More interesting feline poses!
I seem to have forgotten to post the video on the blog last weekend. If you haven't yet, you can watch that video here.
Ok, so there has been a healthy response since I put my chopped paintings up for grabs on atcsforall.com, the first time I've put my cards out there since about five years ago. At that time, interest was dwindling. There were fewer 1-on-1 trades, and that was probably because stamps add up terribly quickly. This is even more true today.
It's so worth it though, heading off to another boring day of work but finding a small envelope in my mailbox with my name on it! The cards I've received lately have been pretty high-calibre! I love each individual style; some people send postcards with little stories of their life, others even add extra supplies, and some cards are just tossed into plain envelopes in a minimalist fashion. I guess that's most of the fun.
Also, may I add that you all have such diverse and interesting stamps?? It pleases me greatly to receive letters with pictures of turtles and cartoons and plants on them! When I buy stamps they pull a booklet out of a hidden drawer and take my money. I don't get to choose a style or subject, and the designs never change! You're always going to get pictures of space shuttles or open Canadian fields on my letters. Sorry about that.
Busy this week! here's a flipthrough of an old sketchbook from my late teen years. It's anime central up in this thing. Only slightly embarrassing.
After much hesitation, I've wrapped up the All Things show (albeit wistfully), pulled my artwork from the coffee shop and entered a new phase. I hope things go well! I've been wondering for a while if my artwork fit better in the "illustration" category, and now I have an opportunity to test these new waters.
And so I'm getting a tonne of practice drawing cats.
A good portion of my artwork at the All Things show is now home and waiting for somewhere new to go! I've relisted a few things in the shop that I should have done months ago, and the works on paper from All Things are now in the shop as well. But what to do with the canvas/wood panels? These items are not easily transported!
Hello! I'm Melissa, and here you'll find some behind-the-scenes footage of an artful life. Won't you join me?