Friday, September 28, 2012
Happy Friday! I hope everyone has a great weekend! I have a new "Lady Painting" and a WIP painting to share. The Lady is, "Madeline" with her cat...who has no name.
The WIP will, hopefully, be finished next week. In the second WIP photo... You can see my help, "Rudy Farcus", coming to work. He doesn't look very excited; however, he does a good job keeping me company while I paint.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
"Nibblefest"! "I have two NEW paintings, and one recent painting, to list after 4pm today. I joined a wonderful group of Artists who call their group, "Nibblefest". They have a different theme every month, and list the themed paintings on eBay, with a starting bid of .99. The auctions start on the 20th and end on the 27th. There's, also, a contest each month! The Artist that receives the most bids, and the Artist that sells their piece for the most money win an award! I can't wait; it's going to be fun! The theme for this month is..."CATS"!
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Here is the link
"Fuzzy", and three of my other paintings are in the running!
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Friday, September 7, 2012
Animal Print Background Business Cards
Pros: Easy to use, Good Quality, reasonable price
Best Uses: Making Custom Cards
I like this site because I can use my artwork to design custom business cards for my business. The site is easy to use and affordable. Only down side I have found is if you are not aware that your image is too dark, they print the cards anyway. So, you need to make sure you have a good image. Also, the better quality paper is worth the money. The cards look much better using higher quality paper.
My Custom Business Card
Tags: Picture of Product, Using Product, Made with Product, Custom Business Card
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Next I used Matte Medium and glued torn pages, from my old French Novel, to the background for texture.
So, "Ellie" has a Payne's Gray background. You can still see the texture, and I think she pops more with a darker background. She is now wired, and hanging at the bank for a while.