It’s been a little silent over here at RDP for the past couple of months- life has been a bit complicated lately and so my posting everywhere has been a little subdued.
To summarize what’s been going on, we’ve been having a lot of work done on the house, and so a lot of my art supplies had been put away as I didn’t want dust and dirt from all the work to ruin them.
I’ve also been busy researching art programs, as I’ve decided to go back to school! I’ve decided on an intro course from CG Spectrum to get my digital art skills up to snuff, which will hopefully lead to a huge improvement in my paintings going forward. I’ll be sure to let you know once that’s gotten underway, as I’m really excited to share my progress with you!
On a sadder note, I do have a bit of unhappy news to bring to you. While many of you probably did not know this, I’ve had a pet rabbit for the last 10 years. She’s been an amazing companion and I love her dearly. Sadly, she passed away on the 22nd, and it’s been a hard couple of weeks watching her decline and then dealing with her passing. Still, 10 years is a great lifespan for a bunny, and I’m happy to have known her.
Finally, some more uplifting news! Rainbow Dust Portraiture has been accepted to another event this November: the Alternative Gift Market at the St Luke Lutheran Church in Devon, PA! Full information, including the address and event website can be found on the home page, but 10% of proceeds from the event will be going to a local charity for needy families, and I’m very excited to attend! If you’ll be around the Main Line on November 10th or 11th, make sure to come out and say hi!
Now that things are starting to slowly settle back to normal over here, I’m hoping that I’ll be able to produce art more regularly. I certainly miss sharing my work with you all! I also plan on actually getting some resources into the Resources tab of this site soon, as it’s been on my to-do list for far too long.
I hope all of you have a wonderful Halloween, and I can’t wait to share more art with you soon!