I’ve had a post-it note on my computer for months: Add Kitchen and Bath photos to the Product Mock-Up Magic mix.

Of course there were many other things I needed to do and just wasn’t getting to it.  SO…I got smarter and had the photographer who taught me how to do the original photos join in the fun.

Finding time at a premium, I decided to “Divide (the work). Conquer (the project). Share the Wealth!” (With Bruce, who gets a % of sales) That way I could get the new products out and still keep up with my art – pretty smart, huh?

I also took outsourcing to a new level.  With the first product I was too nervous to use a fulfillment company – I felt the need to control, touch and handle every disk.  I’m so over that now!  After buying padded envelopes, addressing them, getting stamps and running to the mail box on a regular basis, I’m VERY COMFORTABLE with outsourcing the whole thing.

I found a great source that will create, store and ship the products, I can sit back and focus on my work. YEAH!  This is a little off topic but I want you to know that even though I say “outsource” I know how hard it can be!

SO… back to the topic at hand.  The latest addition to the ArtLicensingInfo.com product line is two-fold:  The Kitchen & Bath addition includes 43 new photos. It is ideal for the artist who already has the Original Product Mock-Up Magic. If you don’t, you can get everything in one fell swoop by purchasing the Deluxe Edition.

In case you skipped this part before, it is important to know that the tutorials focus on placing repeat patterns and borders on the product photos but you can use the same concepts for more illustrative art as well. If you don’t know how to create repeat borders & patterns and save the patterns to the pre-set manager in Photoshop, I highly recommend you consider working through the Repeat Pattern eBooks before buying this product.

Here’s a little video preview – you will also find it on the web page with all the details – www.ArtLicensingInfo.com/mockup.html

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Here’s to your creative success!

– Tara Reed