Life has been busy again, always seems to be my excuse it seems, however this time, most definitely a worthy one.
Nebuleux is now Nebuleux LTD. I have finally structured myself in a fashion that is akin to not only protecting my personal assets but also to that of a growing business. Yes, last year profits were up, enough to justify this!
I have separated the core business into three parts.
Nebuleux, for my own art and photography. I am in the works of setting up an apprenticeship program for local schools (only planning on taking one person a year or semester). I am trying to work out a way to work with local charities and groups (for Columbus and Delaware). I am also getting the store up and online for some of my prints. I am also putting together my list of adjunct photographers, my backups and regional representation.
Stmartinart (for the more tame of projects), this is almost excluisively me, but I may take the apprentice and adjuncts from nebuleux and use them here as well, this is essentially side two of my photography. (one more tame, one more… relentless).
Dee’s Caravan. For those that have seen Nebuleux at conventions selling art, leather, chain, etc this is now the name we will operate under. Simply to keep things separate and easier to remember.
In all this I am re-evaluating my staffing, my presence, everything. It is taking a lot out of me and I appreciate the patience that everyone has had in my non business life. I am slowly working everything out in all sides and I hope to be in a much better place soon. I am trying, my damndest to make this a full time gig for myself. As much as I like tech work, art is my passion, it is my drive it is my soul.
That being said, I am looking for models, right now in a p2p sense, but eventually I hope to be able to pay. If you are interested and like my work and like wookies (me), hit me up.
So I may have possibly previously mentioned a certain productivity-enhancing extension so you all know I’m Good for this, right, I know what I’m talking about
, I got the goods, slyly opens trenchcoat
It’s 2014 and everyone’s talking about how they’re gonna make it their year - well HabitRPG is one of the best productivity tools I’ve ever used and it makes even the most difficult and laborious of tasks so much easier, and helps beat procrastination like nothing else I’ve ever used.
It’s free, so you might as well give it a try before you go back to school, college, or work!
Tempted to try
Rebloging for later
This….this is gamification.
Glow in the Dark Photography by Arthur Wernest
OH MY, WANT TO DO THIS
- Dated: late 19th–early 20th century
- Geography: Indonesia, Borneo
- Culture: Kenyah or Kayan peoples (Malaysia & Indonesia)
- Medium: steel, brass, wood, antler ,bone, hair, tradecloth, fiber
- Measurements: overall length 31-1/2 inch
So bloody awesome!
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That awkward moment when the king of hell has more integrity than you.
That awkward moment when the King Of Hell has more integrity than most angels.
That awkward moment when the King of Hell has more integrity than most everyone.
Life changes, schedules change and being busier (it feels) than I was during the ORF season.. have really been messing with me, However, I am in the process of acclimating and getting back to my creative edge.
I now work my “regular” job 11-8 daily and have received a promotion. MY schedule will take a little bit of a hit, but it gives me a chance to catch up on things in the morning it would seem.
Conventions: No word on Ohayocon, but, still preparing just in case, MARCON - we are sending in our application, expect to see us there, OSURF, Steampunks and who knows what else.
Photography: I’m going to be training and bringing on some adjunct photographers to work with me to cover ohio events.
So much on the mind, lots of changes coming in the life. Cannot wait for it all to happen!
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so basically we sold our souls to this show.
COLLECTION OF YORUBA ORISHAS
Not to diss on European mythologies but can we seriously have some fuckin’ recognition that there are religions and mythologies that are not Greek or Norse. Why the fuck did I learn about the Greeks 6 times but we never fucking talked about Africa or even really the mythologies and beliefs of native peoples?
(Pssst from what group are these deities from?)
The Yoruba of western Africa.
We’ve been really digging into Yoruba culture in my Anthropology of Magic, Witchcraft and Religion class… what a gorgeous, many-layered mythology.
I will never not reblog this set. It’s fucking beautiful.
Planning for the upcoming Renaissance Festival I am now stuck in a cavalcade of creativity..
I am even plotting for future shows where I may even be selling costuming… this could be interesting…
Gypsies, Travellers, Businessmen, Madmen, Doctors….? Bwhahaha
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