Got a new business card that more reflects the current state of creative flow. There was an impromptu "survival of the fittest" poll. I'm vary pleased with it. I like crowd-sourced decisions
The "First Cabbage Whimsy Families" poll is closed, and the winner is (Drum Roll)
"The Light at the End of the Tunnel". The runner up is "First Rain"
The next step is to fine tune the winner, and optimize it for Whimsy production. Then comes the fun part!
A great big thanks to everyone who participated in this crowdsourced decision.
You are the best!
There's an excellent new SELECTION PAGE for the Cabbage Whimsy evolution project.
Check it out!
And While you're there, vote!
There is a new Shiny Things page under the DIGITAL WORKS heading, which shows some of the categories of BLING I'm working with. My Bling art is all about things that play with light - glass and metal and water, reflections and refractions. Check out the "Copper Dreams" series for an example. This project has been accumulating many finished works that are as yet unseen by the world, so I will focus on sharing these pieces as I finalize them. Check it out! Shiny Things will be one of the main categories I will be working with on my upcoming Patreon Project
I've added some new Candidates on the EARTH ALIENS page. I'm getting more excited about the Fantasy Forest project coming up.
And my PATREON page is almost ready! It's like it was created with my projects in mind!
I'm in the process of Building a Patreon Page to conduct some upcoming projects, including the "World Domination by Cabbage Aliens & Whimsies" project
These are some example selections for various descriptions
This is an updated version of the Cabbage Kickstarter winner, fine tuned with an eye to it's future family of Whimsy Aliens. I'd already done a number of it's Whimsy offspring, but in draft version.These are finished.
The Blue King The Blue Queen The Blue Princess The Jester The Grand Vizier
From a large series based on photographs I took during the installation of a copper roof. It changed every day, reacting to weather, time and all the assorted materials and chemicals the roofers used.
Nancy Freeman has a decades-long fascination with digital art which she supports by painting portraits and teaching various art subjects. Right now she devotes most of her creative time to digital art because it's so satisfying.