The team can be found at scads of places on the web. MySpace, Facebook, Ning, Twitter, Blogspot... wherever you are, I'll bet there's a team member too. I will tell you more places to see Etsy Dark Team members and art very soon. Click on my draft business card to see some of our listings:
I'm still trying to become competent in Photoshop. Pea will answer any questions I have, but most of what I do is by accident. Let's see... wonder what this will do? In other words, I don't know what questions to ask. I still try to do everything the hard way, even though I know that there must be an easier way.
I am working on some little paper girls. Bats included, as well as a punky little catgirl, a cicadagirl, and a devilgirl. And witchies (=very small witches)! I plan to put a few in the SugarCain Etsy shop this week and finish others this coming weekend. They are multi-purpose girls; they can be used for whatever you can think of: scrapbooks, framing, broaches, bookmarks, gifts, tags, cards... You could even make accessories for them and give them for a gift. Because they are made of layers of paper and sealed with varnish, they are actually surprisingly sturdy. They look particularly cute standing up against a stack of books or tucked in the frame of a mirror. I'm trying to decide whether to put a little loop for hanging on some of them, but I'm thinking they'll look a little too much like car air-fresheners.
The one on the top left I call Charlotte. I am completely enamored of her. She's my mascot.
P.S. Oh... and I finally found Heather. She wasn't lost. It was one of those email things. Her package is on its way to her first thing tomorrow, thanks to Exley, who offered to drop it off.