This week, I was honored to be invited into a another online platform for selling my art. Cupick is very similar to other websites such as Society6 and Redbubble, except that it focuses on the India and Asia-Pacific part of the world. I'm excited to have access to a different audience, and a chance to discover more great artists as well.
In other news, Ryan and I have had a lot of fun this week showing Ryan's sister Victoria,the beauty/fun/food of our new home.
Like us, she has become fully enchanted with this place.
I don't have as much art to show for this week, because I've been busy being a tourist in my home city. Totally worth it..
I often like to have two color options available for a design and am often surprised by which one people people prefer. Here are some recent ones. In the comments, tell me which versions you like better, a or b.
The "a"s are all the original colors, while the "b"s are changed in Photoshop. So leave your votes in the comments below, and let me know if you have any other ideas for color changes, or of what I should draw next.
Currently I'm working on some more scripture.
And my top secret project.
Hope you have a peaceful Saturday
I don't know about where you live, but flowers are already blooming in Portland, OR.
Even so, there was still some snow for us on Mt. Hood on Monday. Ryan and I skied at the Meadows Ski Resort for the first time. The conditions weren't the greatest, but we still had a great time.
Look close--one of the runs is called Texas Trails! It was the most icy run we went down...figures....
I still can't get over the fact that we can go skiing and back home in one day. Not to mention the coast... What a place, thankful we get to live here.
Though this place doesn't have everything. Like all of these beautiful, slightly blurry people (except for Ryan and me of course).
And if you need some coffee this morning (or whatever time of day you're reading this), I've got you covered.
I like this one too.
And pretty soon I'll have some more words to show you.
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