Let the downloads begin!

Welcome to December, can you believe it’s only four weeks till Christmas? I’m ready for it, bring it on…well, maybe. ha Thank you for being here, this is my favorite part!

One of my old digital advent ads.

I’ve been doing my Digital Advent for several years now here on my site. I love sharing my work with you, especially interactive pieces that you can make your own. This year, since my focus has shifted to Patreon, there is a SECOND set of downloads that are only for my Patreon patrons.

Every morning (today was a fluke) I’ll be posting two downloads – one free one here to continue my tradition, and one on Patreon for patrons only.

The free ones will be simple things like paper chain and ornaments. My patron-only ones, however, will be something really special. Both sets are made with love and gratitude, and are designed just for you.

If you haven’t already, please hit Follow over on my Patreon to make sure that you don’t miss out. As always, thank you! xo

A new beginning

As all wars must come to an end eventually, hopefully, we turn our fervor for fairy tales into something more creative, useful, and charitable.

I’ve no clue how it started or who exactly instigated it and threw the first ‘corn, but Chelsae and I have been at it for a while on Facebook. We’ve been having fun throwing unicorns back and forth at each other, much to the bemusement of our friends. This year has been about art and focus for us both, so I thought maybe we could take our digital war into the analog world. Something simple, something that wouldn’t overwhelm us, something that would be a fun release to keep our creative juices flowing and force us to think outside our comfort zones.

Both of us will be posting to this arena with process shots, continued digital posts, and general nonsense related to our themes. We’ll be keeping it all fairy tales and mythical goodness so it should be fun. There’s already been talk of gnomes, but for now…

photo credit: The Rocketeer via photopin cc
photo credit: The Rocketeer via photopin cc