I'm going to try supplying stock again on a trial basis, so -- at least for now -- Faceless Girl is back!
She is also accepting suggestions for poses, if you have them.
(Wondering why Faceless Girl is Faceless? Read this.)
My STOCK RULES
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Hi everyone --
If you have my stock stored on your computer, please continue to follow the stock rules (you can find them in older journal entries) -- yes, including a note or message. I'm slowly going through them.
For various reasons, my account has become stagnant. I lost the desire to post things, and I haven't been able to keep up with your wonderful notes. So for now I am going to leave up my tutorials -- everything else is in storage for the time being. Perhaps at some point I will decide to add new material, but until then -- thanks, it's been fun!
People continue to ask me why I don't do stocks that show my face in a way that make me identifiable. I like to joke that it's because I'm so ugly that the camera would break, but that's not really the reason.
So here are the reasons why, in order of descending importance.
1. I teach, and my employer frowns upon the use of myspace and facebook (frowns upon may not be a strong enough phrase) because of what students do with teachers' likenesses and personal information. In an attempt to preserve my job, I don't show my face on my stock pages -- that is, on images anyone and everyone is invited to manipulate and tell stories about.