Monday, October 13, 2008

Witch Portrait

This is probably my last Halloween painting of the season. I am stalling on putting it up because I really like it. The little Pumpkin baby is so cute. Both my babies were Pumpkins their first Halloween. It is like the perfect costume for a new baby. Anyway, just thought I would share this one. I guess I should figure out when I should post it because I am running out of time. I wish I new what other artists did to ensure they had a good pic for a print. I need to study that process because I would like a print of this. If anyone has advise it is welcome. What do you do to get a good print of something?


Jenny said...

Ooooh lalah! I LIKY VERY MUCH!
I missed you while you were away for a few days..but look what you !have made..just lovely

Jenny said...

I'll buy your price then you do not have to post it..heehee

Oh Crow Productions (my neighbor) knows all about should email her! She is able to do hers at home!


Pease Porridge said...

Thank you Jenny! That is very sweet. Thank you for the advice too, I will have to ask her.

Tara Sue said...

aww I love it! She is holding a little baby! Really cute Jen!

Jenny said...

TAG UR it~ So, when are you gonna list this painting? Please let me know if you do.



Cinzia said...

This place is wonderful! There are many beaufiful works!

crow productions said...

Hi Jennifer~

Thanks for visiting my blog the other day. I like your cute paintings.


Tara Sue said...

I am so ready for some Rose time!! I miss her too!

LisaLectura*creations said...

Hi Jennifer! Thanks for your sweet comment! Your art is beautiful! This piece is so cute! Love the lil' peek-a-boo witch too! Have a great weekend!

Creative Blessings,
Lisa :)

Victorian Lady said...

Oh Hi! :) I just found you through your witch on ebay and WOW!! I love your work! I have some witches up right now too. It's of a tea party and had we known about your witch earlier...we SO would have invited her too! :)

I can tell you what I do...although I have not listed many prints yet, I have done this for the ones that I have sold.

I go to kinkos or is it fedex now- I think they changed it. Have them scan it on their BIG scanner at 600dpi. They can print it out on a nice weight paper for you, BUT they also email it to you. So when you run out, you email it back to them for more. This is the least expensive way that I have found.

Glicee prints would be higher quality, but I can't find someone to do that without ordering tons of them. $$$

And then some people have bought a REALLY high quality printer (usually espon) to print their own on photo paper.

Hope that helps! It's nice to "meet you!"