Many of you have been awaiting the release of the Solstice Texture collection that was originally due out — yep, around the time of the Solstice in July. Here's what happened. I realized in the final days before release of Solstice that I had way too many textures for one collection. I instead released Tableaux, (50 painted canvas textures) which had originally been a part of Solstice.
I thought I would soon follow with the remaining pastels and watercolors and call that Solstice, but production on these have taken much, much more time than anticipated. (Read the previous post on the Watercolor Spot Textures.)
Now that we have passed the Equinox, I think I will save the name Solstice for next July. (Possibly December — we'll see—I envisioned summer colors with this name.) So the Solstice name is being put on hold, but the textures themselves are still in progress.
I've been in a very intensive production phase and developing a lot of new techniques. I've spent the last few days gathering these little doggies up starting on final production phase. I'm going away for a few days and when I get back I'll start releasing collections.
- Watercolor Spot textures
- Watercolor textures
- Watercolor Overlays & Brushes
- Pastel textures
- Fine art textures
- More painted canvas textures
A few upcoming textures:
I think a lot of these below will be excellent for Fall colors, so I'm thinking of a Fall name for one of the collections.
October 04, 2012
I love what you are doing, it is very addicting working with these textures. once you come here there is never a need to go anywhere else.