I’m churning out pic after pic for the upcoming anthrocon. I’ve got a few lines of cute animals you’ll start seeing posted in a few weeks. Here’s a sneak peek. They’re line Art here but eventually they’ll be all copic markers and smiles.
Btw still have open commission spots. Quick turn around and free shipping for any commission.
I have found myself drawing the things I can no longer eat on my low carb diet. Not sure it’s uber helpful but it’s been oddly helpful for me.
I used to think drawing a pic of food would just make me want that food but not so much now. You?
Well, ordering in high quality art prints has so far been hit or miss. I have developed some layouts for printing, but I am waiting until my test orders are completely resolved before doling out too much. At least one of the papers is way too much texture compared to the originals… but that is sort of expected.
While that resolves I have been playing around with printing from home. Since archival inks are easy to get now, it is just the paper which requires some finesse in locating. Certainly putting uncoated paper into the inkjet did not yield results worth sales.
I did happen upon Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper while I was browsing for suggestions online.
While not the highest quality (they make a museum line) it has about a 60 year lifespan (compared to 150) with the usual caveats about not placing it in direct sun unprotected. The inks supposedly are good for the same amount of time, so it should work out fine.
- There is just enough texture to keep you from feeling it is “computer paper”
- The paper is a nice bright white
- It is heavy enough to keep from flopping around
- It is reasonably priced.
It is nearly impossible to tell what side to print. It says to print on the whiter side, but they are so close that it is impossible to tell them apart. You honestly have to get close enough to see the texture and go for the smoother side. Apparently they used to have their logo on the back, but people objected… well, I hope they enjoy the wasted paper as much as I did when starting with it.
Anyway, if you have something that can print on this rather heavy paper. I can highly recommend it. Hopefully future customers will agree.
My husband frequently helps me fix pieces and tells me when to move on. He also looks through my book and tells me when to revisit. While I’ve been off my day job I’ve done lots of doodles but kind of viewed them as mostly crap. He pulled out 4 pieces for me to revisit and labeled some changes for me to make. I’ve fixed one of them.
This is red panda eating ice cream.
this young eleven queen tests the weight of her magic Danish Axe.