After the show in Dayton (which was pretty damn fun) a couple of things have been going on. The first is that I was pointed in the direction of a site called Nuvango. Essentially what they do is sell merchandise (fine art prints, iphone skins, laptop skins, etc. etc.) decorated with the work of artists who put their work up on the site. Artists get a cut of sales and have a way to get the word on their work out. I was mentioning before about how I wanted to somehow get some work printed, mostly the fractal work, and I think I might explore this as an option.
If you're interested, visit my Nuvango site at http://nuvango.com/stephenckrooney
If there's any work up here on the site that you want to see at Nuvango, let me know. I'm also exploring some more traditional printing options at the moment. More to come on that.
The second is Science, woooooo. I said before I wanted to start a science section, and I did, but there's no content in it currently. I have a few things that will probably make it in in the near future, which I hope everyone likes, but that's besides the point. I'm going to be shifting gears a little bit and focusing hard on learning some math and science tools that I want to become familiar with for future work (both in art and science). As such, I'll wont be making much in terms of art for a while, other than some quick fractals here and there. I plan on figuring out how I can share what I'm learning in an informal, fun, and educational way. There's an addage, or something, about how only masters grasp their subjects so well that they can make it digestible, even for children. I suppose I'll use that as a metric for how much I'm actually learning.
Minor other things are bubbling, but I'll wait on those till the time is right.