30 September 2011

Life of Art SitRep #86 The coding, the coding!

Every week, I work towards creating a life of art for myself. This is the zigzag filled journey.

Play along in the comments with your own pursuits if you'd like. (That's where I'll cheer you on.)
This week, I

  • Shot 146 photographs of sculptures, grounds, llamas; and 1 video of llamas.

  • Went for a sculpture walk.

  • Finished fixing all image links in my links file, huzzah! Replaced all "related designs" image links that needed it.

  • As part of Zazzle's changes to makes things "easier" for sellers, I revised or removed subtitles from product description files, and revised product tags through North Window and for all of my digital designs.

    Then I updated 21 photograph product lines with fixed links, revised descriptions, tags & categories; revised product orders. Also finished updating all 8 digital design descriptions, tags, categories, etc.

  • Changed all image thumbnail links to ones from posters where possible. Postcards and mousepad thumbnails display disproportionately to poster thumbnails. Alas, this means I should redo 10 of the product lines I already revised. [Zag!] Later. For products without posters, I revised image size to 100 px if needed. Swapped out related designs links where needed.

  • Zig! Discovered 100.jpg throws off alignment of related designs thumbnails, so switched them back to 125.jpg for verticals and card images.

  • Got my Red Hibiscus With Raindrops and Melting Snow canvas prints featured on a Macro Photography lens:
    Red Hibiscus With Raindrops wrapped canvasMelting Snow wrapped canvas

  • Reordered my Rocklawn Arts store a bit.

  • Added my products/store link to 9 lenses/blogs.

  • Fixed image links in my 50 Art Polls lens. Fortunately my other lenses didn't need any fixing, yay!

  • Rearranged store again. Zag!

  • Tweeted a sale and some items.

  • Watched the final day of "Photoshop CS5 Intensive with Lesa Snider" on Creative Live.

  • *******
    How are your pursuits going?

    Two years ago on TTaT: One of those days

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