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My Art. On Things.

Alternate title: What the hell, my art is on things.

I’ve been doing many Skillshare classes over the last few months. If you’re not familiar with Skillshare, it’s a site where you can watch classes on nearly anything. Art, technology, crafts, photography, business, leadership, productivity… shall I go on? I’ve been watching everything from how to paint leaves and cacti to how to digitize my work and use Photoshop.

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Along with classes, they offer Workshops. The best one I’ve watched so far, is the one called Make and Sell Watercolor Art: From Painting to Products by Cat Coquillette. She walked the views through painting a piece, editing the piece in Photoshop, and manipulating it to use with Print on Demand (POD) services like Society 6 and Redbubble.

I watched the classes (several times each). I did my project. I made accounts on Redbubble and Society 6. I listed a pattern. I freaked out.

Today, I received the orders I placed. The ones that I made so I would know how terrible my creations looked on a shower curtain and a laptop case.

Spoiler: They don’t look bad.

The Laptop Case from Society 6

These are both from my Butterflies + Flowers = Butterflowers collection. But you can also find goodies in the Rainbows and Bullshit collection on both sites. More coming! Holiday stuff, too! (SHOP NOW HERE)

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