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First through - Entry into a world surreal or fantastic, where the visualised subject of the image levitates herself, the energies invo...

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There is much to be said for Hope. Here, we see an expectant mother in an environment which hints of dire things to come: grey, windblo...

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One of the more difficult things for many artists to do (or at least, for the writer herein to do) is to promote ones work without bein...

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e of the projects I've worked up over the past year (about as fast as either glacial advancement or melting... ) is creating Greeting Cards from some of our photographic art. The initial thought is getting something into an affordable price range which is also attractive and could bring more sales. After all, there are two means (as it were) to making 'The Nut' which is a shorthand term for Booth Fee, Expenses, and then we can look at Income. One is to sell a Big Price Ticket item, a framed print. This doesn't happen often. The other is to sell a larger quantity of Lower Price Ticket Items. That's where we're trying to go with this concept, add those smaller items that will be attractive.

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RedHat-2 GreetingCard HalfFold Landscape-page001 by madshutterbug HoudiniHeadlight1-Tunnel17 GreetingCard HalfFold-p by madshutterbug


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HoudiniHeadlight1-Tunnel17 GreetingCard HalfFold-p by madshutterbug
HoudiniHeadlight1-Tunnel17 GreetingCard HalfFold-p
Half-fold greeting card using a photograph of my Border Collie, Houdini wearing a battery powered head torch. Also, looking for all the Ursula Vernon fans out there...
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HappyHolinose GreetingCard QuarterFold Portrait1 M by madshutterbug
HappyHolinose GreetingCard QuarterFold Portrait1 M
A Quarter-fold greeting card print file featuring one of our hogs with unusual markings on her nose. We use this card design as a holiday greeting card.
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e of the projects I've worked up over the past year (about as fast as either glacial advancement or melting... ) is creating Greeting Cards from some of our photographic art. The initial thought is getting something into an affordable price range which is also attractive and could bring more sales. After all, there are two means (as it were) to making 'The Nut' which is a shorthand term for Booth Fee, Expenses, and then we can look at Income. One is to sell a Big Price Ticket item, a framed print. This doesn't happen often. The other is to sell a larger quantity of Lower Price Ticket Items. That's where we're trying to go with this concept, add those smaller items that will be attractive.

Some of the images in this discussion are found here on DA:
RedHat-2 GreetingCard HalfFold Landscape-page001 by madshutterbug HoudiniHeadlight1-Tunnel17 GreetingCard HalfFold-p by madshutterbug


More of the discussion here...
madshutterbug.dreamwidth.org/6…

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T.J. Macheski
Artist | Professional | Photography
United States
Current Residence: teh Ranch, Thru the Looking Glass, North Central Baja Jorja
Favourite genre of music: What speaks to me. A lot does.
Favourite photographer: No. Just, no. These questions continue to be so narrow minded.
Wallpaper of choice: Usually something I photographed
Skin of choice: The one I'm inside of.
Favourite cartoon character: Howl
Personal Quote: May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.
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:iconderekjones:
derekjones Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks for the watch
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madshutterbug Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Professional Photographer
You are welcome.
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:iconboudiccaamat:
BoudiccaAmat Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you for the Watch :) .. I've reciprocated as you have some very interesting work in your gallery :)
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:iconmadshutterbug:
madshutterbug Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you and you're welcome as well. I am intrigued with your process, eh. And I too am a Gimp-er. Started looking into it about four years back, shifted full time when Adobe changed their plan to Too Expensive.
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BoudiccaAmat Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Please ......ask away if you have any questions about my processes :)  
And Gimp is my first and only - I've always found it to be more than enough for what I ask of it ......I hope you are getting along well with it too. 

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cerebrosdestruidos Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks a lot for the watch!
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madshutterbug Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Professional Photographer
You are welcome.
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spiralunix Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
<3
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cerebrosdestruidos Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for the :+fav: :D
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madshutterbug Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Professional Photographer
You are welcome!
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