Thursday, June 18, 2009

My Creative Space..

My creative space today has been a mix of disappointing photo emulsion attempts... not enough sun or patience... I'm trying to make some screens up but I'm not having much luck today.

Hopefully Millicent will appear on fabric some time soon, and hopefully the rain and greyness will leave me alone!

And I've finally forced myself back into opening Fireworks, and I will soon open Dreamweaver and HTML up my website, which I've been really, really, really (really) lazy about... I've changed the design about a gazillion times, but I'm happy with this one:

new web stuff

Nothing too exciting going on, other than embroidery and bingeing on hours and hours of Mad Men. I love it. I love Peggy and I love Don. And I hate Pete!

Check out more creative spaces @ and via Kootoyoo. I love the little doll that Nan @ rummage has made, it's very sweet!



Kirsty said...

The web weavery looks wonderful. Shame about the sun.

megsie said...

what a sweet image, hope the sun shines for you soon!

M* (Melanie) said...

Millicent is gorgeous Bec! I hope you have better luck soon. Sherrin at Starashan is having the same type of problems by the sounds of things

Cindy said...

Oh no - keep up with the fabric printing though as she is just so lovely! Your creations always bring a smile to my face

Gina said...

You're talented in the graphics department. I can only admire your web skills from afar... hope you can get back to screen printing soon.

Rebecca said...

Thanks guys!
When the sun happens for me (not today unfortunately), I think I might make a tutorial about how to use photo emulsion for screen printing, because it took Joe and I so long to get our heads around the whole thing. It's simple when you know how, and when the weather obeys, but there isn't all that much info out there... not even from the company or the people at the art store!


ArtMind said...

I love round shapes so no need to say that I love the webdesign! ;)

Alison said...

Nice design for your website, Also a tutorial on how to use emulsion for screen printing would be fab, I would love to have a play with that.

Sherrin said...

I hope the sun comes back for you! Your design would look great printed up. I've only tried sun exposing once... I think I coated it too thickly then too. I think over summer I'll have to give sun exposure another go. You've inspired me to try again. :o)