Gain more EXPOSURE and have some FUN, showcasing what your artwork looks like on the great products.
Limited to one post and up to 2 images per post, per person, per day.
You will be copying 2 links and pasting them into some code. Unfortunately, adding code into this thread isn't possible, so I've have to add spaces to show you. You will need to take out the spaces so it looks like the code at the top of the image.
Here is the code
< a h r e f = ' link to product page here ' > < i m g s r c = " image address here " title=‘ your title here '> < / a >
1. Go to the page of the product you wish to show eg. cushion, tote bag.
2. Copy the 'url' at the top of the page and paste it into this piece of the code ( href='link to the product page here'>). Make sure you paste it between the ' '.
3. Right click on the product image and click on 'copy image address' or 'copy image location' depending on your browser and paste it into this piece of the code (src='image address here'). Make sure you paste it between the ' '.
That's it. Now copy the code and paste it into the forum thread. This should provide the product image which will link into the products page.
1. Copy the code into an open document and then paste both links. You might want to save that document for easy reference next time.
2. Adding a title to the code helps for search engine purposes.
If you are experiencing problems getting this to work, please contact me direct and I'll do my best to assist. That way it keeps the feed full of lovely imagery and not technicalities.
To assist more with exposure it is always great to like/comment/favour those images you love.
What's black and white and ridden all over? A carousel zebra, of course!
This started out as a very colorful digital image, but after a conversion to a toned black and white with a little added grain, it has a decidedly classic, antique feel. That's appropriate because these fixed platform carousels, or merry-go-rounds, date all the way back to the mid-19th century.
I certainly have happy memories of riding on one of these as a child. And, regardless of your age, I'm guessing that you do, too. Carousels are one of those rare things that link all ages together. If you don't believe me, just visit one!
To see all the products and options available for "Carousel Zebra," just click one of the images below.
I started creating black and white line art after RBG passed away. I did not anticipate art buyers loving them this much. They are whimsical designs I created thinking about RBG and how far women have come.
"Flamenco" by Caitlyn Grasso.
When I see these rich red ruffled petals, they remind me of a flamenco dancer's skirt.Hard to believe that this is a simple hollyhock captured in the garden in natural light.