Monday, July 25, 2005

Ok- so I,m not any better at keeping this updated...


I've been busy. That and my friend, Juliet, got me some new mindless video games. I waste way too much time playing video games.
I actually stamped something today. I am playing with tetrahexaflexagons. They are easier to make than I thought they would be. I got excellent instructions and a template from Annette from OZ. I'll be posting a link here soon for a webpage I'm putting up showing the "how tos" on these.

Speaking of Annette- it's funny how the internet can let you connect with people in other parts of the world- people you would never have been aware of otherwise. Annette is another artist that I really click with. Love bouncing ideas back and forth with her. She always has a totally unique take on things.

I've also been playing with the Kaleidoscope Kreator software. Another very addictive little computer toy.

2 comments:

Susan of Ephemeria said...

I'm glad to have been directed here and luckily I can leave a comment. I guess it's because at one point I had to be a "community member" to leave a comment for someone else. Yegads. So I promptly started a blog in addition to the lifejournal.

This one is at http://ephemeria.blogspot.com/ and I've done next to nothing with it. But it could be a place for links to people like you for example. Let's talk.

Suzanne, the marketing maven at http://selfhelpsalon.typepad.com/painless_self_promo/
has some fab things to say about blogs as a form of self-promotion. So I'm really trying to be good about it and actually posted the newest atistamp there to promo it before it's even on my website. Who knows - might work!

Zeborah said...

I have no idea why I start these things. LOL Or even why I have webpages.
I think you get addicted to seeing your work and your words on a webpage.

I've always been an admirer of your work Susan. and of your marketing knowhow and drive.

I don't think I have the skills, or maybe it is that I don't have the motivaton, to market my work.

I had an offer to show some pieces at an art sale next month. I have no idea what I'd do for it though.

I felt honored to be asked. Great group of local artists. I went to their last show and was quite impressed. Even bought some artwork. ;)