Today Neda of Papiers CollÃ©s wrote in yesterday’s post, “Diane, how about you have ANOTHER blog and you take people like me step-by-step through all this? I bet there are many of us in our 40â€™s and 50â€™s who really want to know more but are paralyzed the sheer amount of technical info? You can do it!!! Pleaaase!”
Flowers XIV, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
I am not going to start another blog, but I would like to keep writing about technical stuff as I learn it. Perhaps it will help someone else out. If people would like me to, I can certainly either share info as I learn it, answer questions to the best of my ability, or I could every several days dedicate a post to another piece of setting up a blog.
I have several friends who are planning on starting blogs soon. That could be one way of documenting the process in a way that might be helpful to more people. If I tag the information well, then someone can come along and use this as a resource – hopefully in relatively clear language.
I have met a friend online lately, Julie, and she has asked me to help her learn about copyright issues for artists. I repsonded to her that I would like to write some posts about that for 2 reasons. One is so that I wouldn’t have to write it several times, but also, more importantly, maybe other people would find it useful too.
Sue O’Kieffe of Sacred Circles Mandalas has also asked me to share more techniques on how I create some of my digital images. So perhaps those two things go together. I would be interested in people’s response. I know there are lots of resources out there about these things. But this is here and now and some people are asking. Thank you for sharing your feedback.
~ Diane Clancy
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Diane you are a very generous and talented person. You make this community so much better.
Great idea, Diane. If you would like any assistance writing this, let me know. Maybe you could handle one method of setting up a blog and I could handle another?
And I am also interested in your digital techniques. I can mess around in Photoshop, but not much more.
Well, Chris, that is a generous offer. As I get closer to this project, let’s keep talking. Also, please feel free to add and expand on anything I am saying here!!
Neda, believe me, you make this community much better too!
Chris, I am glad you are interested in the digital techniques. I would love to share them!
~ Diane Clancy