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Pop Pythons Collection Release

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Exciting news! After months of research, hard work, late nights, & eleventh hour frustrations, my new product line Pop Pythons is launching today! April 28th, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern time, to be specific! This set of eight prints is available on my Etsy store, RainyCrazePrints.etsy.com. They originate from a larger collection of inked drawings focusing on ball python morphs, which I did for Inktober 2017; they have been digitized & colored especially for this release. The Pop Pythons collection is limited edition, so when they are gone, they’re gone! My portfolio site, this one, isn’t turning into an ecommerce … Continued

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Changing Directions for RainyCraze

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Hi, all! I’m taking RainyCraze in a new direction, so expect the website to change around by the end of the year. Truly a launch habit for me by now. Currently, RainyCraze.com is set up as a portfolio site so I could apply to graphic design jobs, with the thought of freelancing design services on the side. After getting a print production/mockup artist role last year [& being pretty good at it, if I do say so myself], I’ve gotten to know myself better & what I really find fulfilling in the design field. Examining all my previous experiences in … Continued

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Website!

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Finally, RainyCraze.com’s new website design is done! And on the anniversary of its first iteration, no less. There may be tweaking behind the scenes, but the important part is getting it going. That’s applicable to more in life than just websites, really. The redesign was quite the process, but more on that later. From here it’s about cleaning up the backend & keeping up the content, with some emphasis on writing exercise. But why not wait until it’s perfect, then release? Because perfection is a myth; excellence is the goal. That’s the real lesson. So here’s to a Merry Christmas, … Continued