I have been working to consolidate my pages. This blog has been fun, but it doesn't do what I need it to, business-wise, soooo...now I have a real, honest-to-goodness website, with a store and everything. I'd love for you to pop over and see what you think, and drop me a line from there if you'd like.
There are several ideas for tutorials I'll be adding later, but for now the tutorials page isn't in the navigation, except via the front page, and I confess I enjoy monkeying around with the program to make edits, but it's up. If it were a toy boat, I could push it out on the lake and watch it sail.
Back when I was working and learning with writers a lot, we had many discussions about "Branding" for a writer. I took it to heart and feel it might apply to an artist's business too. Thus the website, the new business cards, and tie-ins to Pinterest and Facebook.
The hubs and I talked about what image I should use, and we agreed that no single doll I make represents what I do well enough to use a photo of it. Sooooo, I did a silly thing and used a photo of me on my first birthday. It's fun, has a vintage flavor, and says we're all just kids at heart.
Of course, I looked a little like Buddy Hackett when I was a year old, but maybe folks will overlook that.