This week I received an email from an automotive concept artist in Canada who had a question about how to get exposure and possibly sell their artwork.
I replied but my email came back as failed. I think the email address was entered incorrectly on my contact form. I thought I would post this so hopefully he’ll see it and know I did try to reply to his question. Continue reading How to Get Exposure For Your Artwork
I am really glad to be back online. What turned out as a web server’s hard drive going down, turned into moving my site to a new server (twice) and then running into a domain DNS problem.
I think everything has been cleared up now. So if you tried to get to my site and couldn’t, or tried to email me and it got returned, the web server going down was the problem.
I had seven sites on that server and what helped me is that I use web hosts that have the popular control panel called cPanel. cPanel has a backup utility that also helps restore your site when you move. I just needed to find another host using the same control panel.
Remember to do your backups on your site in case this ever happens to you.
Steve Nicholson over at Auto Restoration 101 contacted me to let me know about an article he did on me and my artwork. Steve has over 20 years experience in antique auto restoration and street rod fabrication. His work has been featured and displayed at SEMA, Good Guys, Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance, and much more.
Steve also runs a couple of sites, one of which is his art site “Just for the Art of it”. There he displays all kinds of cool items which he makes from recycled parts, like the Oldsmobile timing gear and valve spring wall clock that is painted tangerine.
One of my favorites is the Spark Plug hubcap clock. It’s made from an aluminum hubcap and has 12 spark plugs that represent the hours.
Steve at All American Dynamics sent me an e-mail to show me how his new logo compared with the big boys.
He sent me a link to Purdue University’s website. On their website is a page showing the corporate partners for the Industrial Advisory Board. Sandwiched in between the Ford logo and Honeywell logo you’ll see the All American Dynamics logo.
Not only is it impressive to see the logo you designed with these big names, but is also impressive to see someone you know on such a board. Very cool, Steve!
This is a photo from Michael Paul Smith’s photo set on Flickr. What’s impressive about this photo is that the cars and the buildings are models. He takes these amazing photos of car models without the help of Photoshop. He says he uses the oldest trick in the special effects book and that is to line up the model with an appropriate background.