The rainfrog gathering thoughts in the river in a -5F breeze, to write a book about winter swimming.
The rainfrog really needs to read if the plague ended already, but can’t see over the paywall and there is no known way around it.
The Christmas is done, let’s do spring now.
Sometimes you forget, but despite the cute bally appearance, the rainfrog is a frog of prey.
A problem I’ve been wondering about is how to display art and giclee prints on a photo backdrop, and how to create a light box. There are so simple answers for most of the things, but I always circle back to them. After thinking about building this and that, I figured it would be most creative to just draw it. So I’ve been spending time painting the backdrop and also using some old paintings, and here are the first trials.
I experimented with a recent 8x12in ink painting.
Experimenting with more colours, this is a lovely shade of yellow ochre, one of my favorites for sure. I added this into the original raven painting section: https://www.etsy.com/listing/912504127.
Was experimenting with colors a little bit, so todays raven came out orange-red. I uploaded them into the shop also. https://www.etsy.com/shop/5erg.
The latest ink painting, on canvas, original available on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/895386892.
The rainfrogs are finding a whole couple of moments to enjoy.
The rainfrogs enjoying quality time spent together.