Apr 22, 2009

Apr 17, 2009

Drawing for sale...again!

So Ebay cancelled my last listing because I had a link to my website on it. I didn't realize that was a no-no...guess it's my own fault for not reading all the rules. I've relisted the item, sans link. Here's the new listing:

Friesian Horse ACEO for sale.

Apr 10, 2009


I was just adding my new drawing to my cards and prints page on my website, and I noticed that none of the paypal buttons worked there. I'm not exactly sure how long they've been like that, but I'm a little embarassed that none of them worked. I usually check things over quite thoroughly when I'm editing my site, so I'm not sure what happened. Anyway, they're fixed now.

Friesian ACEO

This is my latest drawing of a Friesian horse. I'm discovering I have a thing for Friesians. They are absolutely beautiful animals and just take my breath away. For this reason, you may see more of them in my work!

This drawing is untitled so far because I can't seem to come up with interesting names. So far, naming my pet portraits has been easy: "George", "Nelly", "Simon", etc...pretty straight forward. Now, besides challenging myself to be more creative in my art, I also need to learn creativity in my naming! I am open to suggestions for naming this one.

2.5" x 3.5" ACEO
Pencil on paper

For those of you who don't know what an ACEO is, it stands for Art Cards, Editions and Originals. They are miniature works of art about the same size as baseball cards and thin enough to fit inside standard card-collector pockets, sleeves or sheets. An offshoot of Artist Trading Cards are the "Art Cards, Editions, and Originals" (ACEO). ACEOs originated when some artists began to create cards to sell, in addition to trading among themselves.

This drawing is for sale on Ebay. Click here to bid!