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SO great Brad! And...congrats on going dark- I think the break from t.v. and internet will be creatively refreshing. Breaking away from media for a period of time can be a really good thing.
By the way, I'm "going dark" for the summer...tv and internet have become too much of a distraction for me and the boys, so I'm removing that addiction so we can go out and actually live. I'll still check in via the Wi-Fi at Starbuck's every couple of days, so I'll be able to see what everyone's up to, plus let you know when October Moon Studio is ready to roll...
I put this on FB the other day (I don't know why I didn't put it up here too, but thankfully Patti called me on that)...I have really fallen in love with working with ink on watercolor paper or Bristol. Now I still need to decide whether or not I want to add color.
Thought you all might enjoy my new podcast episode if you're a reader: "10 Books That Will Change Your Life" - it's focused on books for artists and leaders. Lots of resources and ideas.
And Dave, you should totally go with the podcast - love it!
David, I just checked out your podcast, The 60 Second Creative. I loved it. Thanks for showing us.
I've been toying withthe idea of throwing my hat back in the podcasting ring. I know I need something that I can finish fairly quickly to be able tofit it in around all my other stuff. So here is a link to the sample podcast I just created called The 60 Second Creative. I will not go "live" with this til some time in September so I really covet your thoughts. http://radicallyreal.truepath.com/hp_wordpress/?page_id=1114
Janice- I just checked out your website- oh my word, love your art- LOVE your color!
Lisa, loved your Mashable graphic :) Love the Dan Miller one too- those are fabulous! Chris, so glad you took advantage of the time to create more art!
I've learned Wordpress but as Janice says, it's been tough. Some hair has turned gray. I never, never thought I would touch html. I think any thing you use will require some amount of learning curve to go through- whatever it is you sure will feel more confident after going through it and coming out with a new website :)
Chris, I just want to echo what Janise said "Focus on your strengths".
I had to attach this snippet I made listening to Dan Miller say these words.
Your art will speak louder than the words you write... just a simple description of your art (for example, your inspiration or your process). That's it.
Hope this helps :D
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