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.)
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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.

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    How are your pursuits going?


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