Well after a lots of fiddling with images and pages the shop is all sparkly and new!
Rather than have a separate website and shop I’ve integrated them all into the one site so hopefully it makes much more sense and is easier to navigate. At the moment I only have my cards and notebooks available to buy as I am re photographing all of my prints so you can get a better idea of what they would look like framed up and on your wall.
At the moment the address is http://longshotpress.bigcartel.com but I am in the middle of changing it so it will be the old longshotpress.co.uk name. I’ll let you know when I get it change over but in the mean time you can visit the new site here.
On top of all the visual changes postage to the United Kingdom is now COMPLETELY FREE! So there’s no excuse not to buy that card you’ve had your eye on! *For those in the rest of the world postage rates are still very reasonable!*
Oh and I’ve added lots of fancy social networking buttons as well so if you want to like, tweet or pin me, be my guest!
Another new website….
Don’t worry, I haven’t gone mad and made myself a third website! I spent this morning helping my sister put together a new site. She is a very talented painter and printmaker and definitely worth checking out!
Here are some pics of the new site….
and also twitter… she’s pretty new to twitter (2 followers at last count) so do say hello!
Catch up part two….
I’ve been working on lost of different things recently one of which was making myself a new website. I’ll still have the main longshot press website but I decided I should have a site for my more fine art work as the longshot site is more illustration and design related. So I’ve now got emmamajury.co.uk as well. Its still very much a work in progress but here are a few peeks at what its like so far…
I’m also going to add a page with images from my sketchbooks but I haven’t quite got round to finishing that bit!
Here are some of my sketchbook pages that I’m going to include….
I made the drawing above into a drypoint print which was exhibited as part of the Arts Society of Ulster annual exhibition which is just over.
The drawing above is part of a series I am currently working on, I’m in the process of creating a book of polyester plate lithographs of ten drawings of timetables from the Ulster Folk and Transport Museums archives.
Here are some shots of my very messy printing session….
inkiest sponge ever!
a half inked up plate.
Finally I leave you with a photo of some very tasty biscuits I made at the weekend, thanks for reading these two rambling posts, go and have a cup of tea - you definitely deserve it!