Customizable Greeting Cards available on my Zazzle Store
I have a variety of colorful greeting cards available in my Zazzle store! The great thing about these greeting cards is that they are 100% customizable! You can purchase them as is (blank inside) or you can customize them to fit your needs! All four of the surfaces (front, inside left, inside right, and back) are 100% customizable. All you have to do is click the Customize It button on the product page!
You have the option to change the background color inside the card as well as on the back. Many of the cards have a color on the inside, but you can change that, even to white if you like! You can add text anywhere you want! The text size and font can be changed as well as the font color. You can add pictures too. You can really have fun with these cards, personalizing them or buying them as is and adding your own handwritten message in later. Surprise a friend or family member with a unique birthday card with a personalized message inside!
About: Zazzle was founded in 2005 by Robert Beaver and his two sons Jeff and Bobby Beaver. They are based in California, USA. It is the only POD store that offers 100% fully customizable products to the customer. This means the customer can add text and images to an existing product, or create their own unique customized product.
I have been busy adding my newest design, Celtic Horse, to several products on Zazzle. Here are a few below. For more products, please visit the collection here: Celtic Horse on Zazzle.
I have taken the plunge and decided to delete my Imagekind account. I doubt most of you have noticed. I have been a member of ImageKind for many years, and have made few sales (something like 3 sales in 5 years). I quit at one point and rejoined 2 years ago. In the past 2 years I have made a grand total of a single sale.
I feel like the effort to maintain the store is not worth it, especially considering how buggy the interface is, and the fact that they have not made any serious upgrades to their system since 2015. I only had a free gallery, and the premium galleries do come with priority placement in the search results, but to me it was not worth the $100 a year. I am sure very popular artists would do ok there, but I will never get any decent amount of sales there. Thus I have ended my account to focus on other more important things.
New artwork in the Fantasy folder: “Celtic Horse”. This is drawn with Conté à Paris pastel pencils on Ampersand pastelbord, 11″ x 14″. Basically drawn just for fun. I chose to use a a limited color palette, a blue monochrome color scheme. I layered different shades of blue and blended the edges together. I wanted the colors to blend together to give it a soft, dreamlike effect.
Available as an art print and on many more products in my online stores here: Zazzle, Society6, Redbubble and FineArtAmerica.
My newest drawing in my gallery is “Fire Wolf”. It is drawn with prismacolor colored pencils on black Strathmore paper, 9″ x 12″. It is a portrait of a wolf half lit by firelight and half lit by moonlight. It is a redraw of an older piece that was drawn in 2005, which I liked but needed an update with technique as well as anatomy and proportion.
It is currently for sale as an art print and more in my online stores here: Zazzle, Redbubble, Society6, and FineArtAmerica.
Hey everyone! I have not been doing a good job keeping up with updating the Blog whenever I add a new image. I have had a few new artworks in the past couple of months, and I will post them here for your viewing pleasure! You can also see these in my Gallery.
After a long hiatus, I have decided to start taking commissions. More information and a contact form can be found here: http://www.psychedeliczen.com/commission-information/.
I purposefully did not include a lot of information on that page because I wanted it to be as simple as possible. But I wanted to talk more about my commission process and my thoughts about it, so I have written them out in this blog.
I have selected images available for rights-managed commercial licenses purchase here: http://licensing.pixels.com/profiles/rebecca-wang.html
These licenses are for commercial use, mainly for advertising, publishing (books, magazines), promotional items (flyers, business cards), and packaging (labels, such as CD, product labels, etc).
If you would like to license an image for non-commercial or private use, please contact me.
Continuing in the series of artists that I look up to, this is part 3, about fantasy, psychedelic and abstract artists that I enjoy and whose art influences me on many levels. I hope you enjoy their art as well!