Monthly Archives: December 2012

Will an Art Buyer Really Read Your Blog?

I know this article is aimed at photographers, but I think it is applicable to all artists.


Basic Social Media Marketing Plan: Photography

I have never given this much thought, but I like how this article lays things out for you and I can see how it would be useful for other markets too.

Christmas Special: Add a Snowstorm to Your Webpage

This is a really cool effect, and gives me some ideas for other ways to use it and other things to do. ๐Ÿ™‚

Projects that inspire

These are some really neat projects, I really liked creak tif and the hybrid graphic novel.

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Tips for working more efficiently

Some good tips on some new features in CS6

Website Usability Testing: โ€œWe Are Not Our Usersโ€

I’ve picked up a few books on usability testing and been reading through them. This article is a good overview.

Getting Interactive Design Clients via LinkedIn

some nice tips to remember when using linked in. I need to add my portfolio into linked in, and I’m hoping to during this semester break. Though I still need to get working on my capstone. I think I’ll have time for both ๐Ÿ™‚

Print to Web Series: Digital Magazines

These are some really interesting and inspiring online magazine layouts. Well worth your time to take a look.

Eerie Night

Woohoo!!! The animation is up ๐Ÿ™‚

Hope you like it. It isn’t the best out there and could use some more work, but it is my first animation, and I’m proud of it.

Eerie Night Animation

I am currently uploading to you tube my first Maya Animation. I’ve never uploaded anything to YouTube before. So, assuming all goes well my first animation will be online for you to view. ๐Ÿ™‚

I’ve set up the page for it already, but it still has quite a while before it is uploaded. I’m hoping I’ll be able to test it and make sure it works tonight. If not it’ll probably be this weekend before it is in a format that works through YouTube. I’m excited to be putting this two semesters worth of work up.