I have always loved mythological creatures, but I think too many YA paranormal books focus on four creatures: vampires, werewolves, angels and fairies. So with the help of my followers (really they did all the work, I just wrote down the books into categories), I have…
reblogging because oh my gosh johannes cabal, and the enchanted forest chronicles are on this list!
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I need to stop thinking about decisions before I even have my second trail. Decisions are for tomorrow night.
Now friends are over there is beer and soon fried chicken
Honestly I don’t know how much more I can take being thrown at me.
The Knitters Graph Paper Journal is finally here. It’s been a really fun project to work on. I conceived of it when I was getting inundated with printed out sheets of graph paper, flying everywhere and making me crazy! I like to keep notes on every project I do, and I like a little bit of order in my life. I also REALLY like cool sketchbooks and journals. This one’s all of those things, plus I got to design it. Cool, right?
I spent weeks working on the inside cover artwork, focusing on the big picture–what do knitters what–and then zeroing in, by hand, on every detail. All of that artwork you see was plotted out and designed in Adobe Illustrator and then hand drawn using a light table, then scanned and imported back into Adobe Illustrator. It was hours upon hours of labor. But well worth it, if I do say so myself.
Then, once the project was at the printer (we use 1984 Printing in Oakland), I focused on the social end of things, getting a Facebook page going and a website. The web design was another highly labor intensive undertaking. I know a little something about CSS and HTML, and I used Bootstrap which helped, but I’m no professional, so I just slogged through it. But I learned a few things in the end, like the ever growing importance of “responsive” design, jQuery, and a nifty jQuery based image slider (the one I used is called jsSlider).
So here it is, I present to you the KNITTERS GRAPH PAPER JOURNAL
Available online for $12.oo retail. BUY NOW
And, as a special web promotion, buy 3 for $30.oo. BUY NOW.
Someone buy me this please
oh my gosh i need this in my life. if anyone wanted to like randomly surprise me with one i would be happy forever and maybe knit you something or baked goods… you know… yummy things or squishy things… yeah.