Getting Started with the HART App
October 15, 2016 by hartapp in Dating an Artist 0 Comments

Here’s a short and sweet infographic quickly explaining the ins and outs of the app and how to get started using the world’s most creative dating app.

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An Artist’s Case
August 5, 2016 by hartapp in Dating an Artist 0 Comments

An Artist’s Case The Way It Is 1.Obsessive  2.Particular  3.Reclusive  4.Emotional  5.Strong-Willed My craft is my life. Comic Sans. Just don’t. It’s not green. It’s chartreuse. Yes, I need five minutes to choose the right Instagram filter before posting. My sketchbook is not for your eyes. Imagine me walking in on you examining your love handles/chest hair. Yes, I’m good with my hands. You know how most people collect coins or t-shirts? That’s me and pens. My ideal perfect date is an hour by myself and my pottery wheel. My appearance is an extension of my art. Deal with it. Bob Ross is not my hero.     Why Bother 1.Stories  2.Passion  3.Dreamer  4.Resourceful  5.Craving The world should be seen barefoot. Every day is an adventure. Listening is one of my greatest skills. Being a creative means I give great gifts. I always have fresh ideas for a date night. My free spirit means you can take me anywhere. I have high expectations for myself. I ask questions because I care. I thrive off of intelligent conversation and passionate touch. Messes make me feel at home.

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How to Use the Hart App
August 4, 2016 by hartapp in Dating an Artist 0 Comments

  Things to Know! 1) You will be asked to upload a photo from your phone’s camera file.  If you have created something artistic you have a photo of, that is something to post.  NO FACE PICTURES ALLOWED!  If you post a face photo or anything inappropriate, it will be removed (Provocative photos are allowed, just no outright nudity).  A photo of you from a distance, like you on a skateboard or in a boat is fine as long as your face is not the prominent image. 2) The 100% FREE Artist Level posts to the public gallery for three days.  That is plenty of time to collect critiques and make connections.  After three days, to change your post simply click on your canvas and you will be prompted to change it.  The Five Word addition is to catch the attention of other users and to give you even more opportunity to express yourself! 3) If you “like” a post in the Public Gallery, swipe right and a keyboard will prompt you to write and send the artist a critique.  There is a 20 word minimum because as a creative we believe you can say something of substance and articulate […]

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