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Fabulous new painting...... [Jul. 22nd, 2006|08:08 pm]
Jasmine Becket-Griffith
I have a fabulous new painting!

I spent a lot of time on this one, and it really shows - I wish I could show it off in person - it is sooo pretty.... click below to see her:

"Princess of the Red Dragons" ORIGINAL PAINTING



Next up are the ACEO cards! To jump straight to my ACEO store and see them all together, click below:

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OF JASMINE'S ACEO CARDS!

Or to see them individually:

Peering Out ACEO

Mandrake ACEO

Antlers and Oak Leaves ACEO

Little Faery Friends ACEO

An Octopus Friend ACEO

Bird Skull ACEO

Lovely Violet Eyes ACEO

Red Eyes Glimmering ACEO

Lots of good ones in there!

I am so worn out. I might take the rest of the evening off and just do a lot of extra work tomorrow. Hope everybody is having a good weekend - enjoy the new artwork! Let me know if you like the new painting, hehe - don't be shy to comment =)
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-07-31 10:59 pm (UTC)

Large Format

Hi Jasmine, just a quick not to gush about your latest and greatest, "Princess of the Red Dragons". Your style is changing and just taking off, more and more ethereal. Fabulous! I have one of your earlier works "Labyrith Fairy" whom I love. I have a question I hope you can answer. I am a fellow artist and cannot find an inexpensive way to scan paintings larger than 9" x 12". Do I need to just buy one of those two thousand dollar large format scanners? Or is there another way to do it cheaply? Thanks so much :) - Bronwen
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[User Picture]From: jasminetoad
2006-07-31 11:09 pm (UTC)

Re: Large Format

Hi Bronwen!

Happy to help!

I just have an $80 8.5x11 regular scanner - it's about 5 years old. You can get them even cheaper now I'm sure!

So many people have asked me how I scan 36"x48" (or larger) paintings with a little 8.5x11 scanner so I have written down my technique and posted it here:

http://www.strangeling.com/scanningbig.html

No need to buy anything bigger than a standard size - anything bigger than that is just too expensive! My technique is kind of time consuming, but after a little practice it will become second nature and will make for a perfect scan to make prints, books, etc. from =)
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