It's me, I'm alive. I have decided that I am tired of paying Typepad to host my sorely neglected blog so I have started a free new blog which can be found by clicking here. I hope to see you all there. New things are happening...
Yes yes, I know, deadbeat blogger, I get it. Now stop harassing me. I have been doing stuff... illustrations, an album cover, commissions, watching waaay too much TV online in bed, just none of these activities are photo worthy at the moment. I did finally bribe my webmaster buddy Joel Kelly to put the final touches on the natashalawyer.com overhaul of 2009. Yesss. I'm pretty jazzed about it. A few screen shots courtesy of Oliver...
The splash page...
and main page. Unfortunately, due to me being a deadbeat, not a lot happens when you go to the 'buy stuff' section. I have had an empty Etsy Shop waiting for me to fill it for about three years now. Agh. I need to get motivated.
And the other stuff section which is not new but looks so much nicer alongside the new banner, continuity my friends. I have been in love with that little bird man on the new header ever since I made him in a collage a few years ago and I am happy to have him as a permanent fixture on the site.
Oh, and I have been sketch-booking, I just need to get my act together and scan some pages in.
Lately I've become a little obsessed with the idea of only wearing dresses this summer. To that end I purchased another one a while back.
Cute right? I am really liking grey lately.
I love how lacy it is but It's a bit too short to wear without something under it. It looks weird with leggings though so I've been on the hunt for a slip. I have a good white one that I thought about using as a template to sew a grey one but my sewing skills are pretty terrible. So I took a look on the internet today and found one for 11 dollars including shipping. I don't even think I could sew one for that so I had to order it. It seems a bit odd to buy a slip off the internet but hey, it was cheap.
I am a 27 year old Artist, Illustrator & Teacher living in Seattle. This blog is my way of sharing what is going on in my little world of arting and crafting. Thanks for poking around and I would love it if you left a note or comment. It seems to validate my writing somehow, ha.