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Posting Opus Daily Practice Submissions
So you’ve practiced and taken an image of your artwork – but now what do you do? Share your work with other participants!
There are 3 social media platforms you can choose to post your Opus Daily Practice Challenge pieces to:
Posting to any of these platforms allows you to share your daily posts, connecting you with other participants.
Note: If you’d prefer not to use your personal Facebook profile to post your artwork to maintain some anonymity, both Instagram and Twitter allow you to use any username you'd like (ie. you don't have to use your real name).
You’ll need a mobile device to post to Instagram (either a smartphone or a tablet). Create your account and ensure it is set to Public (while logged into Instagram, select your Profile, select Options, then ensure "Private Account" is set to off). Then post your images daily with the hashtag #opusdailypractice and @opusartsupplies in the comments.
You can post to Twitter either via your computer or mobile device. Create your account and ensure it is set to Public (log into your profile, select Settings, then Security and Privacy, and ensure "Protect my Tweets" is not checked). Then post your images daily with the hashtag #opusdailypractice in the comments.
Each day, we'll post a prompt on the Opus Facebook Page; post a photo of your daily practice piece as a comment on that post.
If you’d prefer not to use any social media, we still encourage you to take part in the challenge! The social media aspect of it allows participant the ability to connect with their creative community and share the experience, but it’s also a personal challenge that everyone can take part in.
Enjoy the week and remember to Just Practice!