Well, I've finally gotten around to offering up one of my artworks as a print
YAY (I think
) It's a big step forward and it's yet to be approved, but it's a start, eh?
Quite a nerve-wracking experience for me if I might say so. I guess I keep expecting whoever buy's it to come back saying it's crap or something and that they want their money back
My other problem is that I'm pretty limited in my print sizes. I know this comes back to my file size. I'm not sure what is a good size to work with to ensure that I get a good range of print sizes. What size does everyone else use or recommend using?
**EDITED to add: Forgot to ask - When it comes to requesting print permission, what do you do if you only hear back from, say, 4 out of 5 of your stock providers. Do you go ahead, thinking majority rules or wait around until you have heard back from the fifth stockist? It's a nuisance having to wait around but I understand that not everyone has the time to be on DA day in and day out. AND I totally respect the stockists rules, but I guess it just kinda holds up the process. Anyway, would be interested in your thoughts on this?
Not much else happening really. I'm trying to get a bit of a portfolio happening so I'm spending quite a bit of time at the computer. Been playing around trying to create some stamps too, which is a bit of fun
Might do another feature soon, so keep your eyes peeled
Not much to report, really. Just thought I'd share some incredible work by some very talented artists
I owe so much to this incredible artist.
introduced me to the world of photomanipulation. Not only is Ren an incredible artist, she is also a very talented photographer AND Beader. Go and check out her stunning gallery.
I always find myself coming back to
's incredible array of brushes. Go check them out!