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First Fifty Done!

First 50 Art-o-mat blocksThat’s right, the first 50 Art-0-mat blocks are done!  Okay, mostly.  🙂  I still have to paint the sides, sign them, print and attach labels, then package them along with the inserts.  Oh, and I want some photos.  LOL!   So a bit more to do, but the hardest part is done.  I will be ready to ship them out by or before next Monday.  Which is awesome, because I leave state on Tuesday.  I’ll get to attack the next thirty blocks when I get back.

Woo hoo!  Feeling very happy and productive today.  Now to celebrate by making dinner.  🙂

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More Art-o-mat blocks done!

The last time I updated, I had just received the blocks.  It’s been a crazy few weeks and I’ve been fighting to balance my time, making room in my schedule for everything that needs to get done.  I’ve had to curtail some art time until recently.  I’ll be going on a glorious three-week vacation to Seattle and Kona as of November 2nd, so it’s been a little nuts around here, trying to finish various tasks at the day job and home, wrapping things up all while doing three house-sitting jobs.  🙂 45 blocks done! By the time I leave, I’ll be needing that vacation!

Well, despite the harried schedule,  I just finished my 45th block and wanted to share a little peak at the blocks.  It’s been fun trying out new colors and ideas.  My goal is to finish at least 50 blocks before I go.  No problem, I’ll be over 50 by tomorrow night.  (I’d love to finish all 80, but that may be a little ambitious!)  Then I’ll send that batch out and finish the rest when I get home (and bring a few along on the trip to work on at night when I need an art fix!)

For now, it’s time to head back to the pets.  It’s getting near their dinner time and Hungry AngusI’ll have this sweet little guy begging for his meal.  🙂  Remember this face, one day next year, he’s going to be the subject of an oil painting.   I’ve been house-sitting him for a few years now and I’ve known for a while that he was going to be the subject of a painting.  I’m still working it out in my brain and can hardly wait to dive into it.  🙂  I plan on playing around with it and integrating the quirky style of the acrylic paintings I do into the oil painting.  It’s going to be fun!

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