Posted: Thursday,9th January, 2020 Filed under: red bubble | Tags: art, bag, chair, clock, custom, design, environment, exercise clothes, fun, gift, nature, original, portfolio, present, print, print on demand, printing, profile, redbubble, screenshot, society 6, store, tshirt, website, yoga mat
I have just set up an account with Society 6. Well, actually, I made the account quite a few years ago but spent more time adding to Redbubble.
Making designs or patterns is a fun way for me to be creative and learn more tricks using the software I use daily. It is a nice way to blow off some steam so to speak. There is something very freeing about turning an idea I have in my head into something that can outside of myself. Creation. So when sites like Redbubble and Society 6 will do print on demand it makes sense to sell on these services.
There is something so very satisfying about seeing a design that I created mocked up on different items. I am used to seeing shirts, prints and I have been making custom clock faces. But Society6 has some other items I am not used to seeing like chairs, furniture, picnic rugs and yoga mats. Many gift ideas here.
Check out full store: https://society6.com/lakazdi
Posted: Tuesday,17th December, 2013 Filed under: website | Tags: blog, sharing dinner, website, wordpress
sharingdinner.wordpress.com running the Hatch Theme
I have another blog which is about food. Of course, don’t we all.
About Sharing Dinner
Simple easy wholesome recipes from two people who make and eat simple easy wholesome food. We do not want to spend more time cooking then we do eating. We eat mostly seasonal vegetarian food.
Posted: Friday,6th January, 2012 Filed under: festival, moving image, website | Tags: 2012, 640X480, amphi, amphitheatre, candles, closing ceremony, conversion, festival, Fire Event, fireworks, hand held, lanterns, moving image, night, nikon, nikon coolpix, Nikon P5100, P5100, point and shoot, QFF, Queensland, stage, top of the hill, tube channel, video, video camera, viewpoint, website, WFF, woodford, Woodford Folk Festival, www youtube, you tube
I set up a you tube channel (kassandramovingimage) to start uploading media that is moving image hence the name of the channel. I have opted for the expression moving image for those times when the media is not technically a video.
The first ever moving image that I have uploaded to you tube is from the Woodford Folk Festival Fire Event. As the description says I took this video because it is a very unique viewpoint as the 80-180k or so people watching are sitting up on top of the hill where they cannot actually see the stage or performers but they can see pretty lights, feel the atmosphere and watch the fireworks or the fire (2011/12 there was no actual fire at the fire event).
Video taken on Nikon P5100 640x480px
1 January 2012
Posted: Thursday,5th January, 2012 Filed under: photography, website | Tags: autofocus theme, blog, Kassandra, kassandraphotography, new, photographs, website, wordpress
I have just started a new blog that will showcase just photography: kassandraphotography.wordpress.com.
the homepage of my new photography blog
I am so glad that after I post the image I can go in and edit when the post was added to that the dates match when the photographs were taken. 🙂
Posted: Thursday,5th January, 2012 Filed under: photography | Tags: ANZAC Square, Brisbane, camping, dslr, link, long exposure, night, Nikon D60, Occupy Brisbane, Occupy Wall Street, photography, protest, web images, website
Photograph as posted on Occupy Brisbane website
Link to Occupy Brisbane photo gallery
When you are at an occupy site at night with your DSLR you take photographs!
Nikon D60: 1/3 Sec, 18mm, ISO 1600
Posted: Thursday,2nd June, 2011 Filed under: MiSC, typography | Tags: black, brushed, creating, dreamweaver, illustrator, links, organising, original, programs, project, screenshot, to-do list, typography, university, update, wall paper, website, white
From my Archive: 2007
When I was studying at university there was a to-do list that went on forever. Since I was studying computer-based art and design I have some useful skills up my sleeve and I spent heaps of time on my computer. It made sense to have a digital to-do list. I managed to “dig up” a few of these website wallpapers I made to combat the list:
website wallpaper example
website wallpaper example 2
These website wallpapers comprised of:
- whatever image I was fascinated with for the week or I made my own to fascinate myself for the next week
- links to programs most often used
- links to exact files stored on my hard drive (saved so much time)
- step by step to-do list for every class
- whichever typeface fascinated me the most at the time (the two examples I found use Brushed)
I updated these every other day to cross out things and made a whole new one most weekends. Sometimes I started with a table for each day sometimes it was grouped into classes.
These website wall papers were a great way to continue developing my HTML website making skill set and by using Window’s active desktop setting I made something that was easier to navigate then my operating system.