I have to admit I have not been able to paint for months, even with doctors orders to stay home most of December the pain has shot my energy and the pills have shot my mind. I have not been able to paint a damn thing.
This is how I feel.
I'm happy to have painted but the lettering screams do over!
It's time to build a .ca, I have been getting lots of traffic from the USA, China, as well as Europe. The logs do not lie, I have been going over the logs a lot in the last couple months and if you are reading this what are your thoughts on the subject of local dot.coms.
In my effort to attract more Canadian customers, I will setup a .ca and hope it will get more traction with Google and fellow Canadians, focusing on my local municipality.
I have not been working hard enough for my reads, I painted a sign over the weekend, installed it and do not have one picture of this new hand painted sign to show off.
I'm sorry and will work harder to get you pictures and maybe a video here and there for you to see.
I did however do some maintenance on my brushes, its a tip I got from Alan Johnson.
In a metal brownie tray, pour some thinner (mineral spirits) in the bottom, place your brushes in the tray and let the soak. All the paint will work out and leave them nice and clean for the next time you use them.
PS. some chemicals can be harmful to real hair brushes so please, do your home work.