About Might Could Studios
I think and talk about art making differently than most artists.
I believe most people begin learning to draw the wrong way. I don’t focus on “how-to” and technique. There’s plenty of that already on the internet. I focus on philosophy and mindset. I don’t want to teach you how to draw like I do, I want to teach you how to develop and discover the way you draw.
I believe everyone can draw, make art, and call themselves artists. Not just those who went to art school or make money from their art. If you make something—if you make art—you’re an artist.
I believe an artist’s unique style is their greatest asset. And I believe you can accelerate the path to finding your artistic style by setting up a drawing habit with your sketchbook.
The Pillars of Might Could.
I write weekly essays on creativity and art making for my email subscribers. These essays explore whatever obstacle or realization is going on in my own life, and are a way for me to process the struggles of making art as well as crystallize and share the solutions I’ve found work best.
I’ve lived in various small towns in my life, many of which did not have creative communities. Over the years I’ve realized how important it is to have a group of artists you can share the experience with. I’ve created two main art communities:
#MightCouldDrawToday, a free drawing challenge hosted on Instagram.
Might Could Studiomates, a private community for budding artists who want to learn, discover, and master their art. Right now, this community is only available to students enrolled in Sketchbook to Style.