I developed some prints…

I started with just a few, because I wanted to see the quality of them translated on paper before I spent an exorbitant amount of money. I couldn’t have been happier with the results. I ordered them on matte paper, which is more expensive but has such a unique physical feel to them (every personContinue reading “I developed some prints…”

“Manager Spotlight”

I was recently “asked” to be the next Bakery Manager Spotlight in a small newsletter for the company I work for. I say “asked” because it didn’t seem much like a request. Anyone who knows me is well aware I dislike personally being in the spotlight and that it makes me extremely uncomfortable. While IContinue reading ““Manager Spotlight””

Finally overcame my artist’s block…

And while doing so I finished a piece in four hours, which is a record for me (not intentional, but just a happily ironic accident).. While in the past I’ve posted all finished pieces in their entirety on my various social media accounts, I’m trying to create incentive to subscribe to my Patreon… I haveContinue reading “Finally overcame my artist’s block…”

Every time I complete something I am profoundly proud of, I order a canvas.

I don’t know how other digital artists cope with having a completed piece entirely dependent on technology, but I enjoy to be able to hold the artwork I’ve spent so many hours on, and also to have the ability to display it in my home. And so, my latest completed piece, which I immediately orderedContinue reading “Every time I complete something I am profoundly proud of, I order a canvas.”

I am Not a Doll

It’s difficult as an aspiring artist looking to eventually make a profit off of your finished works, particularly when doing so on a digital platform, to showcase what you make. “Hey! I made this! I’m proud of it! It looks super nice, let me post it for you!” Also, “Hey! I made this! I’m proudContinue reading “I am Not a Doll”