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April 28, 2016 | 24 Comments

Along with signing up for my monthly newsletters you might also like to  get every article via email so that you don’t have to manually visit the blog or rely on seeing it via Facebook or Instagram.

The every changing algorithms on various social media platforms means that you are never assured that you are seeing everything from someone you follow. This email subscription means it comes safely into your inbox every day I post an article here on the blog (Monday – Friday).


I know that it is often hard to keep up with all my articles so subscribing via email is a great way to make sure that you don’t miss out.

My big goal is that by sketching my life and sharing the experience on an (almost) daily basis, I will inspire you to pursue your own creative journey. Writing approx 5 times a week keeps me at it and I hope every article is a little prompt for you too.

Just to confirm: The ‘every article by email’ subscription is different from my monthly newsletter which is a monthly summary of news and links – exclusive content that I don’t share on the blog and also the first notifications of my workshops and online courses. This ‘every article by email’ subscription will send you an email containing the latest blog post in full, everyday I post – it goes out at 11pm Sydney time





  • Tonya says:

    I’ve been receiving these daily emails and love them–but what’s changed that I *don’t* love is that the subject line is now always just the plain vanilla: New Post from Liz Steel. I’d rather have it the way it used to be with a short topic up in the subject line

    I get it that people may skip over it unknowingly if they don’t realize it’s from you and when they’re just doing a wholesale email purge in the morning, but I think you could still have a consistent *word* in the subject line (like “Liz”?) in each so readers could do a quick visual search and spot the one from Liz, which of course we all want to read 😉 For example, this email’s subject line could have taken the post title and just added the words, “From Liz.” As in “From Liz: Don’t miss a single blog post!”

    I look forward to your posts because they’re far from boring and same old, same old. Don’t make the subject line monotonous in the emails, please!

    • Liz Steel says:

      Thanks Tonya. FeedBurner didn’t have that option but I have asked my IT guy if it is possible in the new system… So yes it is a wish of mine to have the post heading in the email subject line. Hope we can do it!

    • Liz Steel says:

      Hopefully it is fixed now for tonight’s mailout…..

      • AriZona Williams says:

        Thanks Tonya and Liz for addressing the subject line. It’ll work Liz! Thank you

  • Elsie Hickey-Wilson says:

    Love getting the daily emails and easily click on it to get to the blog. Thanks so much. You keep me inspired!

  • Nancy Bardos says:

    I don’t know how you do all that you do! But so glad you feel like doing it all! Your posts are so entertaining and informative and inspiring and I look forward to each and every one. Thank you, Liz, you are totally first class!

  • Sietske says:

    Lovely and inspiring blog. THANK YOU!! So happy i land on your blog. 🙂

  • Kathryn Kerr says:

    I just found your site through a friend of a friend, and I am so excited. I love your work and the format of your site. I look forward to your continued posts!

  • Carolyn Connell says:

    I look forward with excitement to your trip and hearing about your adventures and sketches!

  • Just found you, somehow, and really love your work! I’ve signed up for the blog subscription. Looking forward to it!

  • Angela says:

    You are my new favorite person. You do incredibly where I barely dabble. Signed up for the email alerts and your newsletter. Both of your sites are beautiful. Truly. Designed so well. The generosity with your content is a testament to your character. Well done. An amazing artist sincerely helping others see and reach their potential. Can’t wait to sign up for your Foundations class. That’s next on my list.

  • Can we have an RSS feed as well? I love your blog but don’t read email newsletters. Too distracting!

  • Joan von Weien says:

    Kathryn Kerr highly recommended your site to me, and to our painting class, and I thank her for the nudge! So easy to follow, and I like your sketching style, lettering, etc. I am always looking for pens that fit, and do beckon me!

  • Robert E Monson says:

    Just bought your 5 Minute Architecture book. Absolutely fabulous! I’ve read a lot about watercolor painting – urban sketching style. What I love about your book is that you cover many (most, all?) of the key points to keep in mind and practice that improve speed, quality and results. And your book puts it all together logically. Perhaps from your architectural days. You and Marc Taro Holmes are now my favorite artists and authors!!

    • Liz Steel says:

      Thank you Robert!!!!

    • Liz Steel says:

      Oh Robert – I am so pleased you enjoyed the book. Thanks for the kind words, and yes, my architectural training is a huge part of everything I do, and helped a lot putting the book together!

  • John Winters says:

    Hello Liz, and greetings from Flagstaff, AZ, USA! I’ve just discovered the world of sketching and art and have just finished your 5 Minute Architecture book. This is the book!!! I am so inspired and you’ve really helped me to feel that “I can do this!!”. I am so passionate about this, but dreadfully new and I’ve made marked progress with your tools and techniques you’ve so clearly explained. My biggest problem with the book is that I can’t finish a section without jumping up to run out and sketch! Thank you so much for all you do. Just so you know, the biggest issue that you’ve helped me to conquer is to just let go of the fear of failure, put pen to paper and make art for the shear joy of it. That’s a beautiful thing! Cheers!!

    • Liz Steel says:

      Hi John, thanks so much for the comment. Yes! you have to get over the fear of failure and just do it! All the best for your sketching journey

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