute to…

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Alf Gørup Theilgaard

Grafisk facilitering på Odsherreds Gymnasium Ingrid Lill holdt en workshop, hvor vi (dvs. 50 gymnasielærere og 15 folkeskolelærere) blev sat i gang med at tegne. Grafisk facilitering via små tegninger på tavlen gav mening – der blev tegnet intenst og energisk hele lokalet rundt. Brugbart, bestemt! Der er i den efterfølgende tid set indtil flere tavler rundt om på skolen…

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Draw your Gloom.

Hi, thank you for stopping by.  I hope you managed to stay virus-free so far! These days I am going through a regular cold. Nothing dangerous, Just that my nose is running, I have a pounding headache, and feel sorry for myself. My activities shift between lying on the sofa watching Corona-news, drinking hot chocolate, and trying to work. I wanted…

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How to be productive

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Identity driven Goals – webinar replay

Do you have planned your 2020 goals yet? Try drawing them! I drew mine in last Tuesday’s Drawing Club webinar. I made them “identity-driven goals, which is an idea that comes from Seth Godin. I explain it in the webinar. Here you can see the full replay (partly sped up) and the feedback round. I put it into the “helpful templates” section of…

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New year, new decade, new adventures!

Let’s turn time back a few days to when I started writing this article. It is the 31. 12.2019. I am moving tables around instead of writing. My teenage son is going to have his new year’s party in my studio, and I have to make space for dancing. It looks like my new year’s post is going to be…

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Happy holidays … with random animal.

As you know, I am a visual storyteller, and creative by profession. To create a holiday illustration shouldn’t be a problem, right? Everybody is writing holiday greetings! But. I have been procrastinating for days. Time is running out, and impostor syndrome is creeping in… I try to draw Santa Claus in his sleigh. No. Much too complicated. It takes forever,…

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Business advice

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Open the door and connect the dots

  Again, I’m hopelessly behind with my todo list. Post more on social media. Write an email welcome series. Find a way to better describe my Big Picture sessions. Learn to write.
 I am currently taking a storytelling class. I’m also hopelessly behind with the lessons. Every day I spend long hours at my desk, and still, the days are…

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Illustration made Easy – Before and After

Check out my class. With live webinars every first tuesday of the month! Very hyggeligt.    

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How to make people buy from you

  I’m trying to learn as much as I can about business. It is not something that comes naturally to me. I’m an artist! I’m not supposed to think so much about business! (Maybe you can relate to this kind of thinking?) Well. After living quite some years I am slowly finding out that nobody else is going to do…

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Octopus, tomatoes and a volcano

We just came back from an all-too-short holiday in Sicily. It was wonderful, and so packed with hikes, sightseeing and Sicilian delicacies that I almost didn’t have time to draw. Here is a little sketch from  the beach of Taormina where Oskar ( the one with the red shorts) was greeted by a curious little octopus in the clear water.…

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Sketches from Brøderup Efterskole

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Schopenhauer sketched

                 

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Festival sketches

Here are some sketches from the famous Ekko festival in Tybjerglille Bakker, Denmark.                                  

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Wall of faces – light drawing at Næstved Street Festival

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Do you think it is scary to show up?

Do you find it difficult to show up and share your talents with the world? You might have the perspective wrong! I share some thoughts that made it easier for me to muster up the courage and become more visible. Tuesday webinar: Dream, draw, do! Next tuesday, January 29th at 8pm Danish time (check your timezone here )  I will …

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Re-invent yourself in the new year.

The nice thing about drawing is that it lets you try out new things without risk. Need a new identity? Take your pen and watercolor and try out how you want to show up in the new year!     Here is a picture how th drawings looked before I colored them on the iPad

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