I have added another artwork to the 2013 Art Gallery!
Click on the picture or here to go to its description page!
Just spent the past few hours updating bits and pieces of the website. I want each piece of art (except photos maybe) to have its own page and description, and also to have miniature pictures of other art that people can click on so they can keep searching through the art on my website randomly without having to know the layout of it.
I don't have the links to art for searching yet, but I have managed to finish making one art per page for my first art gallery: Art Gallery 2006-7, along with the first half of my second art gallery: Art Gallery 2008.
While I am doing this, I am also updating the descriptions of each piece of art so that it is better tagged for search engines and people can see what the picture is if for some strange unknown reason they can't see the art. Unlikely, but at least search engines will know what it is.
More coming whenever I can.
I've also updated the Projects in Progress page and the Completed Projects page if you want to look at those.
I also have some art that I did this summer, mostly paintings, that I'll be putting up at some point, so keep a lookout!
I have added more art to the website, finally! This is art all the way back from 2012 that I never got a chance to get everything together to post on the website. Currently, I don't have the description pages for them yet, but they will come eventually.
You can see the new art in the 2012 Art Gallery!
For those of you who have been following my updates, you may have noticed that I haven't been updating very much for a while. Well, that's because of college. I figure I should focus more on my education since it is so expensive, so I haven't been drawing very much during the time in which I felt I should be studying instead.
Having said that, I have come to realize that college is a lot more expensive than I thought it would be. I never thought it would come to this, but in a desperate attempt to make some money to help pay for college, I am going to draw a bit for money.
I know people probably won't pay all that much for art in this economy, but if you are willing to donate, it will be going to my tuition.
(I'm new at this, so please excuse my inexperience with drawing for money)
BEFORE: I used to have an options to draw specific art for people, but I realize that is a lot harder than I originally expected. Now I'll just have a donate option so that my art is not limited and will therefore look better. I'm sorry, it's hard for an artist to draw something that isn't from their own vision.
NOW: I'll take an hour to draw for every $10 I get donated.
You don't have to donate $10, just donate whatever you'd like. However, paypal has a 30 cent plus 2.9% fee for donations (that are from non paypal accounts) which means if you donate $1 you're really donating 67 cents and 33 cents goes to paypal, so the more you donate at once, the less paypal will get in fees and the more you end up donating to my college tuition.
(Though, you as the sender can choose to give me a full $1 and pay an extra 33 cents to paypal for the fee I think)
Click here to go to the Donation Page.
I've added a cropped version of the Phoenix so that there is more emphasis on the eye. I spent a bit of time on the eye so I wanted everyone to be able to see it better. Enjoy!
You click on the picture to go to its Description page, or click here to see its Gallery.
I added more art! I drew this for a friend's birthday; he really liked phoenixes. =)
Click on the picture to see it in its Gallery, or click here to see the description page.
I've added new art to my website! This was actually done last summer, but I finally got around to writing a description and posting it up on the website!
Click the picture to go to its gallery page, or click here to go to its description page!
_I made a T-Shirt design for this year's Juggler's Festival and a poster as well that had the same artwork on it. It's a Chinese Dragon, representing the Chinese Year of the Dragon (this year), that is wrapped around a juggling club (otherwise known as a juggling pin with its bowling pin shape) I got a lot of compliments on it, so I hope you enjoy it as well!
You can see more about this picture by going to its Description page.
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