The illusive, almost mythical, Susan has posted on her blog, Susan Elkin Photography. She has a much smaller request than I have been making of you – Susan has only her own business card. So she is hoping that you will take a hop, jump and a skip over to her blog to welcome her back and to give your input. She has been touched by people’s concern here … Thank you so much!
Reflections Below I, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Thank you for your help in working on my business cards. At some point today I will have lightened up the middle image on the Art Business Card to see if that speaks to Sue O’Kieffe’s concerns. (By the way, thank you so much Sue for a birthday mandala at Sacred Circle Mandalas!) I tried several other paintings in that spot, but I think that will be the best … I think it shows a different style that is very popular. But I am hoping that my lightening it will make it work for you.
And Soul Fish, thank you for your comment about the little text. I am not sure if you mean the list of types of art I have or if you mean the address and such … or what. Perhaps you can be more specific. I have enlargened the text in the list on the back of the card. But, again, that will be uploaded some time today. I welcome more specifics of what you mean.
Sue and Soul Fish, I have made the changes and uploaded them.
You see, my powerbook cord went totally caput! So I do not have access to a lot of my things and files and such. It is mostly backed up so I can deal with it later today … technical issues … like which version software is on which computer and such. Some of these computer programs are foolish enough that they have no backward compatibility with older versions. For Adobe InDesign, you cannot save backward to even one version older. It is a real problem! I think they are very foolish to be so rigid – whatever they may gain financially, they more than lose in goodwill. At least Adobe has allowed Photoshop to stay extremely flexible.
They perioidically have problems and I think the problems are theirs, not our cookies. Again, I still welcome others’ feedback on the posts of the last 2 days. I take it that people are happy with the first version of the “Fanciful Animal Images”? I will be checking back through a borrowed computer to see what you have to say. And, thank you again for your birthday wishes!
~ Diane Clancy