Hopes Dreams & Kickstarter

One thing I discovered when launching my first campaign on Kickstarter, is that as a project creator, you become immersed in a 24/7 all consuming adventure! My semi-regular blog posts pale when compared to the amount of time and work involved in running a campaign. Kickstarter is an amazing roller-coaster of nerves, excitement, gratitude and sheer anticipation – along with the huge reward of meeting so many wonderful people.

VIZAĜO’s queens frolicking around a whimsical teapot

Image Gallery

I put together a gallery with images from VIZAĜO artwork, cards and tuck box, to show an overview of what this colourful deck is about. I hope you enjoy:

The Goal in Sight

When I paint (on canvas),  I can complete the work without relying on external manufacturing or processes. Any manufacturing is generally done before I start the painting (paints in tubes, pre-stretched canvas, brushes bound and ready to go, bottled thinners & thickeners…) From the moment the canvas is on the easel, the process becomes all about the painting itself

A deck of cards on the other hand, is different … While the process of creating the artwork has many similarities, the deck itself isn’t complete until it has been printed – the point when all the characters and elements come together the way they were meant to be :)

Drawings for VIZAĜO

At almost 60% funded, I am hoping with all my heart to get across the line and be in a position to print the project that’s been my creative soul since July last year. A girl’s got to dream – besides, I know they will look great printed :)

I’d be thrilled if you spread the word to anyone you think might enjoy this colourful deck of cards!

Thank you for visiting and all the best,

Annette :)

 

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2 comments on “Hopes Dreams & Kickstarter

  1. Diane

    You have been doing an amazing job, Annette – both with the launch and with the cards themselves. I agree with you: the cards are going to look absolutely fantastic when they become a physical reality (which they will).

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