I've always been one of those people that can't draw if people are looking. But through the years, I've often had people say they want to see me draw. I've wanted to indulge them for a while, but my drawing time is so sporadic - five minutes here, twenty minutes there - that I didn't want to try to livestream anything.
So my husband ~Grieverjoe (https://www.deviantart.com/grieverjoe) downloaded this program, CamStudio, and I've been giving it a try. I'll need to find a program that'll let me splice the clips together and accelerate them (because who wants to watch me draw at actual speed, right) and then I'll... um, put them on youtube I guess.
Anyway, whenever I get to that
When I was a high schooler, I was the only person in my group of friends who didn't participate in a photography class. I wanted to, but I didn't have a camera. I knew that if I had asked, my parents would have gotten one for me, but I felt bad to ask them to spend money on something I didn't know if I'd really use.
Right before I got married, I suddenly started being interested in taking artistic photos. I did the best I could with the small point-and-shoot digital camera I'd gotten for Christmas a few years before. I was told I had a good eye for it, but I never did much.
Fast forward to this year, when I purchased a basic DSLR as a combi
There are so many people on dA looking to sell their art, from digital to artisan handmade crafts. I'm always impressed by how many talented people are here.
But aside from Etsy, I don't see a lot of places where people are selling their stuff, and Etsy can't possibly be a one-size-fits-all solution. I used to own an Etsy shop, but I recently closed it because I could not compete with the heavily over-saturated market.
So here's something for people looking to find a place to sell! There's nothing wrong with setting up shop in many places - It can really increase your exposure.
Have a look, maybe there's a place listed that will be right f