Ugly This wonderful Poem was written on the wall for my painting Ugly on Redbubble , recently featured in their explore section.
I have the software, the knowledge, I just don’t have any excuses. my facebook page is going really strong, it could use some videos, some more images (must paint must paint) and a nice branded landing page. something to entice. that’s next weeks project. as far as redesigning my webpage goes, I’ve been using iweb with some haxies to create my page, and it’s good, it’s certainly easy and it doesn’t distract me with fun code to play with, but I need to step it up a bit.
I’ve been a platinum member for almost two years now. not as long as many but when I realized what a huge boon to my work Daz Studio was (and when they released Daz Studio advanced) I decided to take the leap. at first it was monthly, but last year when I got caught up in the October festivities I took out an annual membership and have never looked back!
Arched – 7×5 oils on canvas by Jennie Rosenbaum I’ve been working hard on updating my new pro account at artfire . adding new artworks , updating a blog there with tips, feeding the new stuff to twitter and then wash, rinsing and repeating. some of my descriptions have become a little stale so I am revamping some of them and trying to make these pieces pop.
I am so honored that my work has inspired this beautiful poem. to read the full piece, fully illustrated throughout with my works please visit here for more works by Phantomimic you can view his scribd page at http://www.scribd.com/Phantomimic or follow him on twitter
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Stretch – 12×10 Oils on Canvas by Jennie Rosenbaum Artist Tracy Helgeson has put together a blog showcasing artists who are selling their work online. Things like this are so helpful in this market, where luxuries such as art are hit hardest. check it out here : http://thefineartdepartment.blogspot.com/ what am I doing with the market…