Other artists, how do you sign your works? 🖊🤔 I'm feeling a sense of accomplishment in finally finishing a new painting that took me far longer than I thought it would. (I'll share it with you soon.) 🖼 A signature is the last thing I add to a painting of course and I don't do so until it says exactly what I want it to. My last name appears in a muted color so not to detract your focus from the image. I sign all my paintings simply just 'DOIRON' in capital block letters, just like my Grandfather signs his. It's a tribute to him. 😌
Packaging orders is my favorite part of the day. Although, i could definitely use more work on it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. ☺️
• on another note, I’ve been checking tracking info on a few packages and some are still being delayed. Not good. I hope they will get to you all soon. 🖤
#plantsomethingdaily no. 356.
When I started this art-making challenge, I didn’t know how much goodness it would bring into my life.
It’s been a creative release; a stress-relieving activity; inspiration for several products; a way to develop my creative style; a way to showcase my work (which has been so valuable in the context of me procrastinating on creating my portfolio website - I’ve managed to get away with it so far, as I discuss on the #soulfulbrandingchallenge FB group); and it’s even become a sort of philosophy for me!
So even though it’s taken me 3 years to get close to 365 🙈, I bear no feelings of failure. I have gained in so many ways!
Another thing that has me advocating the importance of “personal projects”.