In that regard, should I stop posting my paper miniatures in their form (b&w, hand-colored, one-sided, etc.) here? I like sharing images, and the inspiring, creative process I've found here so far.
Wow, I'm sorry if I made you feel like your work wasn't welcome here! Please keep sharing it! Mainly, I meant to suggest that the style and quality of the artwork was up to commercial standards, and if you were interested in adjusting your format to align with customers' expectations, you could actually charge money for your minis. But as long as you're enjoying the work you're doing, we'll be grateful to see it here at the forum, and if you're sharing it for free, we certainly aren't going to complain about the format you choose!
So by all means, keep it coming! And if you would like support with the technical aspects of miniature production, we'll be happy to help out. But we certainly won't judge you or your work, ever. We just thank you for sharing it with us all!
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Jeffgeorge, No, totally I understood and always appreciate your insightful and committed replies. I also understand the level of quality people bring to this forum and what they expect from others who plan to share and that I'm nowhere near that level of professionalism!
Wasn't sure if what I'm posting is of any value other than to get creative juices flowing from one another. Thanks for your time and reply, Jeffgeorge. I'll continue to share. Back views just aren't a high priority for me as the time involved to draw doubles and I think I already suffer from art ADHD. Heh, heh.
Thanks, JeffGeorge. I'm going to try this summer to figure my way around GIMP and get these hands colored and with a black border. You've motivated me and with summer vacation fast approaching, it will be on my long list of things to do!
Jeffgeorge, No, totally I understood and always appreciate your insightful and committed replies. I also understand the level of quality people bring to this forum and what they expect from others who plan to share and that I'm nowhere near that level of professionalism! Ey your drawings are really great!
Wasn't sure if what I´m posting is of any value other than to get creative juices flowing from one another. Thanks for your time and reply, Jeffgeorge. I'll continue to share. Back views just aren't a high priority for me as the time involved to draw doubles and I think I already suffer from art ADHD. Heh, heh.
lightning: I also had several symptomatic weeks (including asthma and just feeling weak but no fever). Reading that I am not alone makes me feel better:-)
Apr 9, 2020 6:02:58 GMT -9
Vermin King: This may not make sense in countries that do not have Daylight Savings Time, but Mike at PM.com posted 'Who would’ve guessed that we were turning the clocks ahead from Standard Time to the Twilight Zone?'
Apr 9, 2020 4:30:07 GMT -9
shep: Also, all the best for the rest of you lot. Stay save, get well, whatever you need!
Apr 7, 2020 21:39:28 GMT -9
shep: Great sentiment, @coyotepunc! All the best for your son, and get well yourself, too...
Apr 7, 2020 21:38:40 GMT -9
Coyotepunc: Thanks, guys. He's still pretty sick, but no trouble breathing. So we are staying away from the hospitals, so the people who truly need them can use them.
Apr 7, 2020 20:07:59 GMT -9
squirmydad: My supervisor's state of mind; she's been climbing the walls begging to put us back in the game. All of Maintenance and Administration are still out, but my supervisor wants to invent projects to bring us back in.
Apr 7, 2020 13:23:32 GMT -9
Vermin King: So, essentially, what was so essential today?
Apr 7, 2020 13:16:18 GMT -9
squirmydad: I've been declared "Essential" for today only. Off to work, paper-crafting tonight then.
Apr 7, 2020 6:34:17 GMT -9
Vermin King: Two months?!? I need to stop whining. Where's my Wambulance?
Apr 7, 2020 6:05:47 GMT -9
wyvern: Anecdotally, a number of people seem to have been ill with a protracted 'flu-like illness since last winter (NOT Covid-19). I had 'flu for two months from mid December myself. Unhelpfully, my symptoms included cough + fever, identical to Covid-19.
Apr 7, 2020 4:26:04 GMT -9
Vermin King: Best of luck with that, Coyotepunc. Being sick since 03/17, I can somewhat relate to your condition, but I don't have the worry of my kid having problems on top of my own. All the best, sir
Apr 7, 2020 3:58:13 GMT -9
alloydog: @coyotepunc - even at 30+, they still yer babies! Not that they appreciate being called that!
Apr 7, 2020 1:14:36 GMT -9
alloydog: Of course, it doesn't help if the mucus is in the trachea.
Apr 7, 2020 1:13:33 GMT -9
alloydog: old squirmydad mentioned fennel tea. If that sort of thing is not for you, or is hard to get, I saw a WHO video where they said to drink plenty of warm/hot drinks, such as tea, coffee, even milk, because it helps shift mucus from the throat to the stomach.
Apr 7, 2020 1:13:07 GMT -9
Coyotepunc: So it's going to be a long night of taking his temp every hour... he's 19 but still my baby
Apr 6, 2020 17:56:28 GMT -9
Coyotepunc: I've been dealing with a variety of covid-19 symtpoms since January, except for the fever (12% of cases have no fever.) My kid woke up with almost all the symptoms including high fever today.
Apr 6, 2020 17:56:01 GMT -9
squirmydad: Bag is handy, if you find it loose use the seeds, but then you need something like an infuser or it's a mess.
Apr 6, 2020 7:24:51 GMT -9
shep: most likely bag...
Apr 6, 2020 6:32:37 GMT -9
ignatious: just out of curiosity squimrydad, for the tea seed, frond, or bulb?
Apr 6, 2020 2:37:53 GMT -9
Vermin King: My friend Mike brought a sword to his church last night, but since he was there recording his sermon for today, he thought it would be okay
Apr 5, 2020 18:27:03 GMT -9