Here is a quick snap of the mugs I got from the lab. I told them after seeing the first one to think artistic. These were not mugs of the kids playing baseball or soccer that you sent to aunt Harriett. These were original work of art that I was selling. Told them to reduce the image by a quarter inch, and increase the space between the images by that same quarter inch. Much much better, except that I wanted the insides black to match the black in the image. Stay tuned.
WTH, I got my first mug back this week, as I figured it needs work. I am getting another one made to different specifications. I had to get it back, see it, hold it, and sleep on it. This is the sort of work that goes into an original piece of art that no one sees. That line is too small between images, the image needs to be smaller so I have a border top and bottom.
Waiting for the new mug that I can’t show either until I approve. FaceBook won’t allow me to show it either, I played enough to know that. I have skirted that line often with good results. Stay tuned.
Tuesday’s Grace was shot in a family burial plot on an old farm. One of my best subjects, lithe, and young.
I am trying out different background mat to see which I like best. These are for eventual prints, although the image will be on a coffee cup soon. Stay tuned!
Brand new treatment, soon to be coffee cup. For a $100 investment in my art you get a coffee cup.