So my sale didn't go as well as I'd hoped it would, but I did have a friend purchase a lovely piece that I had fun coloring.
The overall price for it was $20. Was super excited she bought something. Her name was Tammra.
Which can be found here: [link]
In other news, I've gotten into painting more frequently. However all my paints and brushes are at my boyfriend; Jesse's apartment. I've made two pieces, one of them I really like, the other not so much. In the process of doing a third. It's got a firey theme to it. I think it'll turn out wonderful. I need more tubes of paint though. Various watercolor and acrylic tubes are nearly out.
With my present place of employment making money is difficult. My latest paycheck was $00.32
. Because $30 was deducted for my benefits, plus taxes. I'm also in need of some extra funds because I am planning out Jesse's birthday for him. He's to have a wonderful time. I've been buying gifts for him periodically, and I found out today he would like a paint set. I'ma see if I can find a decent one that's somewhat affordable. Plus, there's also Christmas gifts I am getting for everyone too.
In October, the first week of it, is the Las Vegas Reniassance Faire; Age of Chivalry. I still need new garb, Jesse and I need to make a tent as well. Battle Wolf kicked me out because I'm not "compatible" with their members anymore. Oh well. Their loss, Coreathea's gain. I joined Coreathea, Jesse's guild, they accepted me with open arms and I connected with a majority of the members rather quickly. It's $20 a year. But, like any other guild you have to provide for yourself. I think I'll learn much more in Coreathea than I would have in Battle Wolf. I will always be a pirate, as I am still one, because I belong to the guild known as Legend of the Shattered Hull. Legend of the Shattered Hull was once known as the Sea Wolf vendors for Age of Chivalry. They'll be making it into an official guild soon, I hope.
If anyone FEELS like purchasing a canvas painting, I would be willing to sell them for $20-$30 each. Just note, I prefer landscapes or abstract landscapes on canvas. I am able to branch out of my comfort zone.