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  1. Kelly says:

    The best I can tell, this is all positive. (there are a few words here and there I’m having trouble deciphering) Seems like last go-round you got some “constructive criticism” from someone. 😉

    I got tickled at the comment where they decided they couldn’t spell “especially”, so switched to a different word. 🙂

    • Vincent says:

      Yep, that’s the attitude that had us destroy the British Empire :-D. ‘E’ or ‘I’, ah never mind we’ll go our own way.

      Hmm, last time someone wanted a variety. But I’m rather surprised there wasn’t at least one. These really are quite positive.
      One thing I’ve noticed is that people need something that says ‘Comment’ for them to do so. And the act of turning the page can sometimes be a bit daunting for some.

  2. Sage says:

    More good comments!

    • Vincent says:

      Ta. The only thing that could make it better is if one were stolen. 🙂

  3. Ed says:

    Rave reviews! Congratulations.

  4. Kimberly says:

    Those are fun to read! I especially like Caitlyn Greene’s comment…they made her think! That’s a good thing. 🙂
    Yes, very positive one and all. I bet that’s a nice feeling. I’m glad it’s going well.

    • Vincent says:

      Yes, that making someone think is part of the goal isn’t it. Or allowing someone use their imagination where my work is the catalyst might be a better way to put it.

      Yes I’m quite pleased. Now since I’ve made them I must find other spaces to hang them. You know when I think about them in my minds eye I’m convinced I should’ve gone a size bigger. But when I see them hanging I think no, that actually works.

      • Kimberly says:

        Would you ever get them in a store and try selling them?
        After awhile, you’ll need to build some new walls just to hang everything.

        • Vincent says:

          Yes, absolutely. That’s the goal. I’ve been doing a Facebook marketing course and getting acredited by as many professional bodies as I can find here and in the UK. I’ll have to include the UK for initially at least I won’t have the market here.
          I was looking into the Workshops for photography and that seems to be a good income stream too. I’m going to ask the society for advise this very day about pitfalls.

          • Kimberly says:

            That’s very exciting! It’s a lot of work to get an art’s endeavor off the ground, but I’d imagine also kind of fun. Good luck with your inquiries today.

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