Prints for sale at: society6.com/bethanyng
view my portfolio at: bethanyng.com
One of my Dog A Day Portraits will be featured in this book, 1000 Dog Portraits. You can buy it here if you love art and dogs:
Also available on Amazon.
Coordinating the Kickstarter has been more complicated than I had expected. My god buddy Boaz, who is my video guy, has been super busy. I know the holidays are coming up, and some of you want to buy prints for gifts, or even for yourself. So I may be releasing the full poster in my Society 6 shop so you will be able to buy it. Stay tuned.
Plans have been set into motion and we will be filming the Kickstarter video next week. We have some more things to plan out, but just be on the look out for that to launch in a few weeks. Thanks again for all of the reblogs, likes and follows!
Basic dog judging criteria
It’s coming together!
dreams-made-of-glass said: Your blog is wonderful, I miss seeing your posts! Hope you'll be able to publish your book soon, I'd love to buy it! (: Keep on drawing, you have amazing abilities!
Thank you so much! That means a lot to me. I am still working on getting a Kickstarter video together so that I can release the big poster and raise funding for the book. I really appreciate your note, thanks for following!
I am figuring out the math and logistics currently, but am planning on selling this poster through a Kickstarter. While Society 6 has been working well for other poster sales, I want to be sure after a year and a half of work that the posters are the best quality possible. They will be printed locally here in Portland and will be very nice.
Because they are going to be printed I will need to have at least 50 printed. And that is expensive. So that’s where Kickstarter comes in! I will post when the site goes live and when you can check it out yourself and get your poster, and other surprises I have in store. I’m really looking forward to it and I hope you are too!
A sneak peek of the layout for the final poster. I’m really excited about this one. It took me a while to figure out a layout that would work, after all there are over 180 dogs that need to be displayed. I wanted the design to be functional, but look different than just a grid. I think the solution I found is going to do just that.