Interview with NassaeThis week, we are very proud to introduce one of our very own staff members. Nassae has remained mysterious even for us (the staff members) but not anymore! Now we get to read more about her and share the secrets with you guys. Awesome, right?Interview with Nassae3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hi! Thanks for accepting to be interviewed by us today, can you start by telling us a bit about yourself?
Hello! I’m Lucinda but I usually use the name Nassae on dA and other online communities.
I am a science student who loves nature and, of course, a miniature crafter who loves art. ☺
Why did you choose the name Nassae? is there a meaning to that name or is it completely random?
I made this name up a few years ago. I wanted to find a name that “feels” like me and sounds good at the same time. I didn’t look for the meaning though.
Later I found out that nassae are actually a kind of nests used for catching fish. The pronunciation is different from wha
Beginnerís Guide to Polymer ClayHey guys! Here is a sort of beginner's guide for people who are interested in using polymer clay for their art. I know a few of you have wanted to start on making miniatures, but wasn't sure where to start so here goes! Btw, I'm not a professional or anything, so this guide will be based on what worked for me personally, and may act as a suggestion of sorts to those that are about to start a hobby in polymer clay! =] I also apologize ahead of time for the wall of words you're about to read (if you do decide to read this hohoho ).Beginnerís Guide to Polymer Clay3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Choosing the clay
There are a few types of clay, Sculpey, Premo, Premo Accents, and Fimo. When I first started, I used Sculpey because it was harder in texture, as compared to the other ones. (However, it seems like the Sculpey white is super soft...almost like gum...which means it is super hard to mold and I don't like it as much). This way your finger prints won'
Tips on Where To Sell Your ArtThis is made as a quide to help you sell your art. Please check out my other Journals On how to be a better artist:http://lilithssmile.deviantart.com/journal/#/d57m9bc look out for my upcoming journals: Tips on how to be a better writer and tips on getting published. Also if you would comment and tell me how you feel about all this information. Did i miss something? To over whelming? Just right?Tips on Where To Sell Your Art3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Remember getting your art exposed is an important role in selling your art. There are many ways and sites for your to not only show off your art but sell as well.
Try some online store:
These are free to list
Yardsellr: http://yardsellr.com/ Easy to list and sell. The blocks are kinda annoying but its gives you a etsy and ebay importer and it has an exporter for styl.ly and D&K. You can also link your email and facebook page, make tweets, and pins. plus you get bonus money to spend on the site
These cost some money to list and possble other fees;
PE - Artisan Crafts ABC II I - MLast year MyntKat did an excellent work putting together an Artisan Crafts ABC for projecteducate, however the Artisan Crafts are so extensive, diverse and ever-growing that there's still much to cover. In this new Artisan Crafts Week we will explore some different crafts, techniques, materials and popular themes to expand your knowledge of this addictive world. This list is still not complete, and we invite you to share with us your knowledge.PE - Artisan Crafts ABC II I - M3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Artisan Crafts ABC: A - D | E - H | I - M | N - R | S - V | W - Z
Artisan Crafts ABC II: A- D | E - H | I - M | N - R | S - V |